How did you feel about Jennifer's choice to leave her team?

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Post by BoyLazy » 20 Nov 2017, 11:53

kenkomercy wrote:I understood and sympathized with her. I however felt the timing was wrong. Should she had left after the mission, I would completely support her.
Timing was wrong for the team.
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Post by powergirl » 25 Nov 2017, 01:13

I felt sad but i understood that She knew what She was doing and what was the best for all and above all She wanted to accomplish her mission.
"To be or not to be that's the question" William Shakespeare

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Post by BoyLazy » 25 Nov 2017, 02:42

powergirl wrote:I felt sad but i understood that She knew what She was doing and what was the best for all and above all She wanted to accomplish her mission.
Have to do what's best for yourself first..
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Post by Christina Rose » 25 Nov 2017, 14:49

BoyLazy wrote:
powergirl wrote:I felt sad but i understood that She knew what She was doing and what was the best for all and above all She wanted to accomplish her mission.
Have to do what's best for yourself first..
While I agree that you have to look out for yourself, when you are the captain or leader of a team, you must also consider what is best for that team. All she really had to do was be honest about needing a break. The teammates could have prepared themselves.

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Post by BoyLazy » 26 Nov 2017, 10:15

Yolimari wrote:I was sympathetic towards her choice because I understood she suffered a lot due to the death of her partner. She had also done a lot for her people already. I could understand she needed a break or start over because of that. However, I also thought it was strange for her to leave them when they needed her the most. Their mission was of the utmost significance to save the Natural humans from the Syndos. Perhaps she could have taken her break or fresh start after finishing the mission.
Sometimes you have to do something no matter what. We are in a state of mind that we cannot think much about other.
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Post by Christina Rose » 27 Nov 2017, 03:46

BoyLazy wrote:
Yolimari wrote:I was sympathetic towards her choice because I understood she suffered a lot due to the death of her partner. She had also done a lot for her people already. I could understand she needed a break or start over because of that. However, I also thought it was strange for her to leave them when they needed her the most. Their mission was of the utmost significance to save the Natural humans from the Syndos. Perhaps she could have taken her break or fresh start after finishing the mission.
Sometimes you have to do something no matter what. We are in a state of mind that we cannot think much about other.
As a leader, you need to think straight, though. If you cannot, then you should speak up. It’s understandable. Everyone needs a break. But, you’ve got to communicate properly.

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Post by BoyLazy » 27 Nov 2017, 04:21

Christina Rose wrote:
BoyLazy wrote:
Yolimari wrote:I was sympathetic towards her choice because I understood she suffered a lot due to the death of her partner. She had also done a lot for her people already. I could understand she needed a break or start over because of that. However, I also thought it was strange for her to leave them when they needed her the most. Their mission was of the utmost significance to save the Natural humans from the Syndos. Perhaps she could have taken her break or fresh start after finishing the mission.
Sometimes you have to do something no matter what. We are in a state of mind that we cannot think much about other.
As a leader, you need to think straight, though. If you cannot, then you should speak up. It’s understandable. Everyone needs a break. But, you’ve got to communicate properly.
In real life, if your communication is good then mostly there will be no problems.
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Post by Christina Rose » 27 Nov 2017, 19:41

BoyLazy wrote:
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BoyLazy wrote: Sometimes you have to do something no matter what. We are in a state of mind that we cannot think much about other.
As a leader, you need to think straight, though. If you cannot, then you should speak up. It’s understandable. Everyone needs a break. But, you’ve got to communicate properly.
In real life, if your communication is good then mostly there will be no problems.
I agree. Problems would be kept to a minimum when possible.

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Post by BoyLazy » 28 Nov 2017, 06:04

Christina Rose wrote:
BoyLazy wrote:
Christina Rose wrote:
As a leader, you need to think straight, though. If you cannot, then you should speak up. It’s understandable. Everyone needs a break. But, you’ve got to communicate properly.
In real life, if your communication is good then mostly there will be no problems.
I agree. Problems would be kept to a minimum when possible.
Too much problem is not good for either side. The creator as well as the bearer. There is break point for everyone. No commynication can often create big disputes.
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Post by Izesicle » 29 Nov 2017, 01:17

There was some forewarning that she would do it but I didn't agree with her decision.

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Post by BoyLazy » 29 Nov 2017, 02:07

Izesicle wrote:
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There was some forewarning that she would do it but I didn't agree with her decision.
It is better to communicate earlier. But the time she left her team was definitely not right for her team.
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Post by Christina Rose » 29 Nov 2017, 10:52

Izesicle wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 01:17
There was some forewarning that she would do it but I didn't agree with her decision.
I don’t completely agree with her decision either. I think there was a better way to handle the situation, one that wouldn’t cause her teammates to assume she had died because she chose not to be honest about her thoughts.

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Post by pricessbianca28 » 29 Nov 2017, 20:15

BoyLazy wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:07
Izesicle wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 01:17
There was some forewarning that she would do it but I didn't agree with her decision.
It is better to communicate earlier. But the time she left her team was definitely not right for her team.
I agree but I guess leaving her team is not so urgent and pretend everything on her time travel on the 21st.

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Post by BoyLazy » 30 Nov 2017, 02:52

pricessbianca28 wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 20:15
BoyLazy wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 02:07
Izesicle wrote:
29 Nov 2017, 01:17
There was some forewarning that she would do it but I didn't agree with her decision.
It is better to communicate earlier. But the time she left her team was definitely not right for her team.
I agree but I guess leaving her team is not so urgent and pretend everything on her time travel on the 21st.
It was her decision and she considered leaving..which is right for her.
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Post by Medha Jha » 30 Nov 2017, 03:32

Leaving a team in need is always bad.

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