MotivationStrategies - Motivation Strategies Hellena Johnson HCS\/370 Shirley Seward Motivation Strategy Part 1 Teamwork is the combined action of a

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Motivation Strategies Hellena Johnson HCS/370 Shirley Seward 2/06/2017
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Motivation Strategy Part 1: Teamwork is the combined action of a group of people. It is the team working towards a common goal. Teamwork is an important part of an effective workplace. Teamwork increases efficiency, enhances communication, and makes the workload easier for everyone. How Did You Develop Your Team in Week Two? I cannot say that we really developed our team. We were all assigned to be team members by our instructor. Week two was a pretty hectic week for our team. It was a very confusing week. We definitely could have done better as a team. Did You Require a Team Leader? I am not sure anyone decided to be team leader or if anyone stepped up and claimed the title. It seems that we could have used a team leader. If someone would have stepped up to the plate, I think things would have been better. I feel that in order for a team to run effectively, there should be a team leader. How Did You Divide the Workload? Dividing the workload was not so complicated. We do not have many people in our team. It seems we usually have more bullet points in our assignments than we do team members. We just divided the work evenly so that everyone had the same amount of questions and words to write. How Were Decisions Made in Your Group?
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Decisions were made in our group by basically just agreeing on things. Sometimes people just making decisions themselves without talking to others. At least, that is the way it seemed to me. I have to be honest and say that when I first started school and found out that there would be teams every week, I was not looking forward to it. Then I got to work in the teams and got used to it and I actually really enjoyed it. You get to experience the other team member’s opinions, learn new things, and it makes the workload easier. This is the first class I have been in where I have not enjoyed the team. I feel like that is a little harsh, but it just feels like the team I am in now does not care about the work, how well it is done, when it is done, etc.
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