The strength of group work


This is a story about The Arogant Corporal. Somewhere, group of soldiers was trying to lift a large branch of a tree from their way,but The Corporal just standing and instructing the soldiers,without gave a help. Suddenly, a stranger man  came with his hourse and said to the Corporal,“if you help them they will be able to move it”. The corporal assumed that it was not his job,and the soldiers should do it. Immediately ,The Stranger dismounted from his horse, and helped the group of the soldiers to move that tree. After moving it, the stranger mounted his horse and said to the Corporal, “Next time you need to move some heavy thing and if you need a help, call for the Commander-in Chief”. It was then that the men realized that the stranger was none other than George Washington – the first President of the United States, the Commander-in-Chief of the army.

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George Washington – the first President of the United States

Value    : Don’t assume if you are higher,and make you don’t want to help your subordinates in particular situation.

Source  : http://academictips.org/blogs/the-strength-of-group-work/

Posted by : Mar’atus Sholeha

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