December 03, 2005

02.12.2005

The 'leadership challenge' was a real challenge, felt happy about the progress of the game and was very useful with some feedback from the team. Areas which i felt need to be improved are
1. Fully involving in the work, without ensuring proper networking.
2. Not able to ensure the participation of all the team members.
3. Could have communicated a few changes did during the exercise to the entire team.
4. Did not look into all the aspects of issues, before taking a decision ( before ordering for raincoats for the team, could have cut down some cost, would have enquired cost of ferry transport etc…)

need to improve as emphasised time and again. Discussion on module review and the PMA clarifications were quite elaborate. Again I feel that a brief introduction on the entire content of the module is essential. Had time with our team till 330, for completion of the last teamwork. Has comeup well, selina or gez would have forwarded the assignment the same day. Did not feel like reading and went to bed early.


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  1. Paul Roberts

    I should like to discuss with you the introduction to the module. I thought that we had done this in the first session of the study week, but clearly what I did was not sufficient. When you have time could you put your thoughts on paper and email me or come and have a chat some time. I am on a learning curve with this method of learning and the richer the feedback that I get the better.

    09 Dec 2005, 19:28


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