his is the first opportunity for team members to meet each other, discuss their roles and responsibilities, and establish a working relationship.
It was the first opportunity for team members to introduce themselves, share their backgrounds and expertise, and get to know each other.
The Team Captain & Vice Captains discussed the project objectives, timelines, and expectations. We also gave the opportunity to clarify any questions or concerns that team members head.
Team members should discuss their roles and responsibilities, and make sure they understand what is expected of them. This is also an opportunity to identify any areas of overlap or confusion.
The first gathering is also an opportunity for team members to bond and start building a strong working relationship. This can be achieved through activities such as team-building exercises, group discussions, or simply having a meal together.
In conclusion, the first gathering of a team is a critical step in building a strong and effective team. By considering the criteria mentioned above during the selection process, and by having a well-planned first gathering, We set the foundation for a successful project.