In this article, I show you how to give feedback that’s effective and useful to the subject matter experts on your team, even if you don’t have domain expertise.
Think back to your first days as a project manager. You probably walked into your new office, wide-eyed and nervous, knowing you were about to take on a job with a lot of responsibility. Hopefully you were a bit excited, too.
Very early on, you may have discovered one of the central pillars to being an effective PM is mastering communication—written, verbal, and non-verbal. Your ability to motivate your team, distill complicated technical requirements into an easily digestible form, maintain fruitful client relationships, and tactfully handle difficult conversations would be key to your success.
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