Process: Cultivating a Strengths-Based Project Team


As a strengths-based project manager, your role includes creating a project team environment in which your project team members can individually and collectively engage in strengths-based talent development. You have learned about and engaged in your own individual strengths development (Chapters 3 and 4). Now your project team members also need to engage in their own individual strengths-based development, equipping them to then be able to articulate, develop, and apply their collective strengths as they work together to achieve project and team success.

In this chapter, we will be ...

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