Effective Comm.

Time Management

Team Work

Problem Solving

Proactive Thinking

Personality Dev.

  • We = Power

    Know other members: Their background, skill, experience, likes and dislikes etc.

    Meet other members regularly: Exchange thoughts, fun and knowledge; what is a good time to interact etc.

    What is common: This will develop bonding, trust and most importantly ‘an interest' to interact.

    Let others also talk:
    Give room for others also so speak and express (whether you like it or not). Cutting someone off is rude, and not worth whatever small time gain you might make. Don't finish someone's sentences for him or her; they can do it for themselves. And remember: talking louder or faster doesn't make your idea any better.

    Check your egos: Ego & good relation never go together.
    Appreciate each other. Find something nice to say, even if it's a stretch. Even the worst of ideas has brighter side of it. Focus on the good, praise it, and then raise any objections or concerns you have about the rest of it.

    Who does what: When it comes to work, make sure the work allocated is clearly documented. Do not assume anything.
    Be open and honest. Any sugar-coating or hidden agenda may lead to long term problems. Understand the fact, you are with a family away from your family and you spend a significant amount of time with this family.
    Avoid conflict at all costs. When stress occurs and tempers go up, take a short break. Clear your heads, apologize, and take another stab at it.
    Phrase alternatives as questions. Instead of "I think we should do A, not B," try "What if we did A, instead of B?" That allows people to offer comments, rather than defend one choice.

    Talk in person: If you did not like anything in a person or wanted to give a suggestion, do it in person; never do it in front of other members.

    No personal remarks: Always talk about the topic, task, goal, objective; never ever talk about the person performing. This would mostly strain the relationships.

    Give n Take: Share with others and you will get more back; also remember, you get what you give.

    Empathy: Empathy is an ability to deal with emotions & feelings of others. Resonate with the emotions & feelings of your co-team members. This would help the relationships go stronger & mutually beneficial.
  • 12 Cs for Team Work

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