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members understand the steps required to complete a project. You have to know where your work is leading, and you have to understand the amount of work that must be completed within the prescribed timeline. D. N/A E. Brainstorm and identify some guidelines that you would suggest teams follow for each of these categories: • Team member participation in the project • Team member conduct (or behavior) • Communicating among project members (including communicating status and problems) • Holding meetings
RUNNING HEAD: Team Building at Global Green Books Publishing Elyssa Edwards To encourage team member participation in projects, I would advise there to be incentives like a reward system for doing one’s part in team projects. Guidelines for team member participation should include thresholds for number of hours put in, qualifications for hand-offs if the members are part-time, standards for performance, and thorough training for any tasks that could cause a struggle. For team member behavior, I would make guidelines that include mandatory team building activities, MBTI knowledge and understanding of one’s personality, and quick conflict resolution. Guidelines on communication include prompt response to emails, required cooperation and compromise, awareness and communication about any potential issues, and attentiveness to management announcements and emails. Finally, guidelines for meetings include prompt and constant attendance, interactiveness and attentiveness, and willingness to compromise and communicate.

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