Leaders drive change; they push the human race forward. Leaders inspire those around them to reach for greatness. Great leaders prove that extraordinary leadership doesn’t require official authority, it just requires that we put our team members success first.
Project Management is about helping Project Teams deliver transformational change without any positional authority. To do this efficiently and cost-effective and to achieve near 100% adoption on day one, Project Managers need to employ Project Management best practices AND great leadership techniques.
The 120VC online Project Management Leadership Program (PMLP) provides how-to instruction on the latest best practices being used by our Professional Services teams to execute enterprise-wide projects for our Fortune 500 clients. It also incorporates the latest thinking in Leadership best practices.
We developed the PMLP in collaboration with respected researchers, academics, and subject-matter experts. We curated the program material from hundreds of books, articles, theoretical frameworks, and best practices that represent the best thinking in both the leadership and the project execution communities today.
This online program combines weekly assignments, online learning community interaction, bi-weekly instructor-led classes, and quizzes; the combination of reading, sharing ideas, critical thinking, lecture, and quizzes is meant to reinforce the learning and enable the student to execute upon best practices.
There are two weeks of assignments and learning community interaction between each online instructor-led class. There is a total of 8 two hour instructor-led classes, each followed by a short quiz. The entire program is 14 weeks.
Earn PDUs by completing our training!
By completing our instructor-led training courses, you can receive PDUs in all three of the Project Management Institute’s training categories; Leadership, Technical Project Management and Strategic and Business Management.
“Jane Addams Leadership, compassion for others, and her ability to spark and keep a movement going created positive lasting change in our country.” – Jenny Thomas, PMLP Alumni
the PMLP is meant to educate and ignite a movement. A movement that will elevate the practices of Leadership, Team Work, and Humanity in the Work Place, maximize human potential and accelerate innovation.
Jane Addams didn’t just drive change as a leader; she ignited it!
This action propelled the colonies toward their independence from Britain and was the first step toward becoming the world power we are today. Like the Declaration of Independence, the PMLP is meant to educate and ignite a movement. A movement that will elevate the practices of Leadership, Team Work, and Humanity in the Work Place, maximize human potential and accelerate innovation.
Thomas Jefferson didn’t just drive change as a leader; he ignited it!