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Global Leadership Training Entry Course Spring 2014

Global Leadership Training Entry Course Spring 2014 

 日本語(Japanese)

 
PMI Japan Chapter is very proud of the announcement of the Global Leadership Training Entry Course Spring 2014 to be held for five days in next February and March.

It is no wonder that the business operations of corporations are global nowadays; therefore, the number of global programs and global projects keeps increasing. Given this backdrop, the need for leaders who can well manage global programs and global projects is a critical consideration because such highly performing leaders have been scarce until now.
 
The Global Leadership Training Entry Course Spring 2014 provides those who wish to take global leadership a great opportunity to learn important information, knowledge, and methods for handling global programs and global projects.

Course Overview 

Organizer PMI Japan Chapter
Title Global Leadership Training Entry Course Spring 2014
Date The following five days in  February and March of 2014 
 【Course A 】 February 5, 2014
 【Course B 】 February 6, 2014
 【Course C 】 February 7, 2014
 【Course D 】 March 6, 2014
 【Course E 】 March 7, 2014

 Each of the five courses consist of five different modules and one course will be completed in a day.
 Applicants can take any number of courses from one to five.
  Example:   Take three courses ( B,D, and E) or Take only one course (C),  etc.
Time Table Reception           9:00  –   9:30
Morning Session       9:30  – 12:30
Afternoon Session    13:30  – 17:30
Instructor Mark Beresford   MBA, PMP®, CBAP® (Please refer to "Instructor Profile")
Language All the courses will be conducted in English.
Target  ● Leaders or candidates who manage global projects or global programs
● The management or executives who are in charge of global business
Venue

Center Bldg.3F,3-15, Nihonbashi-Nakasu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 103-0008 Japan
 By subway (Hanzomon Line) : About  5 minutes walk from Suitengumae Station.

Access Map  PMI Japan Chapter
Capacity Twenty applicants will be accepted for each course in the order of application. (Any course may be cancelled when its number of applicants is less than six.)
Certificate ● Maximum 35 PDUs for PMP®
● Maximum 35 Contact Hours for PMP® Exam Application
● Maximum 35-hour ITC Practitioner Points for IT Coordinator

Course Description

 

Course No. A

Date

February 5, 2014
Title Global Leadership Competencies
Contents AM ■ Discussion: What is a global leader?
■ Self assessment (Global Competencies Assessment)
Questionnaire and debriefing
Global leadership model: Presentation and discussion
■ Roadmap to global leadership
Developing a personal roadmap
Discussion: Realistic next steps
PM Communication Across Cultures
■ Communication differences across cultures
High and low context communication
Strengths and weaknesses
Impact of communication differences on project success
■ Case Study: Communication Context in Project Environment
■ Discussion: Best Practices for cross-cultural communication
Logical structure for effective communication
Communicating to a foreign audience
Common expressions and phrases for logical communication

Role-play: Communication practice
Feedback and Lessons Learned

Day Review:
  Lessons Learned
  Personal Action Plans
Course No. B

Date

February 6, 2014
Title Management Communication
Contents AM ■ Management Communication Styles
Passive, assertive and aggressive
Strengths and weaknesses
Key phrases and expressions
■ Self Assessment: What’s my communication style?
Questionnaire and debriefing
Project leadership model: Presentation and discussion
■ Roadmap to global project leadership
Developing a personal roadmap
Discussion: Realistic next steps

Role-play 1: Management communication
  Feedback and Lessons Learned
PM Cross Cultural Awareness
Group discussion/presentations: local culture and values
■ Awareness of cultural differences
■ Cultural dimensions (Hofstede's model of culture)
Core values of other cultures
Impact of culture on project performance
Impact of culture on motivation and persuasion
Managing across cultures
How to talk about culture

Role-play 2: Management communication
  Feedback and Lessons Learned
Course No. C

Date

February 7, 2014
Title Project Negotiation
Contents AM Self Awareness – What’s my negotiation style?
Questionnaire and debriefing
 ● Strengths and weaknesses

Discussion:
■ Negotiation process
■ Negotiation Analysis: Reservation points, BATNAs, Targets.
■ Negotiation and Change control
Role-play 1: Negotiating a vendor/customer agreement
 Feedback and Lessons Learned
PM Conflict resolution
Discussion:
■ The role of logic and emotion in negotiations
■ Negotiating across cultures
■ Conflict resolution process
■ Motivation and persuasion
■ Key phrases and risky expressions

Case Study: Motivating a project team

Role-play 2: Negotiating a team member conflict
 Feedback and Lessons Learned
Course No. D

Date

March 6, 2014
Title Facilitation
Contents AM The Project Manager as meeting facilitator
■ Process and best practices
■ Core vocabulary
■ Tools and techniques

Group Practice: Project Initiation
 Feedback and Lessons Learned
PM Meeting facilitation across the project life-cycle
■ Visual tools and techniques
■ Types of meetings across the PLC

Group Practice: Project Planning
 Feedback and Lessons Learned

Group Practice: Project Risk Management
 Feedback and Lessons Learned

Group Practice: Problem Solving
 Feedback and Lessons Learned
Course No. E

Date

March 7, 2014
Title Team Building
Contents AM Project Leadership Assessment
■ Self-assessment (Questionnaire) on the key interpersonal skills required for project success:
 1.Encouraging Open Communication
 2.Inspiring a Positive Outlook
 3.Influencing Effectively
 4.Managing Conflict
 5.Developing the Team

■ Debriefing and action planning

Discussion: Impact of leadership on Project teams
■ Leadership styles and Follower Styles
■ Situational Leadership
■ Delegation as team development tool

Case Study: Selecting the appropriate leadership style
PM Teams Across the Project Life-cycle

Role-play 1: Work Package Delegation
 Feedback and Lessons Learned
High performing teams
■ The coaching leader and the learning environment
■ Providing guidance and feedback across the PLC

Role-play 2: Providing feedback to a team member
 Feedback and Lessons Learned

Series debrief and lessons learned

Participation Fee (including tax)

 
PMI Japan Chapter Member
(JPY)
Corporate Sponsor
 
(JPY)
PMP® Holder
 
 
(JPY)
PMI Member
 
 
(JPY)
Non-Member
 
 
(JPY)
Certificate 
Five days 185,000
200,000
195,000
210,000
215,000
230,000
205,000
220,000
275,000
280,000
35 PDUs
(35 hours)
Four days 158,000
162,000
166,000
170,000
182,000
186,000
174,000
178,000
232,000
236,000
28 PDUs
(28 hours)
Three days 119,000
122,000
125,000
128,000
137,000
140,000
131,000
134,000
175,000
178,000
21 PDUs
(21 hours)
Two days 80,000
82,000
84,000
 86,000
92,000
 94,000
88,000
90,000
117,000
 119,000
14 PDUs
(14 hours)
One day 41,000
42,000
43,000
44,000
47,000
 48,000
45,000
46,000
59,000
 60,000
7 PDUs
(7 hours)

► Early bird discount (indicated in red) will be applied only for those who complete a credit card settlement by 15:00 on January 10, 2014.

Instructor Profile

マーク・ベレスフォード.png Mark Beresford

MBA, PMP, CBAP
Mark Beresford, is the Managing Director of Innova Solutions, Inc., a project management and human capital consulting company based in Tokyo, Japan.
He has spent the past 13 years helping Japanese (and foreign) companies and project teams to successfully cross borders and cultures.
 More information

Application


Only the settlement with the following credit card companies to be accepted:
  VISA, MasterCard, JCB and American Express
 
           

Receipt

  • Please contact PMI Japan Chapter   if you need a receipt.  A receipt in PDF file format  will be e-mailed to you within two business days after the payment confirmed. 
  • Please also contact PMI Japan Chapter  for other requirements.

Cancellation Policy

  • No refund is available after your payment with a credit card is once settled.

Course Cancellation Policy

  1. PMI Japan Chapter may cancel any course owing to the circumstances as follows: 
    - Less than six applicants for each course;
    - Disordered public transportation; 
    - Extreme weather; 
    - Other unforeseen occurrence. 
  2. When canceling, PMI Japan Chapter will post a notice on its website or inform you of the cancellation by e-mail.  

Accordingly, refund (excluding bank charges) will be given to your bank account with notice. 

Issue of Certificate

  • A certificate for PDUs, Contact Hours for PMP® Exam Application, and/or  IT Coordinator Practitioner Points will be issued only if you submit PMI Japan Chapter the "Course Review Report" using the SurveyMonkey® system after you complete the course.
  • The URL for the SurveyMonkey® system will be e-mailed to you within five business days after the completion of the course.  
  • The relevant certificate in a PDF file will be e-mailed to you within five business days after the submission of the "Course Review Report."     

Contact


 Please e-mail to Global Leadership Training Entry Course