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how can improving your adaptibility help with collabration
Building a good team is the single most important thing a Project Manager can do to achieve a successful project. With the right attitude, a team will overcome almost any difficulty to succeed in its goals. [ [ [ In most projects there will be times when only the determination of the team can overcome the difficulties and carry the initiative through to success. Even when there is no pressure, the team's spirit and enthusiasm will be reflected in the quality of the solution and the extent to which other people buy-in to it. There is a whole area of academic study and practical experience
about building good teams. Business psychologists present many theories concerning the way in which people interact. A world-class Project Manager needs to be an amateur psychologist and a manipulator of human behaviour. Here are some of the factors which generally lead to a good team: shared belief in the value and achievability of the team's goals, awareness of the value of the individual's own role and contribution, recognition of the value of other team members (whether they are key specialists or just non-specialist, junior assistants), desire to work collaboratively, sharing thoughts, ideas, concerns, etc, friendship - enjoying working together with a common purpose, supporting each other in recognition that the team's success requires all members to be successful, coaching junior members rather than bossing them, listening to ideas and advice from other team members, making time to communicate with other team members, celebrating successes, rewarding good team behaviour in financial and non-financial ways. To achieve this collaborative team style, the Project Manager usually needs to behave as one of the team - collaborative, supportive, friendly, etc. The Project Manager should be the best of friends with each team member to the extent that each participant would go to great lengths to help the project succeed. It is interesting to compare this project management style with the traditional view of the Project Manager. ] ] ]
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The more adaptable you are, the more leadership qualities you'll possess. This can include focus, motivation and an open-minded outlook. When others see you embracing change, it'll inspire them to do the same. best explain how can improving your Adaptability help with collaboration.

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