The findings of extensive research on what makes a team effective, show that teams that have the talents and skills to manage themselves, do better. This means that having a domineering manager doesn’t necessarily lead to consistent and better performance; it’s the organizational support that makes a difference. Therefore, a good manager should support or balance the talents of the individuals to work together in harmony so that the team ends up managing itself.
Use these tips in other questions, such as the academic task 1 questions .
Your challenge may have hurt your academic achievement at first, but there’s a good chance you used what you learned by dealing with that issue actually ended up helping your academic achievement somehow. If this is the case, include that!
In addition to naming strengths related to a specific subject, students can list general strengths such as project management, communication, organization, critical-thinking and goal setting skills, as these are important in all fields of academic studies. Naming specific projects where students utilized these skills and linking them to the desired field of study can be beneficial. In the end, students should stay positive to show that their strengths will help them succeed in the field and that their weaknesses won't be a hindrance.
7. Do not use the phrase “In my thesis, [title], I argue that…” It bears repeating that your thesis is, as such, irrelevant to an employer, but the skills and experience (and, in some cases, the knowledge) you have gained while working on it may indeed be relevant. Many graduate students have trouble not focusing on their theses, but its title and other details normally belong on a résumé, not in a job letter. Focusing on the thesis as the unit of meaning and importance is a sign to an employer that you are focusing on the habits and values of your old workplace rather than the one you hope to join.