OTSPM001 PROJECT MANAGEMENT INCLUDING USE OF MICROSOFT PROJECT - Management
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About the Event
Project Management including use of Microsoft Project (Ref:OTSPM001)
To develop the individuals’ leadership competencies so that goals will be achieved more efficiently, team morale will improve, productivity will be increased, problem solving and decision making enhanced and this will enable individual and the company to achieve business goals more efficiently.
The course explores your understanding of leadership and management while explaining aspects and techniques of the process. Leave the course with a more in depth knowledge base about styles, systems and practical techniques of effective leadership and management will enhance the role you play within your business.
It also aims to cover practical skills in performance management. The course will give you the opportunity to understand the nature and practice of good leadership in such a way as to make you a more effective leader, manager, colleague and team member for the benefit of the business.
A variety of training methods are used on the course, including discussion, self-diagnostic questionnaire, exercises, workshops and demonstrations.
Who Should Attend
Managers / Supervisors, who are currently responsible for teams departments and want to further their understanding, or personnel who are being developed for more responsibility.
All Attendees should have a manager / supervisor role or are being developed for this sort of position. Course Outcome
At the end of this course delegates a good understanding of Leadership / management, theory, methods and techniques and be able to apply them within the business.
Leadership and Management Course Outline
Introduction Leadership styles
Leadership/ management, differences and relationship. Appropriate versus Inappropriate Leadership Approaches Leaders /Managerial Responsibilities Initial (self-analysis of personal style) The Leader and change, effective Leadership
Leadership & Control - (The Practical Approach to Effective Leadership) : Leadership/Managerial Responsibilities
Establishing individual analysis, current personnel styles. Strategy, goals and objectives Communication
Class workshop exercises
Motivation, Delegation, Time management
Motivation and de-motivation Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction at work
Practical guide to motivation Communication re motivation Team building Achieve the goals
Structuring effective reporting and information systems
Effective application of IT into leadership/management The Management process, detailing, method & practical management tools. Analysis and evaluation
Introduction to delegation
Assessment of work Preparing to delegate
Introduction To Time Management Workshop
Planning tools / methods and technique
Task, Team and Individual Defining objectives
Gathering Information, analysis what needs to be done Planning tools methods and systems Consider options, resources, time scales, standards
How to decide Priorities Methods
Practical application of methods Decision Making techniques Problem solving techniques
Personnel assessment Recruitment and selection Interviewing
Evaluating Staff Performance
Appraisal Systems (Methods and Approach) Setting goals and performance SWOT analysis
Training needs analysis Training
Disciplinary matters Handling grievances Health and safety
Processing and control Financial information for the non accountant
Basic Concepts Basic techniques.
A cash flow statement for the reporting period Budget control and monitoring skills for the non-accountant. Efficiently reflect project changes to budgets, forward loads, resource forecasts Workshop : Demonstrations and exercises
Course review and Feedback