Course D: Develop your Charismatic Project Leadership


Forget about the project dream team – support new ways of working with an agile leadership style


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Course vision

Improving our project or program management is not just about more helpful tools, techniques or concepts – it is also about developing our strongest instrument to lead projects successfully – ourselves.

This is even more important when you lead an agile team which should work quite self organized with a high commitment for the common purpose. Agile teams decide and clarify conflicts on their own.

As a leader you need to be able to get along with VUCA situations of the environment and with the dicersity of your team, and you need to facilitate the processes of your team instead of directing the team.

To be able to do this you need vision, self-awareness and confidence in your team members, an open and appreciative attitude – in one word: it helps to have charisma.

This course will help you to develop your charismatic leadership style and provide new tools to lead also agile teams.

Training method

Our approach is rooted in ‘World Work’. World Work combines psychology and fresh interpretations of findings in modern physics to provide a surprising and very powerful new approach.

We use new kinds of exercises, which will help to work on the issues and anchor the insights deeply in the different areas of your brain (not only in the neo cortex) so that the resulting behaviour comes naturally without conscious effort.

The course includes plenary sessions as well as group sessions, following a process-oriented structure. You will work with your own context and challenges to leading project teams and solving conflicts.

Training objectives
As a participant you will learn to:

  1. Develop your unique capacities to lead
    and elaborate your personal charismatic leadership style.
  2. Develop and deepen an inner attitude
    which allows you to facilitate diverse discussions of your team.
  3. Lead with greater authenticity
    and increase self-confidence and confidence in team member.
  4. Inspire and support those around you
    to be powerful leaders and team members.
  5. Learn a new approach to facilitate difficult team processes
    and make conflicts more productive.

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Gertrud Kessler
Organizational Consulting