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Project Management: Techniques for Managing a Project Team

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Most Technology Training classes will be delivered online until further notice.

Before each sesson, Tech Training will provide a Zoom link for live online classes, along with any required class materials.

 


In this project management class, we will explore effective leadership strategies for managing a high-performing team, fostering individual and collective growth, motivation, and collaborative work.

Now that you have developed a high-performing team, being the leader is no easy task. You need to have certain characteristics, knowledge, experience and education to show that you not only deserve to manage that team but your leadership skills help the team members grow and develop individually as well as together. 

In this class we will discuss various ways you can manage the team to ensure all your team members are high producers, motivated, and work  collaboratively together.

Goal: 
To grow the project leader's skills and abilities to manage a high-performing team.

Objectives:

  • Understand high-performing team management styles.
  • Build the skill set to manage a high-performing team.
  • Learn daily, weekly and monthly management skills for high-performing teams.

Topics Include:

  • Defining high-performing teams.
  • Leadership versus management skills
  • Communication techniques
  • Building trust
  • Handling issues or conflict
  • Creating motivated high performers

Custom training workshops are available for this program

Technology training sessions structured around individual or group learning objectives. Learn more about custom training


University IT Technology Training sessions are available to a wide range of participants, including Stanford University staff, faculty, students, and employees of Stanford Hospitals & Clinics, such as Stanford Health Care, Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley, Stanford Medicine Partners, and Stanford Medicine Children's Health.

Additionally, some of these programs are open to interested individuals not affiliated with Stanford, allowing for broader community engagement and learning opportunities.