It is like playing a mix doubles match. It's a teamwork.One takes the lead, other watches with appreciation. Encourage the other partner to take the lead and watch it. When the rythm gets going there is no one to stop, life will be fun and full of bliss.When one partner is tired take the brunt
Hurling. It's a game that pre-dates Christanity, is mentioned in 5th century literature, is the fastest field game in the world and at it's best, is breath-taking to watch.The players are amateurs, yet the final is played in Croke Park in front of 82,300 people.
If i understand the question, i would answer rugby.I played rugby for several years and I think that it's fairly easy to understand that rugby is a team sports where players have to be really "team players" and play together the whole
How to keep a team motivated to win? I am the coach of a successful football team, but over the time the players get satisfied and do not give their best in every game. How can I improve their long-term motivation to keep winning
Rotations!If there is one universal truth in football is that everyone wants glory, however, to achieve this one has to win and win and win... However, as humans we grow tired of it. Fortunately, in association football teams are made up of many players and as there is a starting lineup there is always
A couple weeks ago I accidentally blew away the previous 17 hours of changes to our live, production database.This is an always-on application with users around the globe, so the mistake was certain to have destroyed user-entered data.I didn't realize what
How does the concept of 'team' work in cycling? In other words, how do teammates help one another in cycling?
Before a race or stage a team will devise a strategy to get the result they want. On a flat stage they'll want to get their best sprinter to the line first, and in the mountains they will want their climbers or GC (general classification -- the overall race
I recently had worked in two startups, Viveka Health and Elite Networks. In Viveka Health, I and another developer created the whole product and gained much traction from the investors. I was the lead. I alone did 70% of the work. That is I alone created the whole of the product, kind
I currently have a team of hard working individuals, however, there are more team members than work that needs to be done. What do I do with excess team members? Should they be asked to leave?
Wow! Not a common circumstance. I would need a lot more context to answer, but will give it a shot anyway.If you are an early-stage startup & your
I've just been offered more team lead responsibilities on the job. It's not a big team, just 4 in total, but it's a start. What are some team leader qualities I should exercise in teams this small?
The best bits of advice I have had are: Remember that management/leadership is something you do for your team, and not to your team. Leaders go first. First to trust others, first to admit you made a mistake, first to build a bridge and solve a problem.Protect your team from organisational rain
If you are passionate about the work, then yes! No one liked me at my first engineering job. I was the youngest by 15 years, I was the only one with a graduate degree, and I was the only woman too. Worst of all, I tended to question
Some of the people at my work talk all day but I love to focus and get things done. My boss has mentioned he wants to give me my own team. But now I'm getting the feeling other team mates don't like me. What can I do?
One of the hardest things in life is accepting victory, that you won, that you succeeded. This seems odd one would think accepting defeat much more difficult but accepting victory may be just as difficult or under some circumstances more difficult. This is because
Teamwork makes dreamwork, right?Most definitely. But only if your team is actually strong, works towards a common goal and everyone pulls their weight.The dictionary defines the word ‘team' as a group of two or more people working together. Sure, that's easy enough. But having a