As the third week comes by I’m feeling a little better about the expectations about what the facilitation presentation should look like… As I walked into the room it was easy to see the team who’s presenting – they were all wearing black.
I was part of the group that was so confused about the check – in game…LOL. The game 24 was a math game, turned competition. Part of my confusion was because my understanding of working in a team means leveraging on each other and this was more about who in the team are quick thinkers to answer first. I thought the aim of the presentation was to work in teams? …
Games aside, the best thing that came out of the presentation was an acronym which I will never forget is T.E.A.M. • T – together • E – Everyone • A- Achieves • M – More.
During the lesson we were given an opportunity of read a few short stories and my favorite was about the Bent back ladies of Chaung Dong. It really reminded me about a lot of things we do out of habit and sometimes people don’t like to rock the boat and just continue with life as is, and it takes a complete stranger to shake things up.
- T – together
- E – Everyone
- A- Achieves
- M – More
Quite profound, and I think the most of all was the thought that in a team we are all diverse, nobody is perfect, we all have our strengths and shortfalls – I’ve learnt to leverage