The Difference Between Good and Bad Project Managers
Ask yourself, what makes a project manager “good” or “bad” at their jobs?
When it comes to project management, the assumption is that most “good” project managers have a baseline of demonstrating best practices, using the right tools and templates, and having some sort of formal project management training.
But there are many other things good project managers do in addition to this baseline. Some traits of good project managers include continuous learning, investment in professional development, high emotional intelligence, effective communication and delegation skills. Watch this video from projectmanager.com to learn more about the differences between good and bad project managers.
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