How to Develop (or Save) a Project Team
This online engineering PDH course describes the specific elements of organization, leadership, and human motivation that must be present to have a project workforce develop from a group of individuals assigned to a project to become a team working together for the common good. It provides a blueprint of how an effective project team is developed, maintained, and extended. It contains specific checklists of what to look for regarding organizational, management team leadership, and employee development issues. It also contains a diagnostic tool to help participants identify problems within existing teams that will help them apply a laser-like specific remedy instead of a "shotgun" approach that may do more harm than good.
This 4 PDH online course is intended for project engineers or members of a project management team who are currently members of project teams; those who will be starting project teams; or those called in to "save" a project that may be foundering.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Learn how to identify reasons why the project team is functioning well allowing them to reinforce specific elements and continue them
- Learn how to identify reasons why the project team may not be functioning well and address specific missing or improperly applied elements
- Learn how to develop a "blueprint" of the basic requirements for a high-performance project team that allows them to continually improve their teambuilding efforts by developing these elements as they move from project to project
- Learn how to select project team members
- Understand why "Hire for attitude, train for skill" would be a useful approach for a project
- Identify desirable traits in project team members
- Learn about the eight essentials for a high-performance project team
- Learn how to develop a project Code of Conduct and how to use it to influence the performance of the team
- Learn who actually controls where an employee will work within a possible range of motivation
- Understand how the motivational classic, The Hawthorne Effect, can be applied to a project today
- Receive a diagnostic survey that can accurately give you a "snapshot" of the team's current job satisfaction
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review the document titled, "How to develop (or Save) a Project Team".
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