Jim turns to you, handing you the document. You have done such an excellent .DOCX

Jim turns to you, handing you the document. You have done such an excellent

Jim turns to you, handing you the document. You have done such an excellent job throughout this...

Jim turns to you, handing you the document. You have done such an excellent job throughout this entire project. Would you be willing to complete the project charter?" 

 

"Of course." you say.

"Because of this incident and the leadership that you have displayed over the past few months, we would like you to take over Jim's position as the new project manager," says Sam to you.

"We would like you to write a letter to the team to explain the leadership change. No need to blame anyone in the letter, but address areas of improvement and ways you intend to move the project forward as the new project manager," says Gloria.

"I'll have a copy for approval on your desk in the morning," you say.

Back at your desk, you write a 2–3-page, APA-style letter addressing Gloria's comments and include examples of your leadership style and drive motivation to help get buy-in from the rest of the team. Once that letter is done, you update the existing project charter template with any changes and complete the remaining sections, 6–8, to be given to Gloria in the morning.

 
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