Becoming an Effective Team Member

Tips on how you can be the best possible asset to your team!


Written by Lisa Orlando & Kelly Beard
We want all of the Penmarc Inspired Spaces network to feel the power of teamwork, and that starts with YOU. Whether you are working by yourself on a project or working with a partner, we are all a team working together to provide our clients the best service possible!

Complete Cruxos Tasks

On-Site and Over-Communicate

Working remotely in the field means dealing with natural barriers to collaboration and communication. Your support system (Client Installation Services and our network of coordinators) can better support your efforts and move towards solutions when you abundantly communicate. That is why completing Cruxos tasks while on-site is vital. It allows us to respond to your needs quickly.

Hold Yourself Accountable


Take responsibility for your mistakes and look for solutions. Understand how your actions impact the entire group. In doing so, you will learn from your errors and earn more respect from your team.

Be Flexible


Each project can bring new challenges or changes in scope. Flexibility in your role allows you to learn more, please the customer, and complete the job successfully. Look at every opportunity to learn, grow, and provide great customer service.

Have a Positive Attitude


Maintaining a positive attitude even during stressful times helps the customer, our client, and the rest of the Penmarc team. Take a deep breath when a challenge presents itself and look at the opportunity this challenge brings instead of its hardship. Your positive attitude will create a better atmosphere, a sense of accomplishment, and a healthier, more positive mindset.


Commit to the Team


Your commitment to the team, the process, and the goals will make you a great team player. This sort of positivity can radically increase morale and productivity.
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