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Our Team

Our team members trust one another, they work diligently towards a collective decision, and they sincerely hold one another accountable for making marvelous things invariably happen. Working together with organizational dynamics, which typically makes each prestigious member nearly twice as creative as an average group. Our group members properly explore viable options effectively, makes the right choice and work efficiently.

 

They possess visionary leadership focused on the right priorities, no excessive deference to authority and therefore every member enjoy expressing their own opinions. We do not encourage free riding. Always working together as an ecological group. We are non-judgmental when it comes to making mistakes.

 

We understand no one is perfect tackle problems quickly once we notice one of our team has adopted a behavior that is affecting the group unhelpfully, we act quickly to challenge it to define roles and responsibilities because that focus can quickly develop poor dynamics, as people struggle to understand their role in the team.

 

We use team building exercise to break down barriers to encourage everyone get to recognize one another, especially when a member comes on board. When they intimately know each other as much as we know them it helps to combat “BLACK SHEEP EFFECT” which may happen someone or erroneously consider to be different. There is a neutral platform for people to share valuable experience.

 

To eliminate any ambiguity, our communication director makes sure information is communicated clearly via email, meetings and shared documents through a central open communication platform. He possesses strong facilitation skills, and he makes certain everyone has the same information in the case of a general announcement. We believe many of the behaviors that lead to poor dynamics can be overcome if we capture them early. In this case, we focus particular attention to frequent unanimous decisions, as these can represent a sign of group thinking, bullying or free riding.

 

To catch up, we always consider exploring new ways to encourage team members to discuss or dispense their opinions, feelings, suggestion, and complaint anonymously.