When it comes to getting more from your individual team members, it is far more effective (and rewarding) to leverage strengths rather than focusing on weaknesses. But how do you identify people who have the potential to be higher performers in the future? And what about chronic low performers?
Here’s a professional development path that all project managers should explore: learn how to manage pressure. It will make it easier for you to deliver your best work when it matters most. In this new series, we begin with using positive expectations to kick off a new project.
An established project manager has a great deal to offer an organization—not the least of which is their ability to mentor newer members of the profession and teach them how to practice their skills in an active work environment. But it's a position of responsibility that also needs to be evaluated on many levels by each individual PM to determine how ready they are for the exercise.