Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Making team changes to benefit the group, part of Project Management Foundations: Teams.
It's inevitable.…Sometimes team members will not work out well.…What you do as the project manager…to address the situation…can mean the difference between being perceived…as a competent leader and being a figurehead.…When a team member isn't well suited…to produce what is needed,…or can't work within the dynamics of your team,…you need to take action.…It's one of your primary team leadership responsibilities…in the best interest of the project and the team.…
How you act; however, is situational.…I want to share with you some guidelines here;…however, it's important that you understand…the standard HR processes and expectations…for your organization before you use these approaches.…Let's first look at performance concerns.…Performance issues from a team member can come…from internal sources or external sources.…Internal sources are person based,…one's capabilities, personality, and approach…to the project.…
Capability issues can sometimes be addressed…in the short term through training.…Personality issues are much more difficult to manage.…
Along the way, discover how to negotiate for key resources, appreciate and maximize individual working styles, use emotional intelligence to add a personal approach to your management style, and resolve conflict.
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- Understanding the four key work styles
- Negotiating for your team
- Sharing a common objective
- Making team rules
- Directing the team
- Solving team conflicts<br><br>
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