trust by sharing common experiences particularly if those experiences include a

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trust by sharing common experiences, particularly if those experiences include a challenging situation in which the team members are dependent on each other for success. You create trust through repeated,
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Running Head: Managing Ineffective Team Jerry Guzman consistent behavior over time. Team members must also be committed to achieving the team goals. Commitment comes from involvement, so get team members involved by taking meaningful action toward reaching team goals. Last, hold the team accountable for achieving these objectives. Define roles and assign responsibility for tasks and duties, then track progress toward achieving the goals. Tracking and reviewing progress is important for maintaining group and individual accountability. To create an effective team, set a big goal that excites people. The goal should be bigger than the problems individuals on the team could solve themselves. Effective sports teams set goals to win championships, and then they develop the skills necessary to win those championships. The same principle applies to work teams. By getting back to the basics and learning to pull together, you can transform low-performance teams into highly effective tools for reaching your company's goals.
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Running Head: Managing Ineffective Team Jerry Guzman References 1. Bragg, T. (1999). Turn around an ineffective team. IIE Solutions , 31 (5), 49.
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