Mistakes happen. It's not personal. Learn how to stop dragging around emotional baggage by forgiving your team membersâ€”and yourself.
- Your final responsibility to your teammates…is to forgive them when they stray.…Nobody's perfect and mistakes will happen,…especially if people are pushing themselves…and taking risks in order to strive to be great.…So the thing is to realize that…mistakes happen, it's not personal.…Conflicts and problems can happen…because people's personalities vary.…Not everyone can have everything they want…in a team situation or because time is often short…and communication's the first thing that gets reduced…when of course it's one of the most important.…
Maybe they didn't tell you…about some part of the plan.…Maybe you got left out.…Maybe a decision was made when you weren't there.…Maybe they weren't very diplomatic…about telling you that your idea wasn't very good.…These things will happen,…and a good team player will let them go.…Dragging around emotional baggage…just slows you down.…So as long as you can feel that what happened to you…is just chance and it's not going to be a habit…or that the process is being improved for next time,…
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- Getting the job done
- Dividing up the work
- Cultivating communication
- Handling conflict
- Delivering reliably
- Playing more than one role
- Using your strengths and dealing with your weaknesses