A co-pilot named team spirit
One for all. And all for one.
Every race requires 100% focus by the entire team.
The pressure is enormous and to give 100% you have to know you can count on the others 100%. Usually, the Project 1 team spends breaks in the action at races and in the shop together, gathering strength for the next challenge.
One day every month, the team members meet at their headquarters for lunch where they celebrate the birthdays of members who have them that month. An annual highlight is an end-of-season party, at which they raise their glasses to the past season, but never drink and drive.
When it comes to being a team, Project 1 means business . . .
Regular workshops dealing with specific subjects support and strengthen Project 1’s cohesion. In addition, each is free to contribute at any time ideas, especially ones that motivate the others:
- Verbal exchange day: On this day, none of the Project 1 team sends emails to the other members, in order to encourage verbal discussion.
- Solution day: The day on which everyone thinks of ways to resolve issues before they mention them.
- Attentive day: A day when one is especially thoughtful of the others.