Leading Federal Government Projects II will present project/program managers with the best practices on leading federal projects, to help project/program managers manage and develop an integrated project team (IPT), improve communication, decision making and conflict management. This course focuses on the mid-level leadership competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model. Participants will discuss and apply interpersonal skills to both project team and stakeholders in the areas of effective feedback, fostering talent, and negotiating skillfully.
- Establish and train an integrated project team.
- Apply an effective communications approach to build networks and foster professional alliances.
- Demonstrate the ability to develop new insights and implement cutting edge plans.
- Identify and leverage internal and external factors that affect your organization’s work.
- 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
- Project resource planning and control
- Stakeholder expectation management
- Onsite instructor-led: 2 days - 16
- Virtual instructor-led: 2 days - 16