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Never Give Up

May 6, 2012

This week there wasn’t ENVD lecture and we need to start our business plan outside of the class. I meet up with our group and we ha discussed our idea  We try to frame new idea,because from the first one we didn’t gain a success. So we spend all our meeting session just on thoughts what will be most suitable and reliable for Kingston  Hill students.

  As stated by Ralph Waldo EmersonOur greatest glory is not in never-failing, but in rising up every time we fail“. So, after not really successful first approach,we did came up with few ideas and research them at the same time. And suddenly we      recognize that lots of students handing their assignment late Sunday night. From this point we start to think how we can deal with this most common issue. At the end of the meeting everyone agreed with Vikrant suggestions and we decided to contact Corrine and ask permission to change our previous idea.Everyone were happy with new idea and it’s approval.So, from now on was important to recognize that to be as a great tea,we must have  share common goals, a common vision and have some level of interdependence that requires both verbal and physical interaction.

I really like my group, because we work in close coordination with each other and thus come to know each other better. However, today teamwork is used on an everyday factor to achieve a wide range of tasks. As highlighted by Henry Ford, ”Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. In such as manner, we were responding to each other thoughts, listening and responding to the needs of each group member, sharing ideas and working collaboratively.

References:

http://www.johannechow.com/

http://inspirationalquote.blogspot.co.uk/2009/02/never-give-up-quotes-iii.html

http://india.6seconds.org/2012/01/the-emotion-of-approval/

http://www.managementstudyguide.com/importance-of-team.htm

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