Leading Federal Government Project Managers helps you take a nimble approach to leading project managers, managing direct reports and managing the expectations of senior audiences. This course focuses on the senior-level leadership competency, as defined by the latest FAC-P/PM policy, and will take a deep dive into managing relationships, communication, conflict management, and diversity with an eye to building and maintaining a high-performance team. By the end of the course, participants will know how to strategically position the organization to take advantage of new opportunities by developing and improving products and services.
- Manage to a long-term organization view that fosters a shared vision and acts as a catalyst for change.
- Oversee the formulation of organizational objectives and priorities, and implement plans consistent with the long-term interests of the organization.
- Evaluate and remain current on local, national and international policies and trends that affect the organization and shape stakeholders’ views.
- Manage effective and timely stakeholder relationships that generate buy-in to the business and technical management approach to the program.
- Builds effective teams
- Builds networks
- Demonstrates self-awareness
- Drives engagement
- Drives results
- Ensures accountability
- Instills trust
- Interpersonal savvy
- Manages conflict
- Values differences
- Conflict management
- Innovation management
- Managing change
- Negotiating and resolving conflict
- Policy and trends interpretation
- Project resource planning and control
- Stakeholder expectation management
- Onsite instructor-led: 2 days - 16
- Virtual instructor-led: 2 days - 16
- Digital/E-learning: 2 days - 16