units or sub teams f The reason for this is that larger numbers of people have

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units or sub teams f The reason for this is that larger numbers of people have trouble communicating effectively, often disagreeing on specific actions and outcomes. f Ten people are far more likely to work through their differences, agree to a common approach or plan and implement that plan. The simple logistics of a team larger than ten meeting is a complication
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12 WORKBOOK | © 2018 YOUNG RABBIT PTY LTD, AUSTRALIAN PACIFIC COLLEGE BSB61215 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF PROGRAM MANAGEMENT | TEAM EFFECTIVENESS_V1.3 Develop strategies Discuss Comments Long-term or short-term plans factoring in opportunities for team input Is your team willing to get involved with new ideas and to be part of a team environment to maybe question what has been in place for some time? f Some staff may approach all new ideas and innovative strategies in a totally negative manner that may not be in your power to resolve, so they need to be removed from the group The cynics f Distinguish between team cynicism and unwillingness f Cynics will point out the weakness and risks of a new idea which is helpful to measure how the group is doing in the overall assessment process Mentoring and ‘buddy’ systems to support team members in providing input Mentoring – Get involved f Share suggestions, ideas, solutions and proposals with your team members. f Take time to interact with other team members and accept their requests for more information or assistance. f You can establish trust and maybe there will be a time in the future when you will need some help or advice from them. Training and development activities f Put staff training into context and understand its role clearly f Assess the improvement effectiveness of any proposed training programs planned f Assess the training needs within a team f Evaluate the training model and assessment approach with participants Barriers to training include: f Money, time, relevance, ability
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13 WORKBOOK | © 2018 YOUNG RABBIT PTY LTD, AUSTRALIAN PACIFIC COLLEGE BSB61215 ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF PROGRAM MANAGEMENT | TEAM EFFECTIVENESS_V1.3 Strategies As discussed earlier in this session, it has been found that using a “process” such as a planning tool will focus attention when it comes to growing and developing your team to the next level. You can include several areas such as decision making and operational aspects of the work team on which to base your ‘strategic’ planning. This strategy review mentioned earlier, involves examining the following: f Well – Looking at what you do well as a team f Improve – Looking at what needs to be improved in your team. f Strategy – What strategy do you need to develop to improve your teamwork f How – Now that you have a strategy – how are you going to implement it into your team environment? Example Well Improve Strategy How Decision making Operational aspects
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