There is no “I” in team, but remember the “me”

There is no “I” in team, but always remember the “me”. I am sure a lot of us have experienced it. It could be a performance review, a team meeting or even the CEO giving a state of the nation. “Times are tough, we all need to work together to get the outcome for the company.” You ask a question along the lines of “I am still alright to leave a little early on Thursdays for my kids dance class?”, or “will the weekend work still be needed?”. The response that you receive is “Remember there is no I in team.”

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