A good project for me is a complicated one. It’s full of potholes, obstacles, and dead ends. I’m forced to think through how to overcome the obstacles. I’m not always successful in my approach.
This is when I let myself be vulnerable. I confide in the core team that I’m currently stuck and unsure of how to proceed. I ask if they have any ideas to help us move forward. This vulnerability always provides results.
Being a project manager doesn’t mean we have to know all the answers. It’s often the questions we ask that are more important than knowing the answers.
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