Reasons You Should Be Planning Events as a Team – Part 2
11. Makes Your Event Unique
By combining the knowledge and expertise of several members of a team will ensure that each event is unique but it also defines your company. Not everyone shares the same passions and tastes so it’s important to consider what others might require from your event rather than just relying on your own likes and dislikes. By working in a team you can create a brand with themes and ideas that represent your diversity and cooperation which translates into future events and builds a strong event identity.
12. Boosts Productivity
Working in a small team can promote day-to-day productivity by playing to strengths and abilities. Everyone has their own area of expertise so they will be able to work independently, with fewer distractions and reduced stress as they will be in their familiar environment. As long as you keep communication active and up-to-date, then organisation shouldn’t be an issue when planning an event.
13. Great for Fixing Mistakes
The difference between outstanding world class companies and average performers is how well they react to problems when they arise. And, more importantly, how well these problems are dealt with and how quickly. The more eyes you have working on a project, the more likely it is to spot these problems in a timely manner and fix them with minimal confusion.
14. Takes The Pressure Off
Knowing that a colleague has your back – as you have theirs – brings comfort in itself. Having someone else understand what you are going through – even if they can’t directly help, but are simply with you – can lead to very unusual, lasting friendships. Although people have different ways of working – some like to get things out of the way as quickly as possible while other take time to mull things over – an individual’s approach to a task is secondary to the task itself. Working in a team might mean you’re working at a pace that is unnatural for you. But with an empowered team sharing transparent goals to defined deadlines, all pulling in the same direction, individuals can work within their remit at a time, pace and location that best suits them. This can be a tough adjustment for a new team player but the reality is, the method an individual takes is largely irrelevant. As long as it’s respectful, ethical and can be made transparent, focus on the output and celebrate diverse personalities and ways of working. Different is OK, it’s 2016!
15. Boosts Career Prospects
Showing that you can work as part of a team is vital to most employers. While showing you can do a lot yourself may make things more cost-effective, being stressed and struggling to hit deadlines is not going to save money in the long run. Working as a team broadens your range of skills from deepening your understanding of a particular subject area via practical activities to developing interpersonal, leadership and motivational skills. You will be more aware of strengths and weaknesses that will be invaluable when looking to further your career. Working in a team also gives employees a greater sense of belonging and of recognition, which helps them take more pride in their work, and their company.
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