Week 7 JGR Fantasy Team

JGR Fantasy Team Roles

Read these role descriptions to prepare for selecting your JGR Fantasy Team.

· Logistics: This person is responsible for coordinating the nuts and bolts of the event: from scheduling to arranging travel to making sure there’s food on the table at lunchtime… just to name a few! The logistics person needs to be able to multitask and be organized, proactive, efficient, polite, and calm under pressure. They must anticipate all the needs of the day while at the same being able to adjust and resolve any unexpected problems. It’s a challenging role, but tremendously satisfying for the right person.

· Budgeting: This is the numbers job, the person responsible for keeping track of all the costs of the event and making sure expenses do not exceed the amount of funds in the budget. This person needs to have excellent math skills as well as being precise and detail-oriented. They may be called upon to problem-solve financially, so they cannot be too rigid in their approach to situations, but at the end of the day, they need to be a stickler for numbers.

· Programming: This person is in charge of what participants take away from the event. They will research, write and plan the activities for the small group team-building sessions, as well as determine who will be the keynote speaker and what that person should speak about. The programming head needs to be a creative thinker who can come up with interesting, relatable and practical ideas that will make the event worthwhile and memorable.

· MC/Host: This person is the “face” of the event. They will be manning the microphone beginning with the introduction at the start of the day, and guiding participants from one activity to the next with clear, concise direction. This person should be a “people person” and enjoy interacting with the public, and an excellent communicator, able to speak off the cuff in a smart, clear way — even if something during the event shifts last-minute.

JGR Employee Profiles

You will select from the 10 candidates described here and in the Week 7 Strayer Talk, Building Your Team: Finding the Right Balance. Robin Lambe, Executive Assistant. Her  strengths: detail oriented, loves working with people, dedicated. Her challenges: being a big picture thinker, public speaking. Scott "Scooter" Crowell, Facilities Technician. His strengths: extroverted, people person; detail oriented; public speaking His challenge: multitasking. Ben "Opie" Fischbeck, Finish Fabricator. HIs  strengths: trustworthy, dedicated, focused,  people person. His challenges: big picture thinking; public speaking; quick numbers, solutions. Kim Rhodes, Senior HR Generalist. Her strengths: detail oriented, good with numbers, good under tight deadlines. Her challenges:  coming up with creative ideas, public speaking. Mike Engstrom, Manager, production. His strengths: organized, dedicated, versatile. His challenges: focus, on-the-spot decisions. Teri Joyce, Director, travel. Her strengths: communication, detail-oriented, critical thinking. Her challenges: over-thinking, public speaking. Tyler Deburn, IT Technician. His strengths: honest, troubleshooting, problem-solving, public speaking. His challenges: organization, patience. Toby Bigelow, Machinist, mechanic: Xfinity. His strengths: big picture thinker, creative, detail-oriented, logical thinker. Her challenges: introverted, public speaking. Glenn Hallett, CNC Machinist. His strengths:  detail oriented, big picture thinker, multi-tasking. His challenges: new technology, public speaking, name recall. Joey Bray, MX Suspension Tech. His strengths: positive, encouraging personality; efficiency; problem solving; fast learner. His challenges: nervous in spotlight, self-critical, perfectionist.

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