Working independently

Working independently is the ability to work self-sufficiently on assigned tasks. You might receive direction on projects from a supervisor or manager, but they can then trust you to accomplish tasks with little to no supervision. Working independently can involve a sense of responsibility and self-reliance as you work to finish projects and assignments.

The following questions help you step back and think

Self management

Task & Time & Effort

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Input & Output

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Status Report

Use the following template 👇 (copy and paste to your instance message)

:information_source: Status Report
*Previous day*: 
*Today*: 
*Concerns*: 

💪 For concerns: Rise blockers, unresolved-dependency, questions, and help-me!

Slack

➕️ Private project-channel for teamwork

Response within 3 minutes, when-where you are mentioned

Avoid direct talk for team problems

🤖 Bot talks in a separate channels

  • Mention the relevant individual at the right time, let’s people connect, mentoring each other.

  • Encourage people to talk on channel

  • Monitor time to response, in case no response (5 minutes is enough )

  • Give URL for tutorials, let our mentee learns when project is not in critical situation.

Email

Email used formally official both external / internal Geek Hub for Confirmation, Announcement, Critical decision

Checks

✔️ Formal writing style. Recommended grammarly.com/email-writing-tips

✔️ Spell check

✔️ Correct To, Cc, Bcc

✔️ Subject line: GHS | [ProjectCode] | [Title]

✔️ Attachments

Meeting

Daily check calendar for scheduled meeting

When receive invitation: press Accept to add meeting to your calendar for later check/notification (or Decline; avoid Tentative|Maybe)

When it’s time

  • Start meeting 5 minutes early, check for network connection and devices settings.

  • Time box

  • Urgency and Important first

  • Follow agenda

You growth: 🍼 dependence → 🍽 independence → interdependence 🍻

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Team Dynamics

Basic team dynamics include:

  • Open communication to avoid conflicts.

  • Effective coordination to avoid confusion and the overstepping of boundaries.

  • Efficient cooperation to perform the tasks in a timely manner and produce the required results, especially in the form of workload sharing.

  • High levels of interdependence to maintain high levels of trust, risk-taking, and performance.

All these teamwork conditions lead to the team turning in a finished product. A way to measure if the teamwork was effective, the organization must examine the quality of the output, the process, and the members' experience. Specifically, the teamwork can be deemed efficient if: the output met or exceeded the organization's standard; if the process the team chose to take helped them reach their goals; and if the members are reporting high levels of satisfaction with the team members as well as the processes which the team followed.


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Created Sat, May 22, 2021 3:03 PM by Quân Walter
Updated Fri, Jun 24, 2022 2:36 AM by Quân Walter