timely manner, usually before our scheduled meetings, to make sure that I was always on the same track as the rest of my team members. I also kept in contact with my team members on a usually basis about the status of any work I was doing and whether or not I needed help with my part. We all kept in contact with each other using mainly emails and group text messages. Throughout the process of working with my team to finish this project I learned a lot about myself and how I work with other people. One thing I personally wish I would have done differently to ensure a better chance at success would be to take more initiative. I need to open myself up to new situations and be willing to take initiative in teams and groups when making decisions or trying when trying to get all members on the right track. Showing my team members that I can take initiative would be better than just doing assignments that always given to me. It would show that I have more responsibility and that I’m not afraid to step out of my comfort zone to put my team’s success first. I need to learn how to take control in some situations because learning to do so now will help me in the future when I’m focusing on my career. Business employers like people who can take risks and have no problem taking initiative from time to time. This will be even more helpful when pursuing my career in a Human Resource management position which requires making major decisions for an entire staff of people.
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- Fall '12
- Project Management, team members, Pier 1 Imports, team process analysis