Projecting passion

Great project outcomes stem from positive and enthusiastic attitudes. However, when a project manager fails to believe in a project, the project team will feel a lack of encouragement that will help them surmount a project's inevitable challenges and barriers. This article discusses how project managers--by adopting a positive attitude--can inspire their project teams. In doing so, it overviews four approaches that can help project managers convey the level of enthusiasm that project teams need to thrive and succeed.
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