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Project Manager : Project Manager Apr May 2014
OUTCOMES Be the leader To nd out more about the John Grill Centre for Project Leadership and its courses, contact Leona Spencer or visit the website. W: sydney.edu.au/john-grill-centre E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 02 9036 9704 For participants: • Develop invaluable leadership expertise to design and deliver major projects successfully • Enjoy coaching and mentoring from world-leading academics, project practitioners and industry peers • Apply the latest project leadership thinking through experiential learning with project site visits and case studies • Network with a broad range of senior international project experts • Convert the Executive Leadership in Major Projects (ELMP) program certifcate to a Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA) with additional study For organisations • Deliver major projects that generate strategic and fnancial value • Enrich long-term stakeholder relationships • Reduce risk of cost blowouts and delayed completion across the project portfolio • Realise instant benefts through participants working on projects within their own organisation • Retain those project professionals with the highest growth potential • Develop a new cadre of executive project leaders which has representation from Bechtel, BHP, Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Esso, GE Australia, Jacobs, Lend Lease, Telstra, Tiger Airways, UrbanGrowth, Westpac and Woodside. This will allow the most challenging concerns facing organisations and project leaders in Australia today to be addressed. The ELMP program participants will learn from the lessons of other major projects both nationally and internationally. Industry leaders and project experts will share their experiences as guest speakers, and walk through their challenges and the valuable lessons learned. A range of national and international case studies will be explored across each unit of study, examining issues particular to major project leadership. Coaching, mentoring and action plans Project practitioners will be assigned as coaches and mentors to participants throughout the duration of the year to ensure the lessons learned are put into practice for the participant’s projects. Action plans and personalised assessments will support the leadership transformation of project professionals into dynamic project leaders. At the beginning of the program, participants will take part in a customised leadership capability assessment with leading executive recruitment frm Korn Ferry. This will enable them to evaluate their leadership skills, competencies and gaps. The program itself will run for six weeks, with three face-to-face, two-week residential blocks, plus an in-organisation project. The program is run across a period of one year with a small group of 20 project peers to ensure collaborative learning. Applications for the Executive Leadership in Major Projects program are now open. Visit the John Grill Centre website to apply. W: sydney.edu.au/john-grill-centre
Project Manager Feb Mar 2014