There’s not “I” in Team

Last week, I met with one of my project groups for the first time. I’d say we’re a colorful group of people. What I realized, however, is the importance of teamwork. Not only the positive points, but definitely the downside to it as well.

In the PR industry, I honestly don’t see how anyone would find success by working solo. Working in teams and in groups is essential to building an image, and I’ve been realizing that more and more.

But what if there’s a team member who is counterproductive? Who holds back the group instead of helping it move forward?

Unfortunately, I don’t have any answers. But I have heard that, although there’s no “I” in team, you can certainly spell “ME”.

*Note: This post is completely hypothetical. I like all of my group members.


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