Leadership and Negotiation skills are critical to the success of your business or project. Successful leaders must hone in and continuously develop their ability to lead and motivate their teams through the most challenging times.
This short course on Leadership and Negotiations aims to impact the effectiveness of leaders to achieve positive change and develop high-performing teams. Knowing the difference between management and leadership and how and when to switch between the two is more crucial than ever to creating the right culture.
Develop your leadership and negotiation styles and learn how to lead and negotiate with stakeholders more effectively, motivate people, foster diversity and manage conflict successfully.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Get the skills to become a master negotiator and an impactful leader to drive project success.
Highly effective leaders and negotiators are in demand because they are the change makers who can inspire and persuade people to guarantee successful results. This course will help you:
If you would like to learn more about leadership styles, read the article: 10 Leadership Styles and How to Identify Your Own.
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Unlike other organisations, which offer different training programs across many functional areas, the Institute is a specialist organisation dealing solely with the disciplines of project, program, and portfolio management.
Our graduates are instructed by a world-class faculty of international subject-matter experts ranging from Project Directors to former Heads of PM Certification Authorities. Focusing solely on project management guarantees exceptional instruction and learning opportunities.
IPM is uniquely partnered with the world’s leading project management certification bodies: IPMA (Member Association & Certification Body), PMI (Authorised Training Partner), and PRINCE2® (Accredited Training Organisation). We are the national body for IPMA in Ireland.
We have also partnered with Ireland’s second largest University, Technological University (TU) Dublin, meaning we can offer Bachelor & Master’s levels programmes. This affiliation links us to the European University of Technology (EUt+).
The course fees include the access to all course materials on the Student Hub, live expert-led virtual classes, recordings and unlimited support from our Student Support team.
There are no prerequisites to participate in this course. However, a fundamental knowledge of project management methodologies could be helpful.
This course is suitable for professionals with experience on a managerial role, emerging leaders and anyone who wishes to acquire or refine their leadership and negotiation skills regardless of their job title. Prior knowledge of project management approaches is not required.
The course runs for 2 days, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Yes, the content of this course is suitable for various industry sectors. We have students from different backgrounds – such as engineering, pharmaceuticals, design, construction, IT and many others – who completed the course successfully.
A recording of each online class will be available for playback in the Student Hub for a limited period of time, so you do not need to worry about missing a class.
This course curriculum is designed by industry-experts to help you develop practical leadership and negotiation competences that are so valuable to hiring managers. At the end of this training, you will have the tools to develop your leadership competence, and negotiate agreements with vendors, stakeholders, customers, and cross-functional representatives.
Successful completion of this course results in a Certification of Completion and 14 Professional Development Units (PDUs).
We offer the Project Leadership and Management Diploma part-time course. This part-time professional diploma on Leadership and Management offers a university-backed curriculum taught by 10 industry experts and three credentials to help you develop the ability to make effective decisions while engaging and empowering teams in different organisational cultures.