Friday, November 6, 2015

More ideas about teamwork

- Altruism (avoid being selfish): this means sharing with others what you may know and what might be useful to them. Don’t consider knowledge as a “property” that should be treasured and kept secret at all costs. “Money that is given, is well spent, knowledge that is given, multiplies”.   Proverbs: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” or “it is more worthwhile to teach someone to do something than to do it for him/her”.

- Placing aside personal feelings and rather focus on work and professional relationships. Criticism should only be given to performed tasks and not to the people performing such tasks. It should not become personal.

- Having a cold and distanced work analysis, yet, this should be complimented by great co-worker relationships.

- Having sincere and genuine interests while trying to achieve a common project.

- Everyone should do what he/she should do, and allow others to do their work. (Of course, it is uncalled for to waste time telling others what is their job and what is yours).

- Timely solutions to solve rising problems.

- Having the willingness to acknowledge mistakes (one’s own or that of others), for what they are: something that needs to be corrected and solved. Without having to go through tantrums, resentment, self-judgment or judging others, and laziness.


- Paying constant attention to the work schedule. 

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