How to manage and lead creative teams in a way that doesn’t make you a micromanager and stifle the creativity of others? How do you multiply your team by giving feedback? What is the proper way to give feedback? How do you give good direction without robbing your team’s creativity?
This is a cutdown from The Project Management webinar. In this video, Matthew discusses how he gives feedback to his team without robbing their creativity. The way he gives feedback is by saying what he feels and what’s causing that feeling.
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