Leading Federal Government Projects (FPM 114)

Synopsis

Leading Federal Government Projects helps you understand the Project/Program Manager’s role within a federal agency and how it requires knowledge of the many facets of leadership. This course focuses on entry-level leadership competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model. 

Participants will review the difference between leadership and management, communication theory, conflict management, and organizational and personal accountability. By the end of the course, participants will be able to define the principles of ethics and values in the acquisition process and describe how the core ethical values are associated with the acquisition decision making process. 

Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) is a component within every project and by the end of the course, participants will know how to identify these opportunities to improve the agency’s processes and services. Finally, participants will reinforce the knowledge gained in this course and apply their skills to a series of exercises and case studies.

Credits

  • PDUs: 16 (See PDU tab)
  • CEUs: 1.6
  • CPEs: 19.0
  • Field of Study: Management Advisory Services

Credits may vary by delivery method

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