Filters (0) (reset filters)
Sort by: Date published | Number of comments | Appreciation | Title Ascending | Title Descending | Most popular
Results per page : Page 1 of 1 (4 Result(s))
  • < Prev
  • ...
  • 1
  • ...
  • Next >
  • FMAP Program Outline

  • Although this learning event has "for Managers" in its title, it is appropriate for anyone in a leadership role and who needs to help others develop their capabilities. For example, it is useful for project managers, team leaders, program managers, senior consultants and solution architects. 
    In particular it is strongly recommended for those who directly manage participants in the Fujitsu Management Accreditation Program ("FMAP"). 
    The coaching approach is based on the work of several authors, especially Sir John Whitmore's book "Coaching for Performance". 
    This learning event is very interactive and tailored to needs of the participants. It will consist of short presentations of coaching concepts, whole group discussions, small group activity and coaching conversation practice. 
    For maximum benefit, we recommend real-life development scenarios be used in the practice coaching sessions during the class. 
    The schedule will incorporate short breaks during the day, but participants are encouraged to minimize outside distractions to maximize their course value.

    • Introduction
    • Coaching or Mentoring: What's the difference?
    • Coaching model: GROW
    • The Fujitsu coaching house
    • Coaching tools
    • Giving and receiving feedback
    • Situational leadership
    • Coaching conversation evolution
    • Questioning techniques and appreciative inquiry
    • Conclusion

  • This learning event has been designed to support the delivery of the people management discipline of the Fujitsu Managers Accreditation Program (FMAP).
    It is primarily aimed at those who directly manage people (e.g. who prepare performance reviews) either newly promoted in this role or experienced manager new to Fujitsu. 
    This learning event is also beneficial to experienced managers who wish to improve their people management skills. It has been especially effective when there is a mix of experience levels among the participants. 

    • Introduction
    • Managing Self
    • Managing Individuals
    • Managing Teams
    • Conclusion

  • This seminar directly emphasizes the competencies that a project manager must acquire to direct the human resources of the project.

    This seminar describes the Fujitsu Consulting approach to the execution of the leadership function in project management. It focuses on the interpersonal skills essential to the management of successful teams and projects.