Profile of the Project Leader
The Project Leader is the one that molds and shapes the structure of each group. With his leadership, the leader can get to form groups of people who manage to function as a real work team.
The leader based on the motto divides and reigns, governs with great success the working group but does not produce a team capable of achieving success, only groups people to perform a specific task.
The good leader with his actions develops work teams, using the right mix of loyalty, motivation, and confidence that every human being needs to believe and undertake in pursuit of group objectives.
The project leader has to manage all the project stakeholders; lead, direct, coordinate with your work team; plan, organize, monitor and evaluate the progress and results of the project; communicate, solve problems, motivate, direct and attend meetings, interact with clients; hiring, supervising, promoting or dismissing staff. All this requires not only knowledge in the branch of project management, but also human resources, conflict resolution, and other branches that allow it to be multifunctional and effective. For this reason, it can not be satisfied with the acquired knowledge alone, but it must be maintained in continuous learning for the development of abilities, abilities, and skills that increase its personal competences.