A Project Leader is a volunteer who is willing to assume the responsibility of helping 4-H members acquire knowledge, attitudes, skills, and habits through the learning by doing activities that are inherent in a specific project. A volunteer in this leadership role channels the enthusiasm, energy, and curiosity of boys and girls towards new experiences. The project often plays the largest role in a member's 4-H work. Members are highly motivated because they take projects, which interest them. As they gain competence, 4-H members acquire the courage to tackle more difficult tasks. The Project Leader encourages young people to set goals that they can attain and measure. Like the Organization Leader position, the Project Leader position is not restricting geographically.
The technical expert role that drives the detailed implementation of a specific aspect of the project, and is directly responsible for all project deliverables. A large project may have multiple project leaders reporting to the same project manager.
a technical person, heading a project as defined by the Electoral Commission and responsible for the successful technical conclusion of the project within the given time frame
a volunteer member of the OHIMA Board of Directors who is assigned a project in order to accomplish a goal of a strategy
a volunteer willing to meet with a group of young people and provide educational teaching, clinics, workshops, field trips, etc
One member on the project team who manages and controls the budget and schedule of the system development project. 14.5, 16.9
A member of the Superintendent's Cabinet that is responsible for the success of the project team. The leader writes the first draft of the project charter identifying the gap in performance and the timeline for solving the problem.
The person accountable for achieving the Project Goal within the agreed time constraints, to the agreed quality, and within the agreed budget, so that the desired changes are sustained and the benefits are realised. In order to achieve this outcome, the Project Leader must build an effective team. satisfy the Customer(s), and earn the commitment of the project's Stakeholders.