Projekt Practical Project Management, Managing

If you are interested in experiencing what it’s like to lead people through a project, this training will give you the opportunity to try and work with different theories of leadership.

There is a huge difference between being a project manager and a line manager since there is no staff responsibilities associated with the project manager role. As a project manager it´s fundamental to motivate and engage with the project team to achieve good results in the projects. Understanding how to cooperate with the team members and their line managers are a key to success.

Course objectives

This training will give you knowledge about group dynamics and how a project group develops through the process. Furthermore, you will gain knowledge about different leadership theories and also time to try them out in individual and group exercises.

Target audience

This training is suitable both for the those who already work or will work as project managers


No previous knowledge is needed.


You will receive a diploma after participation.

AN IPMA-registered course

The training is IPMA-registered and prepares you for Svenskt Projektforums IPMA certification. It is a good choice if you are interested in the opportunity to take the next step and validate your competence as a certificate for yourself and others. Through a certification, you as a project manager, program manager and portfolio manager get a head start on the labor market, an expanded network and a receipt for your competence that is internationally recognized. The certification supports skill development in all industries and in all types of projects.


Does your company have the need of a customized training. We are happy to set up and adjust according to your needs and wishes. Contact us for more information.



Typ Öppen
Längd 3 dagar
Ditt pris 21 900 kr exkl. moms
Klippkort Ja
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  • Working in groups or teams
  • Different leadership theories (Hertzberg, Mazlow, McGregor)
  • The leadership matrix
  • Situational based leadership
  • The leadership Modell
  • Motivation
  • Orientation
  • Delegate
  • Enthusiasm
  • To deliver
  • The qualities of a project manager
  • The Pygmalion Effect
  • The Johari Window
  • The need of communication
  • The decision-making process
  • NVC – Non-Violent Communication
  • Different types of conflict styles
  • Group dynamics
  • Rules regarding projects
  • Stress handling