Project Management

Leading From the Front

In the ever-growing modern world of project complexities, it’s not only important to look at different angles of a project, but it may be necessary for a leader to look beyond the priorities, urgency and deliverables to lead from the front and stand by the team. For an opportunity provided, how flexible can we be to display our strength, patience and persistence while the quality of services are still delivered? Today, the need of an hour could be the combination of choice of leadership styles or qualities to be able to own the issues and be accountable for what is theirs. Is this still relevant in the agile world, and how we can strike some balance between both?

Learning Outcomes:

  1. To review our project environment and opportunities for openness
  2. To review and understand the need of reconsidering the leadership styles
  3. To be able to empower the team and see the different results
  4. To see more positive environment
  5. To combine our strengths and flexibilities
  6. Some of the real time examples in general and leadership styles that have benefited others
  7. To build a better trust and value system in the team in a long run


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