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

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CHAPTER 8

Action Plan: Make an Investment

Just like a project plan, you need a focused action plan for investing in talent development for yourself and your project team. Nothing gets done unless you take action! And a plan helps you to identify where you are going and what it takes to get there.

We will continue using the strengths-based talent development model that we have been using throughout the book for explaining how to develop and implement a focused action plan for investing in talent development. This section is designed for you (as an individual) and for your project team (as a group).

The purpose of this chapter is to help you:

1. Prepare to take action

2. Take action—breaking strengths-based project team development into manageable ...

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