Essay on Team work

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team work

The Organization that I use to work with, and that picked for my case study is on the
United States Marine Corps. While serving in the corps we had an arrival of a new infantry
Sergeant, Staff Sergeant Jordan. In my platoon we had people of all different cultures and
ethnicity. Staff Sergeant Jordan was brought to our platoon because we had a hard timework
together. All the Hispanics hung out with the Hispanics, African Americans hung out with
the African Americans and all the Caucasians hung with each other. The problem he faced
was getting these groups of people to melt together into a team.


He called all 40 Marines in the same room together. Then everyone was asked to sit next to
a person that they never spoke to before. I remember looking at the body language, nervous
smiles, and superficial conversations made it clear that most of us never interacted with
others outside our social circles.


SSGT. Jordan first goal was to get everyone on the same page of music. We all needed a
common goals and vision. He told us that with a vision we could start to mix to form the
glue that binds a team together.


We then all split into group of fours. I told them that they had to pick 4 people that
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