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TeamGuildlines - GUIDELINES FOR LEADERS GUIDELINES FOR...

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GUIDELINES FOR LEADERS The leader is the moderator, question- asker and facilitator, not the expert. The functions of the leader are to create a comfortable learning environment, to ask questions and to tie knots (with good summary questions or statements.) Encourage everyone to participate and try to be sure that everyone on the team understands. Ask the team, “What do the rest of you think?” or “What else can be added? or “Is anyone not following what we did?” Silence is not tantamount to understanding. Make sure everyone is following along. Receive all answers graciously. Do not criticize or embarrass any member of the team or their ideas. If necessary, ask “In which page did you find that?” or “How does that fit in with the discussion?” Try to gently guide the discussion to the correct answers. If tangents arise, ask, “Does that get addressed in this section?” or “Let’s write that down and hold it until later.” Discourage members who are too
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course BMGT 340 taught by Professor White during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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TeamGuildlines - GUIDELINES FOR LEADERS GUIDELINES FOR...

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