Continuing training and coaching as collaborations work can provide encouragement during the process. Also, allotting time for the teams to meet outside of the direct patient care will allow members to help set agendas and evaluate progress and address issues. Providing incentives and recognition to effective collaborations also play roles in building successful teams (Taplin, Foster, & Shortell 2013). The organization can also aid in developing efficient workflows and set clear team rules. Also, it is important for team members to be involved in decisions that affect their team.
UNIT 513 POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR INDIVIDUALS Dear shell i have thrown this together quickly so it may not be too good but hopefully will be ebough xxxx 1. As a manager it is vital that i support my staff team to achieve and demonstrate desirable outcomes with and for the people they support in whatever capacity.By outcomes I mean the specification of the differences that are intended to result from a given activity. 2. Approaches to outciome based practise should be open and transparent, it should involve all of the people supporting the person and the person should be in the centre of it all. Taking into account the opinions of others and listeneing properly to their input will encourage a healthy team and also give the person involved control of whos and what input they would like in their support.
There are many reasons for conflict, and because of this there are many different ways to deal with conflict depending on the situation. In situations of conflict that is created by misunderstanding it is most likely easier and more efficient to use problem-solving as a resource to solve the conflict. This means that the group or team gets together face-to-face in order to solve the conflict and because of this it is easier to reach a resolution. Another situation that can lead to conflict can be a lack of resources needed for the group or team to work efficiently. This can be resolved by the expansion of resources.
This will save time in the long run, which should encourage most employees despite their initial frustration with the management system change. A series of training and preparation with individualized tutorials might mitigate some anticipated resistance. Inadequate communication may also cause resistance. Management will make the major decisions with regard to the scheduled change; it is their obligation to clarify these decisions to subordinates within the company. Management is also expected to properly handle the inevitable questions and grievances; it is important to avoid misinterpretation regarding the procedural
Ensure that there is a team leader that is willing and able to lead the group to success and is willing to accept the help from other team members should they need any, the team leader should listen to the group and take their thoughts an opinions on board as with this the team will be more successful and have better outcomes. The effectiveness of the group is formed and maintained by the group working together and having an input on all tasks and goals that they are aiming for as this helps to build team work and trust within the group. 1.3 Different facilitation styles may influence the group dynamics by helping them work together harder, it may help to ease tension within the group and help tasks be completed quicker. Different facilitation styles could be to spilt the group into smaller groups, giving them each a separate task to work on to complete the task quicker, it can also influence the group lifecycle, the group lifecycle starts with brainstorming, transforming that brainstorm work onto paper, and then forming it into work ready to present. Having different facilitation styles can influence the group lifecycle by giving them different ways of brainstorming, such as a group brainstorm and individual brainstorming, and having individual formed work so
Members of the team have confidence in themselves and have a positive attitude; this only motivates them to achieve the common plan and purpose. | The team maybe letdown when they are unable to accomplish small success, which could affect their ability to complete larger goals. Should team members lack vital skills, this may inhibit the team from being as successful as they thought. | Mental modelsTeam share the same vision on how the work will be completed | Successful team has collectively shared their vision, knowledge and how the work will be accomplished. Involving team members in discussion on their perspectives and expectations will help build agreement with the group and provides an accurate mental model.
In addition, it helps to identify the objective of the group work; this means that the individual will have an aim to meet although there may arise a lot of arguments, but because they know and by understanding the behaviours in the storming stage, it can help the group to work quickly in the forming stage. This means that because the group knows there will be arguments because each individual has different ideas and opinions it will allow them to quickly conquer these differences so that they can go to the forming stage and re-establish these differences of opinions so that everyone in the group is pleased. Also once, you have established that your group is in the norming stage everyone in the group will have a particular role to take part in .The performing stage is frequently achieved by a group leader. In addition, if there is a leader in a health and social care establishment the practitioners will be constantly and continuously reminded to work together this way they will all feel that they have a purpose in their job that they do. This will also ensure that there is low staff
I could find it hard to accept other staff members values and beliefs, and feel mine are the right ones. 2.1. Constructive feedback gives people the chance to develop within there role if its needed. If the feedback is good then the person will feel good and confident, but could take offence to constructive feedback. In my setting we have regular supervision with the team leader who will give constructive and good feedback.
This means that I too provide the necessary tools for my employees to succeed, however, I do follow through to ensure that no employee is falling behind in any of their tasks and responsibilities. I choose to focus on the positives and strengths instead of the negatives and the weaknesses. Many managers in my current firm do not take the proper time to shape their employees to be successful. I believe that the extra time that is spent training each employee, will yield higher and more positive results in the long run. By spending extra time with each employee also shows care and respect for each person.
The rules and policies help to keep the team on track, and eliminate ambiguities. In order for a team to act as expected of them, everyone must be participating in the creation of a solution. Each member of staff is essential to the team’s success and when a task is given, each member is expected to know their job and sets out to put their fair share of the effort. A feeling of open communication should be between all staff members to enable them to communicate effectively. Staff should not talk behind each other’s back as respect should be developed among team members that necessitates direct and open communication on all issues that might