Team Smarts = People Smarts
Here is a great website of free tools that will help you work better with teams - when you need it and circumstances permit. Even established teams may enjoy the opportunity to work better, through a clearer idea of what makes teams operate effectively. The greater you know team members, the more respect you will earn.
Friday I would like to review how your self-knowledge fits into cover letters/job applications to enable you to hit the ground running, executing project work. Your outputs so far should have immediate relevance in that regard. You need to be able to answer the question: "So, what makes a project manager any different than a general manager? What do you bring to us as a trained PM?"
I also plan to review an output of a former class, assigned to the task of putting together a kit to get off on the right foot with "people," in all their complexity and diversity. I think you will appreciate it.