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Teams, technology and obstacles

Or why for me collaboration with Nozbe has never really worked so far.

Lonely geniuses

„Pastors are like artists“ – said once a colleague to me. Presumably it implied that geniuses are lonely.
A German proverb says a lot about the willingness to cooperate in my profession:

Blessed are the legs that stand at the altar alone.
What means: two pastors is one too many 😉

The Holy Spirit as a translator

Indeed the 2000-year-old Pentecost story tells us what matters: that people from different cultures can share the same vision and communicate with each other!
One can not really wish for a better mission statement for cooperation – and just the secular field teaches us the importance of teamwork. And bet on the spirit of the community – swarm intelligence.

Nozbe as an attempt

Often I’ve already tried to get colleagues to work on projects with the help of Nozbe – whether the hurdle „technology“ was the real reason – or whether „can not“ as so often lives in the „Will not“ street – who knows …
In any case, I find it excellent that nozbe was and is designed to collaborate right from the start – even with people without a nozbe account.

Nozbe-how

Another dimension comes into play through the Nozbe-How templates: I am able to participate in other people’s best practices, to be inspired by their knowledge – a great example of generosity.
Nozbe and collaboration – I never give up!

Von Michael Kamutzki

Pfr. Michael Kamutzki, geb. 1971
Studium der Theologie und Gerontologie
Ausbildung zum ehrenamtlichen Sterbebegleiter und in Integrativer Validation
Lehrtätigkeit an Berufsschulen für Altenpflege
Vorträge zum Thema Demenz und Seelsorge
Pfarrer in der ev. Kirchengemeinde Schwerte - Arbeitsschwerpunkt Seniorenarbeit.
Seit 2018 Pfarrer am Eduard-Spranger-Berufskolleg Hamm.