Taking responsibility and defining the finish line are two things project managers should do as construction work is slated to get underway. This post, written by David Whitemyer, also suggests that team leaders not only introduce their members, but really tout their talents. Whitemyer is a PM at Brent Johnson Design in Boston. He contends the kickoff meeting is a perfect time to show off your team. “Make sure your client knows not only what each member of your group will be responsible for, but also what their background is and why you’ve selected them for the project. This will boost the confidence of both the client and your team members,” writes Whitemyer.