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Developing Strengths-Based Project Teams by Connie Plowman, Martha Buelt

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APPENDIX C

Connecting Strengths and Project Management

Strengths Themes as Used in Project Management*

*All theme names are trademarked by Gallup, Inc.

Achiever®

You must accomplish something every day. You have great stamina and internal motivation. When you finish one task, you quickly want to work on another so you can complete milestones. You manage proactively by setting plans, working to achieve them, and asking people to report progress.

Activator®

You want to make decisions and start quickly. Results of early actions will provide input into following decisions and actions. You want to be judged by your actions and results. You encourage others to action and help them overcome obstacles. You create a sense of urgency and energy when needed. ...

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