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

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CHAPTER 4

Starting Point: Developing Your Strengths as a Project Manager

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Strengths-based project teams start with the strengths of the project manager; therefore, to lead and manage a strengths-based project team, project managers need to first engage in their own individual strengths-based development. This chapter will guide you in the process of individual strengths-based development, much of which can also be applied to help project team members begin their individual strengths-based development.

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