The mission statement is a written statement that states your team’s purpose and helps to inspire and motivate your team; the vision statement takes this one step further and looks at the desired future for your work team. Having the teams input into these goals and objectives helps give the team members ownership and a sense of belonging to the team. When the team’s goals are set, they need to have a certain criteria that must be met to make them a realistic goal. They must be clear, concise, have a set time frame, and most importantly, be measurable. These goals need to link with the organisations goals and KPI’s to help create a more efficient workplace.
Unit 501 Use and develop systems that promote communication (SHC51) 1. Be able to address the range of communication requirements in own role. 1.1 Review the range of groups and individuals whose communication needs must be addressed in own job role Individuals who have communication problems need support to enable them to express their selves effectively. It is important for me, in my role as a team leader, to be aware of the individuals preferred method of communication and also to support the individual to use their preferred method. Individuals have the right to communicate through their chosen method and their choice should be respected by supporting them.
* Uncompromising integrity * High energy * Good at working priorities * Courageous * A committed and dedicated hard worker * Unorthodox and creative * Goal orientation * Inspired and contagious enthusiasm * Staying level headed * A desire to help others grow and succeed. 2 Describe a person you have looked up to as a positive role model. What qualities did you admire? What made them a suitable role model? What did you learn from them?
Which provides and clarifies employees their new responsibilities, outcomes and most important individual performance. Feedback should be practiced for each individual employees via meetings, or other devices to reinforce team performance and effectiveness with intention of providing motivation for team 2. Why is encouraging participation in the planning, decision making and operational aspects of the team's work important for developing team cohesion, and what role does feedback play in doing this. Offering feedback and reinforcements is important because it commends and offers opportunities to review and reward its members for their contribution, and the standard of cooperation to the work produced. Investing feedback in developing team cohesion is vital for the teams dynamics to work, because it inhibits or enables employees to be more productive.
3). Human resources’ goal and strategy is to provide the employee impartial treatment, evaluations that prove fairness with consistency in support of creative talent through continued training and development. Support demonstrated to employees encourages good “attitudes towards authority, norms of interpersonal interaction, labour–management relationships, social norms of individual or group behaviour, and [respected] professional standards” according to Harzing & Ruysseveldt (2010, p. 22). This becomes central to the success of an organization and the creation of stakeholders believing and entrusting the value of the organization. The alignment of human resources’ strategy with the organizations, balances the strength of LG among its global
The stability in the classroom is necessary to meet basic needs of students. I believe firmly that if basic human needs are not met then there is no hope for curricular learning to take place. The student needs to be comfortable to learn. To correct a behavior that is already in progress prevention can also be a method of attack. The key is to discover the antecedent and change it, remove it, or take action to create a new one.
Benefits to the team members - stretch talents, increasing of motivation, increasing of job satisfaction, opportunities for creativity, feeling of belonging to the organisation 1.2 Describe how to give feedback constructively Constructively giving feedback - building of relationships, reinforcing of good behaviour, improving undesirable behaviour How to give feedback - have a clear purpose for feedback, use appropriate timing (routine, non routine), feedback in private, give specific examples, focus on behaviour rather than the person, ensure feedback is practical, give clear actions, check understanding, balance positive and negative feedback, offer support 1.3 Explain conflict management techniques that may be used to resolve team conflicts Sources of team conflicts can be: Interparsonal - conflict between two or more members of the team, due to personality, values, behaviour or attitude Task-based conflict - the goals or expectations are unclear or unrealistic Techniques of solving conflicts are for example joint problem solving, active listening, tough on problem not the people, review own leadership, use conflict management process Listening to both sides Analyse events, identify causes Identify
These characteristics include: authenticity, using adversity to advantage, persistence, learning from one’s mistakes, focusing on positive thoughts, other-centeredness, and seeing, recognizing, and seizing opportunities. A good follower should also be loyal, understanding, have good listening skills, effective, efficient, and communicative. “Followership can be defined as the willingness to cooperate in working towards the accomplishment of the group mission, to demonstrate a high degree of teamwork and to build cohesion among the group” (leadership.uoregon.edu). In order for a leader to have followers, one needs to have followership. There are many
To be effective the program manager must create an atmosphere conductive to teamwork and have the following characteristics that were reference from Kerzner page 149: • Team members committed to the program • Good interpersonal relations and team spirit • The necessary expertise and resources • Clearly defined goals and program objectives • Involved and supportive top management • Good program leadership • Open communication among team members and support organizations • A low degree of detrimental interpersonal and intergroup conflict At this point Tim needs to work on his team building skills to create an atmosphere to get his employees to communicate with each other, understand the prime objective of the project and to get them committed to the project. Organizational skills
Advice on Effective Team Work * The team understands the goals and is committed to attaining them. This clear direction and agreement on mission and purpose is essential for effective teamwork. This team clarity is reinforced when the organization has clear expectations for the team's work, goals, accountability, and outcomes. * The team creates an environment in which people are comfortable taking reasonable risks in communicating, advocating positions, and taking action. Team members trust each other.