360 PROJECT LEADERSHIP PRACTICES (PLP)
The 360 Project Leadership Practices survey measures the skills necessary to lead a project team. Effective project leaders bring adverse group together by clarifying goals, accessing hard to find or hard to acquire resources from a variety of stakeholders, and generally work effectively in a matrixed measurement setting. Effective leaders manage customer, client, and team member expectations and smooth any cross functional issues that arise.
THE PROJECT LEADERSHIP PRACTICES 360 TASK CYCLE ®
I. ESTABLISHING THE PURPOSE
Presenting fresh ideas and long-range vision, utilizing clear communication and demonstrating the courage to take risks.
II. DIRECTING THE EFFORT
Effective planning, adaptability and problem solving.
III. MANAGING STAKEHOLDER RELATIONS
Developing strong teams, guiding others, and maintaining good relationships with managers and customers.
IV. DRIVING TOWARD SUCCESS
Setting performance standards, demonstrating enthusiasm, delegating and appropriately utilizing authority to get results.
Acknowledging the contributions of others.
Overall Effectiveness, approach-ability, building trust are leveraged through mastery of the Task Cycle Phases. We also look at belief in the project which is a good predictor of project success.
Task Cycle® name and image are registered trademarks of The Booth Company
360 PROJECT LEADERSHIP PRACTICES
Application: Managers leading cross functional teams.
Audience: Project Managers and Projects Leaders
Respondents: Project Leader, Manager, Team members, Customers, other Stakeholders
Questions: 90 questions, 3 open-ended
- Review higher level summary data, raw and centile Scores, highest and lowest rated questions, as well as blinds spots broken out by rater group.
- Year over Year comparison with current and previous scores
- PDF reports are full color with stunning visual displays of 360 survey data.
The Task Cycle® is a validated organizing tool that can help leaders know where to focus their development. It is presented as a logical sequence of events, with each phase contributing to achieving the final goal.
Task Cycle® name and image are registered trademarks of The Booth Company.