I have come to hate the word "we".
It is a word that seems particularly used quite often in our modern, team oriented society. "We need to do this", "we need to get complete this", "we want this" - you would think from this that "we" tend to do all activities together.
Why have I come to hate it? Because it does not mean what it used to.
Once upon a time, "we" meant "us" - as in "all of us about whom I am speak". It was, in that sense, truly a "group" term. Now, more often than not, it seems "we" means "you".
"We need to do this" really means "you need to make sure that this happens". "We need to complete this" often means "this needs to be done, and I am sure not doing it." And "we want"? This actually more often means "I want, but it sounds less selfish if I say we".
It has become an absolution for responsibility. By saying "we" I absolve myself from having to take action. I have announced that action needs to be taken - but by speaking it and including you, I have effectively transferred the responsibility of the action off of me and onto you (see the now famous phrase "We talked about this, right?"
It a thing is we - truly as a group - then keep we. Otherwise, have the intellectually honesty to say "you". It will not make what is being suggested any more palatable or pleasant, but at least the desired party to take action will be quite clear.