How to Survive Working in a Group
Updated 14 August 2015
Let's face it:  a lot of people don't like to work in groups.  Schedules can be hard to coordinate. Personalities sometimes clash.  Some people work harder than others.  Now that's out of our system, let's face another reality: there is very little you will do in the work place that is not done in collaboration with others.  As America continues to downsize, the ability to work as a member of a team is becoming increasingly important.  This class offers you a chance to hone your "people skills" in a real-life working environment.  Based upon personal observations and experience, here are some tips for surviving the group experience:
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