April 27, 2012

KBAM– the other aim behind KBAM'S presentation.

After our presentations today, during the feedback I think that we heard how leaders could have been in order to make the team to perform much better. The perception over the discussion was the frustration of leaders to encourage each member to perform in the same higher level. In my opinion, if my understanding had been the highest of the situation, I will be willing to explain many times as necessary to bring each member in the same track. I really believe that everyone is capable to contribute the same amount. However the thing is to discover how to help them without missing the patient. As a Paul said, it might be leader’s engaged instead leader’s committed. Well, each person has different amount of passion, commitment and energy to work, this is why the result for any activity is different. Anyway one of the big aims behind this sort of exercise is to help us to improve our experience in dealing with people and bring us to think as the real life.

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