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Team Types Functional Cross Functional Virtual Self Directed
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Team Roles Leader Facilitator Coach Members
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Team Roles - Leader Provides direction to team members Clarity on the roles of team members Establishes ground rules for working with each other Ensures successful completion of team goal Preparing for and conducting team meetings Assigns roles to team members
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Team Roles - Facilitator Facilitator provides leadership to the team without formal authority to make decisions. Facilitator helps team understand the objective and support the team on how to achieve the objective.
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Team Roles - Coach Coach provides one to one support after training. Coach is the first person to be contacted if the team has an issue and needs help. GROW Model of Coaching GROW G - Goal What team wants to achieve R - Reality Current reality and challenges the team has O - Obstacles What stops team from achieving the goal. W Way forward Steps needed to be taken to achieve the goal
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Team Roles - Members Participate in team meetings Perform the tasks assigned to them Actively participate in brainstorming and idea generation
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Team Member Selection Selection Criteria Ability to influence Openness to change Required skillset Subject Matter Expertise Availability
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Team Success Factors Management support Clear goals Ground rules Timeliness
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Motivation Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy Herzberg’s Two Factory Theory Douglas McGregor Theory X and Y
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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Self Actualization Esteem Love and Belongingness Safety Physiological
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Herzberg's two-factor theory Hygiene Factors Motivators
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Douglas McGregor Theory X and Y Likes work Takes responsibility Creative Dislikes work To be directed Little creativity Theory X Theory Y
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Tuckman Model of Team Life Cycle Forming The forming stage occurs when team members first come together as a team. Storming During the storming stage, teams discover teamwork is more difficult than they expected. Norming The norming stage begins as the team moves beyond the storming stage and begins to function as a team. Performing When a team reaches the performing stage it is functioning as a high performance team.
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  • Spring '17
  • hgj
  • Management, Team Member Selection,  Facilitator,  Coach