Developing Strengths-Based Project Teams
Co-Authors: Martha Buelt and Connie Plowman
Everyone has talents and strengths. Everyone does projects.
The book, Developing Strengths-Based Project Teams, integrates common project management and strengths-based talent development language to help you and your project team learn about and become a strengths-based project team.
This book is designed for project managers, team members, and stakeholders who have an interest in talent development—not only their own talents and strengths, but also the combined talents and strengths of their project teams.
Learn about the characteristics of a strengths-based project team. Apply a series of building blocks for individual and team strengths-based development. Through exercises, templates, action plans, and reflective questions, learn how to cultivate the collective strengths of project team members to become a strengths-based project team.
Explore the various project management roles for sustaining a strengths-based project team culture. Create an environment in which team members can use their talent development tools long-term to develop and apply what they naturally do best—resulting in higher project team performance.