Many of my friends praised my ability to collaborate with members of a group work unison and inharmoniously.
A group task I have done in the past was on a crossword puzzle with a thousand letters, and out of those, only 250 letters were to be unused. I was to work with a group of five peers. It was one of the most challenging tasks I’ve ever had, but how we tackled made it the most exciting group activity ever done. To complete the objective, we needed to figure out how to make it work without wasting much time arguing. Therefore there had to be a leader. Due to my skills in managing a group project, I was chosen as the leader.
As the group leader, I devised a plan for constructing the crossword puzzle. The first thing I did was give everyone equal time to brainstorm, after which I had to listen to all of my peers’ ideas. After generating the available solutions, we chose the finest feasible choices to build the crossword puzzle that everyone was comfortable working with. Following that, we implemented and evaluated the answers, just like that we were done with our crossword puzzle. After completing that task, my classmates described me as an appreciative and active listener when it came to partnering with them, and they felt I am a creative problem solver.