The Associated General Contractors of America’s Project Manager Development Program (PMDP) is designed for early-career project managers and those looking to move into such a role.
Professionals with less than two years of project-related experience in the commercial construction industry will benefit most from participating in this program. Experienced construction specialists who may be considering a career move into project management will also benefit by participating, as will individuals working in companies that have adopted a team-based management structure for their projects.
Module 5 | Leadership
Learn the difference between leading and managing, and understand the importance of communication in effective leadership. Develop techniques for motivating and negotiating solutions, as well as effectively managing change. Broaden your awareness of ethical standards and professional responsibilities.
Identify the difference between leading and managing
Describe the importance of communication in effective leadership
Use techniques for motivating team members and negotiating solutions
Explain ethical standards and professional responsibilities
Defend the importance of teamwork
Identify the basics of leadership tasks
Recognize the role of the human resource function in organizations
Identify coaching and mentoring opportunities
Describe the importance of marketing and leaving customers satisfied through successful project closeout
Explain how to effectively manage change
Describe how to achieve a healthy balance between work and family
Program Completion Certificate
Upon completion of each individual module, participants will receive a course certificate. Participants who complete all five courses need to submit a PMDP application to AGC of America in order receive the AGC PMDP Certificate of Completion. All who complete the full program will be honored at a GCA Membership Meeting where their commitment and accomplishment will be recognized by the industry.
$395 for GCA members
$495 for non-members
Registration fee includes Participant’s Manual and lunch.
Registration Deadline and Cancellation policy: February 1, 2019
Class space is limited and reserved on a first come, first served basis.
Please note!! Full refunds will be made for cancellations received prior to that date. After that date, no refunds will be granted. Replacements accepted.