Leading Project Teams

 

Program language

This program will be conducted in German.

 

Who should attend

Project managers who have already attended our program Project Management Fundamentals or who acquired a corresponding basic project management knowledge and who have gained first experiences in leading a project team.

 

What you learn

In this program you will gain a better awareness of your own leadership style within your project and its influence on the behavior of your project team. You will be enabled to effectively lead your project team and expand your competencies in this regard. In addition, you will learn to exercise your project leadership role in a purposeful way based on trust, a good project culture and emotional intelligence.

 

How you learn

You will reflect on your own challenges in leadership situations in projects and evaluate your own leadership skills with the help of a self-assessment. Based on your personal DiSG® profile, you will learn more about your own and other personality types and can apply this knowledge specifically in projects. In addition to practical exercises, you will exchange ideas and experiences in buddy coaching and peer to peer reviews.

 

Your benefits

In future, you will

  • understand the situational leadership principle in projects
  • know and apply team development models
  • use helpful Change Management tools
  • actively create a good feedback culture within your project organization
  • strengthen communication in project team meetings and be able to facilitate them
  • know how to manage conflicts in project teams

 

Note: Since parts of the program will take place outside, please bring sturdy shoes and appropriate clothing.

 

How to register

Click here to register in we.learn - the thyssenkrupp learning platform.

 

 

 

Leading Project Teams

  • Duration

    2.5 days

  • Date & location

    November 10-12, 2021 - Mintrops Land Hotel, Essen, Germany

  • Investment

    1,400 € (plus travel and accommodation)

  • Participants

    12 participants