I am a team leader and have had extensive training in the use of microsoft excel. I am a self-starter, able to complete jobs quickly and correctly, and would do well in a detail-oriented position. I have had analytical experience through my Psychology major and have had classes pertaining to nothing other than statistical reasoning and reporting.
In my case it was more of a problem that 3 of us had with 1 person in a specific project. But we organized a team meeting, talked to the guy, and established a process to work smoothly and without problems.
Breathe. Always remember to breathe and remember that hard work and dedication with get you where you need to be. Just breathe, take a walk, and let positive energy fill up your lungs when you take a deep breath.
I am an excellent problem solver, as you know I have 3 children. One 11, one 10, and a year old so every day is a constant battle on how I am going to get the kids to get along with all three of them playing a game. I've brain stormed a million and one things and what it came down to was sitting them down and talking it out. Ideas of what needs to change, and encouraging these two or three to just try and give a little and give a little to the other one and take turns, say please and thank you, so no one takes anything the wrong way, and we can always work threw these with a little practice. and leave the personal outside in the car...but make sure to drop it as much as they can, so we can all enjoy our day, and get past it. :)
I stated that I was a mentor in the past and that I would approach the issue by not pushing my experience around and try to help out when the younger staff ventured into new areas. Offer my help when it seemed to be wanted not needed.