Topic: Management & Leadership
In an environment in which a strategy is not always clear, stable and constant, and employees work more and more independently, the question of how to manage individuals, context and priorities becomes a critical one.
A team project provides the answers to many managerial questions on this topic.
A highly operational approach to assign meaning to action:
- The need to create a team project.
- Get ready to create a team project.
A project team must be divided into specific sequences and actions, so that the results can be measured. Individual and collective motivation depends on the manager’s ability to clarify and schedule the project.
Explore the various motivational drivers and learn to choose the best approach with your team:
- How to move from team project to action plan.
- To communicate the project to the team.
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By the end of this 2-part module, you’ll be able to motivate coworkers through team projects including:
- How to give coworkers a positive perception of constant change and prioritize their activities based on imperatives.
- How to turn a project into an action plan, and how to communicate and share a motivating project for your teams.