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The Art of Project Management - The Critical Importance of Effective Leadership to Successful Project Management

The Art of Project Management is presented as a one- to three-day seminar. While the maximum benefit is achieved in the three-day seminar, there is no doubt that significant value is realized in all of the configurations. Additionally, should your company have some specific needs, this seminar can be adjusted to meet those needs directly.

This seminar was initially developed for Projacs Training and Development and has been PMI (Project Management Institute) certified by Solutions (a Projacs Company) as a significant part of their total project management certification program. Fregger also provides this seminar to corporations throughout the United States and Internationally.

This seminar is also offered as a talk for organizations and corporations interested in providing an overview of this critical subject to their people. All of the basic concepts are covered, in lecture and stories, in Brad's passionate and entertaining style.

1st Section (BASIC CONCEPTS)

  • THE LEARNING PROCESS
  • TEAM RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION 
  • MOTIVATING AND MANAGING HIGH-POTENTIAL TEAMS

2nd Section (EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION)

  • MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMMUNICATE3)
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF CURIOSITY
  • CONFLICT RESOLUTION & PROBLEM SOLVING
  • LEARNING THE SKILL OF CUE SENSITIVITY

3rd Section (LEADERSHIP VS MANAGEMENT)

  • LEADERSHIP VS MANAGEMENT
  • BUILDING EXCEPTIONAL TEAMS
  • SERVANT LEADERSHIP

4th Section (NEGOTIATION SKILLS)

  • THE EFFECTIVE NEGOTIATOR
  • NEGOTIATION STYLES
  • EFFECTIVE CONFLICT RESOLUTION

5th Section (ACHIEVING CREATIVE ENVIRONMENTS)

  • NATURE OF CREATIVITY
  • ACHIEVING CREATIVE ENVIRONMENTS
  • EMBRACING SURPRISES

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