Professional Development

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Roadmap to PM Leadership

Dates:March 17-31, 2014    Check for other dates
Meets:M from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location:Center for Innovation and Growth, Berea 113-114
Instructor:Lynda Carter
Rate:Registration Fee: $1299.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

If you are registering for someone else or a group, call us at 440-826-2253.

Course Description

This course meets for three Fridays, April 17, 24 and May 1, 2015.

Recent research into leadership behaviors of successful project and program managers provide a unique view of what drives success. So if you are: looking to refine your leadership skills, curious if your current behaviors will help you achieve success, seeking leadership tools to advance your skills

This course starts with individual personal assessments using PRADCO's Emotional Intelligence and Leadership assessments. You will be comparing your individual (confidential) results to recent global research conducted by Baldwin Wallace University, PRADCO and PMI's Leadership Community of Practice. The remainder of the course focuses on best practices to build your leadership skills in: emotional self-awareness, cultural awareness and assessment, strategic agility and leading change. This interactive learning experience includes guest speakers from industry that will provide additional insights on how to get a quick read of an organization's culture and build influence for driving change. Throughout the course, participants will build a personal leadership roadmap for advancement.

This course brings both the art and science together using self-assessment data from PRADCO's Emotional Intelligence/Leadership Indexes with practical tools and experiences from successful project leaders. 
The curriculum focuses on four of the most common success factors for project leaders: emotional self-awareness, cultural adaption and assessment, strategic agility, and change leadership. 
Learning Objectives: 
  • Discover benefits and strategies for developing a strong professional network
  • Apply techniques that can quickly assess organizational culture and decision-making processes
  • Evaluate projects to ensure strategic alignment
  • Adapt personal styles to accommodate different strategies and structures
  • Assess organizational readiness for implementing change
  • Build trust and define your sphere of influence
  • Create your leadership roadmap for advancement

Targe Audience: Designed for experienced project and program managers who are responsible for the delivery of projects that cross-functions within the organization



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