It is better to have one person working with you than three people working for you.
—DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
You may wonder whether there is any difference between a “group” and a “team.” It’s a good question. The following works for me when either a group or a team asks for my help.
A group is made up of two or more individuals who have one or more specific common interests, and who may or may not share a mission, vision, and values or have a shared identity as a group. They may come together for one specific reason, such as a specific event or to accomplish a particular task. Examples could be people marching together for a cause, volunteers collecting toys for kids during the holidays, a classroom, ...