You are in the midst of a project, feeling like all the pieces are there, the project itself is managed, but then you look up, and there is a whole team staring at you through the screen waiting for their tasks, waiting for instructions.
OR you have ten Voxer messages from your VA wondering where the heck all the info is supposed to be, when do they request feedback, and how long was that email supposed to be again?
Just when you put out the fire of managing your project with your Plug & Play ClickUp templates, you have a new fire to put out. Managing your people, BUT don’t worry, Reason #(I lost count) on why I am obsessed with ClickUp– Team Management.
As many of you know, there was a time in which I was waist-deep in another project management tool trying to scale, sustain, retain, manage, and swim my way through my systems. I am an expert in operations, and my project management tool felt more restrictive than it did expansive, so I switched.
And what I unlocked was something so powerful that it became my mission to become the queen of systems on a whole new level.
One of my favorite parts of ClickUp, if you made me choose, is the team management abilities.
Who, what, how much do we have to work with?
Knowing these details gives you the ability to assign and delegate from an informed place. ClickUp helps you manage who is doing what, when it needs to be done, and everything in between, but it is only beneficial if you do the upfront work of knowing what you have to work with.
Dashboards in ClickUp are the best way to manage resources using customizable widgets to give you insights into sprints, projects, people, statuses, and more!
Who does what? When is this due? Why is it important? When team members don’t have a clear picture of the task at hand, that task can fall through the cracks. Avoid this by assigning every single task. Who is it for, and when is it due? It is that simple.
Not sure where to start with ClickUp, start here:
Before you share all the juicy details and get started on your project, you should first consider these four things.
It’s wild how seamless you can deliver projects to clients when you take the upfront time to lay it all out in your systems.
Your role as the expert is to put the work in to communicate the work you are doing to your team and make it clear what the result/goal should look like and how it will affect the team.
Some ways you can apply this
Want to know how to set specific goals using ClickUp? Start here:
How to use Goals and Targets in Click up (video walkthrough)
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