Tag Archives: leader

Your People

If you don’t care deeply about the people who work for you, how can you expect them to view you as their leader?

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Project Manager – The Servant-Leader

Project managers are not bosses. Instead, project managers are actually servants who must sacrifice for the good of the team; and must be willing to SERVE their teams, stakeholders and projects. Hence, the concept of the servant-manager who, in fact, … Continue reading

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Credibility (from the Architect’s Corner)

Matthew Barhdyt, AIA, LEED AP mbarhydt@adparchitects.com Principal, Acheson Doyle Partners Architects Talent is not enough. In an economy where opportunity still seems to be more of a promise than a reality, credibility can make the difference between winning or losing … Continue reading

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Challenge the Team

One the most important jobs of the project leader is to challenge the team and stretch people out.   Good people have lots of untapped potential.  You can’t find that untapped potential if you keep the team in the sand box.  … Continue reading

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