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Leadership in Project Management
Carmelo L. Neri, Consultant, Philippines, Member

I think Rod Chambers is right, leading is the right way in managing a project. If there is a need to stay late, you have to be in the project, you have to set a good example of what a leader is. 1. Always be on time 2. Pick up small items that are left off. 3. Be the last person to go home 4. Be honest 5. Assume ownership 6. Care for your workers safety. Try "sheeperding" 7. Find time to listen. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Project Leadership Style
Tomas Martinez, Business Consultant, Mexico, Member

In projects, you should have a leadership style combining guiding, participative and training styles, to motivate the work team clearing them how their work is important for the organization. In this way their commitment to the objectives is maximized. Also it is important to have the work team participating in the goals and concerns of the projects to obtain a working participatory environment. Finally it is important to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the work team, and link to their personal expectations and careers.

 
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