Throughout this book, you have discovered the basics of the project management process, the inner workings, and how to achieve certifications. You have even read about conflict and turning around failing projects. This last chapter is reserved for the other side of project management. It's now time to categorize some of the types of project managers out there. A great project manager can create a leadership style that benefits his or her team. Some project managers can alienate the team. Here are a few examples of the attitudes that can drive away a project team.