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Why and How to Show Team and Coworker Appreciation

No one is going to respond to a dictator or a tyrant. You job as project manager is to create a work environment where all can coexist. You need to inspire your team members to work with you. According to Leigh Espy in a post for Project Bliss, this can be done through more positive, motivational methods that will produce better outcomes. Positive results come from coworker appreciation demonstrations. In return, a happier workplace is …

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10 Common Problems Project Teams Face

Project managers can get so bombarded by the day-to-day busyness that we sometimes do not address concerns like we should. Issues fall to the wayside in the hopes they will dissolve or resolve on their own. Sadly, that is not reality. Instead, Mandy Flint says in a post for the Association for Project Management that we must get proactive. Flint addresses 10 common problems project teams face: Lack of trust Conflict and tension Not sharing …

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Does Your Team Make Your Project More Risky?

In the business of risks, it is easy to overlook the obvious. You probably take into account the risk of poor financials, or maybe unpredictable weather, but what about the risks associated with the project team? In a post for the PM Perspectives Blog, Elizabeth Harrin elaborates on risks that the project team bring to the table. Stepping on Toes Communication is the cornerstone to civilization. However, with a blending of personalities effective communication may …

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