Active listening listen to each other with an open

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Active Listening – Listen to each other with an open mind; no interruptions Accountability – Be responsible for your actions without blaming others Communication – Share knowledge, information, and experience with the team E. Summary of individual member strengths and weaknesses (self-assessed) Members Individual areas of strength (e.g., good writer, editor, researcher, organizer, communicator, technology- adept, etc.) Growth areas for teamwork (e.g., limited team experience, tend to "take charge and want to be in control," writing weakness, inexperienced editor, etc.) Victoria Pearlman Good writer, editor, and researcher. Limited virtual teamwork experience, limited financial experience. Ikenna J Dike Researcher, organizer, communicator. Limited in excel. Kiana Harvey Creativity, Communicator Technology (Note: Honest self-assessment is important. You will want to use this information to help you distribute the work in a way that leverages your individual and team advantages.)
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F. Team conflict management plan Explain what you will do when conflicts arise, as they inevitably do, especially during the storming stage of team development. Include the circumstances that would lead you to ask for faculty intervention and the method to be employed should this be necessary. Note that intervention by a third party, either in the form of mediation or arbitration, poses potential risks for team bonding. If an intervention becomes necessary, faculty will rely only on materials posted in the team's discussion area. Faculty reserve the right to assign individual grades if there is
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  • Spring '14
  • Conflict, researcher, Ikenna J Dike, Kiana Harvey

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