Reflexive Essay about Buxton Tirp

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Reflective Essay about Buxton Trip
The aim of the reflective essay is to analyse the learning and experience obtained throughout the Buxton trip. The key skills attained throughout the trip might be characterized as Team work, Communication skills, Self-confidence, Time management and Leadership. I am happy that I had a chance to take part in this trip and examine the skills both as an individual and additionally as a member of a group. I have discussed about both the positive and negative factors that I came across and the steps that I have taken to enhance my confidence and cooperation with the assistance of my team members under the guidance of my tutors.
As we reached Buxton Palace, we were permitted to rest for a couple of minutes and were asked to combine together to examine our arrangements for whatever is left of our trip. We were separated into groups and our tutors introduced the timetable of tasks and venue. I had joined my group to examine our unique responsibilities in regards to the given tasks. At that point the greater part of our group were divided and given diverse parts to play. My role in the task is truly energizing as I was given a hint and asked to complete the task inside the specified time. I was asked to gather the information about the architecture of the Palace. I decided to make it by myself and reached my team after finishing my task. But after analysing the individual results among the team members, I have discovered that mutual distribution of work and shared coordination gives better outcomes (Bochner & Furnham, 1986).
I have discovered that the nature of the work for the most part depends on the factors like mutual cooperation and coordination, commitment, togetherness and team effort. ...

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