Notes 14_Teamwork

Notes 14_Teamwork - MIII People Management Part 4 Team...

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IELM120 1 MIII People Management Part 4 – Team Effectiveness
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IELM120 2 Have you ever wondered why migrating geese fly in a V formation? … people who share a common direction and sense of community can get where they are going quicker and easier than those who try to go it alone. Like geese…
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IELM120 What is a team? Team a group of people who are collectively accountable for definable outcomes 3
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IELM120 The Five Disciplines of High- Performing Teams 4 High-Performance Teams Complementary Skills Small Size Shared Purpose Mutual Accountability Productive Team Norms
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IELM120 Question? What is the ideal size for a high-performance group? A. 1-2 B. 3-5 C. 5-8 D. 12-15 5
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IELM120 Competence + Diversity A mix of complementary skills These include technical or functional expertise, problem-solving and decision- making skills, and interpersonal skills. Successful teams rarely have all the needed skills at the outset —they develop them as they learn what the challenge requires. 6
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IELM120 The Tortoise and The Hare 7
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IELM120 Teamwork 8
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IELM120 Shared Purpose and Performance Objective 9 Have a clear understanding of the goals to be achieved Outcome-based goals Describe the specific outcomes by which success will be
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