Project Management & Leadership

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Seminar Description:

Be the Project Manager that other companies want to work with by improving your management style. This comprehensive, 21 hour course will yield immediate and lasting results in new efficiencies, effectiveness and communications in all aspects of the project from pre-bid presentations through the final payment.

This course is perfect for those in their first five years of Project Management, transitioning from the field, current Project Coordinators or those looking to grow into this role in their companies.

Class is limited to 20 people.

Attendance, class participation, and completion of assignments are important. Each student will be expected to give a presentation as part of this course.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Enhance knowledge of the complete construction planning process
  • Refine scheduling, documentation and record-keeping techniques
  • Learn time management, delegation and negotiation skills
  • Manage project resources using quality control and ethical values

Topics of Understanding:

  • Roles and Responsibilities; Communications
  • Scheduling, Documentation, and Recordkeeping, Planning for a good project start
  • Managing Project Resources
  • Time Management, Delegation, and Negotiation
  • Accountability, Transparancy, Trust
  • Quality Control and Ethical Values

Dates:

Thursday March 5th 12 - 4PM
Friday March 6th 7:30 - 4PM
Friday March 13th 7:30 - 4PM
Price for members: $525
Non-members: $850
Full session days lunch is included.

 

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Instructor:

After serving in the USAF, Terry Boyer worked for 45 years in the electrical/ mechanical field; 25 of those years as a project manager. Terry is a highly successful project manager and has a great desire to pass his knowledge and experience on to the new generation of project managers. He has taught this course since the first time it was introduced in September 2004.