Find yourself immersed in the running of a large-scale project without the risks of real-life. Learn how to make those tough decisions alongside developing the skills to engage, influence and bring your team with you.
Major projects can take weeks, months, years - and lessons learnt are often only valid for the next project and not the one that is completed. Having the opportunity to ‘practise projects’ helps to accelerate the learning, reflection and consequent improved delivery for the next time.
The course is designed for:
- Project managers
- Programme managers
- Project team members
- Project team leaders
The course is typically run over two days or four x four virtual sessions. The simulation is played in four parts, with a de-brief and focus on strategy, allowing for re-planning in between. Teams of three people go through the simulation together, undertaking different roles and collaborating to achieve success.
- Techniques to lead your immediate team members and influence your wider stakeholders
- Valuable experience in team leadership and building consensus regarding decisions – both within the simulation and through your team
- Increase a leader’s confidence as feedback is provided to their team members and to themselves
- A best practice reference to ‘self-taught’ project managers
Techniques to lead your immediate team members and influence your wider stakeholders
26th and 27th March: London and Virtual Course
25th and 26th June: London and Virtual
1st and 2nd October: London and Virtual
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