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In our finance dept, our director assigned us based on our professional background and work experiences.
How are tasks usually divided into your project teams?
teamwork is very very important in every business. if the boss plans an event with our team members they usually divide work and send emails to the best colleague.
When we divided into groups to work on a project, we must raise a leader from us to plan the tasks and give them to the group members, and if anyone has an idea or something to add, it is announced to all the members and see the opinions .
It's a good opinion to divide the work as you think.
trying to be a good leader rather than a good manager
Hello, I've a question about how to practise texts like this. The problem is, there are lots of information so is it wrong to find and read some sentences again to answer the questions bellow or is it best to read the text just once and then to answer the questions below ? Because it's almost impossible for me to memorize all of these informations in the text by reading it just one time.
It's really difficult to say what is best for you without knowing you better, but in general I'd encourage you to experiment with how you approach pages like this one. It sounds as if you've already done this -- you find it difficult to complete the questions if you've only read the text once, and so you've gone back and read them again to try to find the answers. That is perfectly natural and I expect many other users do the exact same thing.
If you are able to read a text and then answer all of the questions without looking back, that may be a sign that you could perhaps try a more difficult text, i.e. one at the B2 level instead of the B1. And if you find that you get the answers to many questions wrong even after reading the text two or three times, perhaps you should try A2-level pages for some time and then come back to this one.
If you are working at the right level, the tasks should be challenging, but not impossible. It sounds to me as if you are in the right place.
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when i have a group presentation I always take on the task of making slides on pp and looking for documents.
When we plan a project team, we always end up with one guy doing everything and the rest paying the bills.
I usually divided my time into timetable and I makes it convenient for me. I devide my task into hours and doing it with great effort.