Outstanding Leader Academy – Part 2

Outstanding Leader Academy – Part 2

Leadership is about building organizations and continuous development of people. The training is conducted based on proprietary teaching methods and participant projects. The training consists of 20% theory and 80% practice.

You effectively manage projects

You effectively manage projects and implement them successfully every time.

You collaborate well

You collaborate effectively in an environment where multiple projects are conducted simultaneously.

You manage stakeholders effectively

You manage stakeholders, project teams, and project communication effectively

You gain new tools

That will help you reduce turnover and increase employee engagement.


Completed training



20 years

Of experience


Module 1: Vision, Mission, Values, and Basics of Project Management
• Developing the role of the Top Manager as an expression of the company’s vision, mission,
and values in relationships with clients, teams, and superiors – What does responsibility
mean to me, and how does my team understand it?
• Building coherence and a sense of identification with the Vision, Mission, and Values of the
company – “The company is me; I am the company.” – How to realize my career and the
career of my people in the company where we are?
• Building awareness of duties and roles in relationships within the company and with clients.
– With whom and for whom do people want to work? How to become a good leader for

Module 2: Basics of Requirements and Scope Management in Projects and Time Budgeting
• Increasing awareness of what values are and how they influence our decisions. – How do I
understand and implement, for example, integrity, and how does my team? How to unify
goals based on values?
• Identifying personal values in the professional dimension. – Why, why, and for what purpose
do I get up to work every morning?
• Values as the strongest human motivation. – Is what I choose really important to me? Let’s
• Ability to collaborate with one’s own emotions and build a confident attitude in action. –
What are emotions, why do some react calmly in the same situations, and others don’t? Can
we choose our emotions?

Module 3: The Role of Communication in Management: Conveying Uncomfortable Feedback,
Delegating Tasks, Managing Through Goals
• Building communication skills through goals and results. – Since I know why and why I am
motivated, how to convey it to others to “infect them with energy to act.”
• How to communicate effectively in the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic system to reach all
recipients accurately? – That is, why dreamers look at the sky, and meeting participants look
at the floor, and how to translate this knowledge into management.
• Conflict resolution through different positions of perception. – “Put yourself in my place”
exercise through which I can actually do it, applicable not only in management.
• Giving feedback. – How to speak without triggering feelings of guilt, shame, or regret in
people. A good manager is recognized by how they convey difficult information.

Module 4: The Role of Communication as a Distinguishing Element of Organizational Culture in

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About Training

A leader’s own development is important for the development of the organization, and discipline,
good habits and the right take on things do not come by themselves.
For years, as leaders, we have struggled with the difficulty of uniting people around the idea of an
organization, and we have been grappling with the problem of responsibility,
motivation and commitment of employees. In the current reality of
business reality, more and more leaders are choosing to develop business
using classic and agile project techniques combined with
management based on the organization’s culture. However, due to the
demanding high mental toughness of the political and economic situation,
the enormous dynamics of change, intergenerational differences in the labor market and the
reevaluation of the leadership role, managing the organization through
effective implementation of projects and building team unity has become
even more difficult than ever. The course is designed for managers who:
-need to expand soft skills based on multicontextual communication;
-need communication tools for different generations, including Generation Z;
-develop personal and social competencies (how to deal with themselves and how to deal with others);
learn the skills to lead others, including motivating the team
long-term, necessary to effectively develop teams and achieve
above-average results.
For all managers who want to find themselves better in any business situation and “seize” them for their own success.

Business training is individual, contact us and ask for a quote.

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