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    Not able to get adequate support from my team members

    I am working in a private firm. We are a team of 10 members working on a particular project. Recently I had a brilliant idea for the project but my boss insisted that I should have the support of the majority of team members for this idea to get implemented. But none of my team membres is ready to support me. What should I do in this situation?

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    Devi.career Array
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    Re: Not able to get adequate support from my team members

    Hello Friend,
    If you have some idea and you think that can be helpful for the productivity of the project then you should disclose it but better you do all your analysis on it just a mere idea wont take you somewhere just see whether that is practically feasible or not and your company have that infra to bring that into realisation. dont get demoralized from the first as team members are not supporting,this was the situation with many great personality so you just need to focus on it.carry out the strategy and when you think that you have all details to have a good change then approach your higher managements with the help of manager and prepare a PPT on it and give presentation and convey your message to the forum and if they approves you will be allowed to carry out your research with your team mates with company expenses.
    Thank You

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    Re: Not able to get adequate support from my team members

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am working in a private firm. We are a team of 10 members working on a particular project. Recently I had a brilliant idea for the project but my boss insisted that I should have the support of the majority of team members for this idea to get implemented. But none of my team membres is ready to support me. What should I do in this situation?
    Dear Aspirant,

    You should follow the instructions of your boss.When your boss has instructed to get the support from the majority of the members to implement your good idea for the projet & no one is cooperating you,so you should leave the matter here itself,because it is a team work & you can not do it alone.

    In this situations,you need to do the works as others & you should not take any more interest.If you find more difficulty,you can request the manager to change your team.You can choose some independent work.

    So see the situations & go ahead.

    Thanks & good luck.

    Ashok..

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    Re: Not able to get adequate support from my team members

    Hello,

    If you are not getting support from your team members, then you should look into your idea
    Find out the cause for their rejection.
    you may also ask them directly , why are they rejecting your ideas.

    It must be a case that your team members haven't understood your idea.
    Explain them thoroughly in a step wise manner or through flow chart

    Gain the trust of your colleagues , so that they listen to you carefully.
    Have self confidence, and explain them the benefits and good sides of your idea.

    You should first present your full idea to yourself and make sure are able to answer every question asked by the team members.So prepare a brief review your idea for the project.Do not skip any point by saying that it will be thought of later.

    Since, you will be working as a team,it is very important that you get full attention and coordination from your team members, so make sure that they agree to your brilliant idea. They will surely understand your creativity if it is worth it

    Good luck

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