2020 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE | MASTERCLASSES
Virtues based Self-Leadership for Project Managers

DATES:

7-8 December, 2020

The CAVE Approach© for Project Management

A virtues-based approach for self-management and personal leadership

Price for Members

€600

Price for Non-Members

€700

Course Includes:
Online Training
Certificate of Training Completion
PM² Basic Certification Exam complimentary voucher

Program Goals

This online training introduces participants to the CAVE Approach© for Human Development, and its application in Project Management.

 

This is a next-generation virtues-based approach for self-management and personal leadership that serves performance improvement in every context. It helps people to understand how managing their core individual characteristics may shape their patterns of thinking and acting so that to consistently promote their effectiveness and efficiency to bring desired sustainable results on a personal, group, organizational and societal level.

 

The approach is based on Aristotle’s  Ethical Theory which is greatly supported by contemporary findings in neuroscience, psychology, evolutionary biology, anthropology and other disciplines. The CAVE Approach offers a pioneering methodology for the systematic and structured development of the Aristotelian virtues in the modern world to support a new-age management; management that serves sustainable professional results while promoting individual happiness, common good, and sustainable development of humanity.

The CAVE Approach© online training aims to:

Target Audience

This training is for ΥΟΘ:

The course is tailored designed for Project Management professionals who are interested in improving their individual, professional and team performance while developing an increased sense of social responsibility.

Training Outcomes

As a participant you will:

  • feel empowered by gaining a greater sense of control over your performance in any context.
  • acquire the criteria to confidently assess what is the right thing to do in any context to consistently promote your individual wellbeing and common good.
  • be able to identify and manage any of your core individual dispositions that hinder your performance.
  • increase awareness of your Individual Social Responsibility (ISR) and any personal challenges in applying it.
  • learn skills to help you manage individual health and balance.
  • be exposed to a new way of thinking and acting in every context.
  • improve your communication, teamwork and collaboration with others.
  • increase your sense of self-worth and sense of belonging.
  • enjoy greater satisfaction from you performance and results.
Program’s Objectives

Specifically the Program aims to help you to:

  • improve your understanding of the nature and value of sustainable performance.
  • offer you  guidance and tools to overcome any personal difficulties in achieving sustainable performance.
  • understand any personal difficulties in taking individual social responsibility from theory to action.
  • develop an understanding of the intellectual and moral virtues’ criteria for making difficult decisions and consolidating conflicting priorities.
  • gain insights of how yourdiscrepancies from the virtues affect various issues in project performance (individual and group).
  • identify and prioritize your virtues’ development.

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

Introduction

- Welcome & Introductions

- Program Positioning

- Program Goals

Section 1.

Defining Performance and Results

- A Rational and Meaningful Model of Performance

- Effectiveness, Efficiency and the parameter of Time

- Introduction to Sustainable Performance; The Instrument & the Parameters of Sustainable Performance

Section 2.

The challenges in Defining and Managing Performance

- The traditional criteria of performance and the gap in performance assessment

- The need to set additional criteria of performance

- The Dunning-Kruger Effect

Section 3.

The challenges in Defining and Managing Performance

- The traditional criteria of performance and the gap in performance assessment

- The need to set additional criteria of performance

- The Dunning-Kruger Effect

Section 4.

Managing Individual Performance through the Aristotelian Virtues

- Definition and Characteristics of the Virtue

-Individual Exercise (The nature of the virtue)

- Overview of the Intellectual Virtues

- Introduction to the ESCAVE Case Study

- Individual Exercise & Group Discussion (Reflections upon Virtue’s Discrepancy impact on Performance in ESCAVE Case Study)

- Impact of Intellectual Virtues on PM Competencies

- Review of CAVE Report on Intellectual Virtues

-Individual Review, Debrief and Feedback

- Overview of the Individual Moral Virtues

- Review of CAVE Report on Individual Moral Virtues

-Individual Review, Debrief and Feedback

- Overview of the Social Moral Virtues

- Review of CAVE Report on Social Moral Virtues

-Individual Review, Debrief and Feedback

Section 5.

Managing Group Performance through the Aristotelian Virtues

  • Making Decisions considering the CAVE profile of your Team
  • Virtues Discrepancies and Competencies’ Focus
Closing of the Program

- Program Review

Speaker: Anastasia Moira

Anastasia Moira is the founder of the CAVE Approach© for Human Development, a holistic model for Performance Improvement in the business environment. Being a practinionnaire in the field of Performance Improvement she has an extensive 20-years experience in productivity and performance management projects throughout a wide spectrum of industries. As a Senior Consultant and Project Manager, she has participated and led projects of large scale reorganization and change in multinational and local companies.  Anastasia has significantly contributed through her products and services to the successful application of performance management systems in well-established companies, and she has designed numerous generic and customized training programs, tools and methodologies for people’s development. In the recent years, she has been committed to establish human virtues as vital parameters of  Sustainable Performance in every context, introducing as a systematic method to assess and develop them. She spreads the CAVE Approach indirectly through her publications and writings (articles, textbooks, manuals and blogs) and directly through training workshops, private and group mentoring sessions, and speeches.
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