Lessons Reflection - Management and Entrepreneurship...

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Management and Entrepreneurship Lessons Learned 11 December 2013 While I have learned a lot about group work and my peers this semester, I have also learned invaluable information about myself as I adjusted to the college lifestyle. Most predominantly, I learned that the way in which I handled group work in high school does not have to be the way I handle group work in college—here, I can actually trust my teammates to pull their own weight and complete their assignments. From the two peer assessment feedbacks I received, both were consistent in regards to my habit of taking ownership and responsibility for potential failures instead of seeing them as a team issue. From this, I have learned that not only do I need to trust my teammates more, but they want me to trust them more. Also, I have learned that my reaction and changes to the first peer assessment were minimal. In order to use the feedback constructively, I am going to have to put in more effort to listen to what my peers say
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Unformatted text preview: and actually change something about my behavior. Also throughout this semester, I have learned what I have done in the past holds little to no value over what I do during my time at Babson. While all of my activities in high school were valuable with regards to making me the person I am today, they hold little influence over what I do at Babson. When I got here, I had no reputation to fall back on other than categorical things like being an athlete, a freshman, a female, etc. Working in FME has taught me that from this point forward, I have to rely on my capabilities rather than assumptions made about me. To get the most out of my FME experience, I have learned to contribute to the group in the best ways I can while learning from the contributions the other group members make. My learning has only just begun but the basic lessons I have learned about myself up to this point will help craft my college career to reach its full potential....
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