According to the lesson that came out of the assignment, three major scenarios showed me what makes the best teams, and worst teams.
The worst teams were the teams that didn’t value each others input and failed for a number of reasons to get a solid mutual groupthink dialogue going. These groups didn’t fair well in the assignment to varying degrees.
The middle layer, or other scenario, was the result of how I handled the assignment. Having my thoughts on what I believed were the correct answers to the assignment, what I did was give my suggestions to our team, but made note of my personal preferences.
The results—the third scenario was an eye-opener. It surprised me to learn that working alone I faired far better than the other groups, and, in this case, one answer shy of the single top performing group who got every answer correct.
Effective communication and talent, or intelligence, proved to be the optimum influences that made the best team decisions.
Today, I thank my team for their open, often hard talks with me. I thank them for the detail they put into the work they do for OSAAT Entertainment. I am simply beyond in awe of the individual talent and skill they add to the team. Their commitment and drive to see tasks through is but a tremendous plus. Most of all, I am moved to tears to see them picking up the ball and running with it in my greatest time of need.
You mean the world to me. I love you and appreciate you. Thank you. Enjoy Labor Day!
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