Poor working conditions (organisational problems)

Something that can help prevent organisational problems is for all logistical arrangements to be made in writing and in detail, because makes it more likely they will be honoured. Unforeseen situations are still possible though. Poor working conditions cause frustration among the group and the team. It is bound to bother everyone if it is too cold, too hot or too noisy in the workroom, but this need not necessarily be detrimental to the course of the training. Taking a bit of time to jointly complain and joke about circumstances that are beyond our control can, like any other common experience, be conducive to group cohesion. It comes down to how we deal with this external factor and whether we rally together to withstand it or not.