DB5, Part 1 - Barnes - 1 Teams and Feedback This paper...

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1 Teams and Feedback This paper reviews styles and methodologies applicable to managing and leading teams. Teams increase quality and problem solving results, but they often incur conflict and power struggles in the process (Satterlee, 2009). Psalm 133:1 captures the mood of effective teamwork: “how wonderful and pleasant it is when brothers live together in harmony!” (New International Version). Team cohesion increases performance, thus leaders should give special attention for mitigating the negative aspects that frequent teams. The servant leadership approach can overcome a team’s interpersonal struggles. Olivier (2009) states, “Jesus of Nazareth urged his followers to be servants first” (p. 3). Olivier explains that servant leadership “is the duty of a leader to serve followers … helping them develop their potential and deliver their best” (p. 3). Note that servant leadership is not succumbing to a team’s every demand, but rather guiding and facilitating (Satterlee, 2009). “Guidelines to
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2011 for the course MKG 2300 taught by Professor Perez during the Spring '10 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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DB5, Part 1 - Barnes - 1 Teams and Feedback This paper...

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