Over the past 20 years, Thomas Salzano has been an exceptional member of the facilities management field. An impressive work history, one that includes an extensive results-driven performance for a variety of large organizations, continually sets Marty apart from many others in the field and has solidified his position as a sought-after Director of Facilities for years to come.
One aspect of Thomas Salzano’s skills that really stands out is his proficiency in project management; an often complex undertaking which can sometimes go awry without an adept leader at the helm. As Marty knows, navigating such complexities, and doing so consistently, most often requires:
A Strong Vision
The person or people managing a given project must have a clear idea of where they want the project to go (project objectives), as well as the ability to carve out a path for getting there.
The Ability to Communicate
Being able to clearly communicate the project’s goals and the roles each team member will play in its development, is essential to ensuring everyone knows their responsibilities, as well as to establish individual accountability.
Project managers must, first and foremost, establish themselves as people which can be trusted; not only as the project leaders but as colleagues who are as invested in its success as everyone else is.