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

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CHAPTER 7

Sustaining: Keeping a Strengths-Based Project Team Culture Going

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The initial process of becoming a strengths-based project team is often new, exciting, and has momentum. Furthermore, the process takes time, energy, and resources. Working together as a team, you want your project team to continue to be a strengths-based project team over the life of the project—and beyond. This sustained effort enables you to truly maximize the investment you have made. How can you receive a long-term return on your initial strengths development investment and sustain your project team’s strengths-based momentum?

Further cultivating your project team’s ...

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