Emma fell into the role of team leader which consisted of assigning tasks, assessing progress, and co-ordinating the team. There was a responsibility to keep the team focused and organised as well as always taking care not to be too controlling. Delegation is vital when working in a team and so, the workload was shared among all members. Collaboration is a major part of teamwork also, therefore, it was important to us that each member contributed both evenly and equally. We distributed the tasks according to the strengths of each member; establishing clear guidelines and also setting out clear expectations in doing so.
An effective team -Is a one where the team members, including the patients, communicate with each other, as well as merging their observations, expertise and decision-making responsibilities to optimize patients’ care. Understanding the culture of the workplace and its impact on team dynamics and functioning will make a team member a good team player. Effective Communication -This is crucial for the teamwork success. The team prioritizes and continuously refines its communication skills.
ASSESMENT 4 YOUTH PRACTISE Information must be distributed internally and externally so it can increase co-workers and relevant personnel effectiveness and knowledge, its vital to keep everybody well informed to all current and new information and all changes. Gathering accurate reliable, relevant information is the goal of your organisation to ensure quality care for clients and co-workers. Sending information goes two ways when you send information you need to make sure it’s received and understood the way intended, making sure you also receive the message that’s also sent out to you as communication goes both ways. Being aware of different cultures and expectations is very important as culture is a sensitive topic, researching all cultures
He did not make it a piece of paper without a guidance to form all the key decisions. He determined and communicated the organization strategic direction. Dr. kibirige make decision and guides employees to help him shape the strategic vision. He do describe it in a clear, engaging and exciting way for all the stakeholders. Al the employees in the company understand how the direction affects their job, and daily responsibilities.
With that focus in mind, it then becomes imperative to have a well-developed performance metric that outlines key categories that have an immense impact on everyone working in this organization. After the categories are established, then the evaluation can use a ranking system to demonstrate the proficiency or effectiveness of the employee in any specific
IDEO employees have started a regular habit of writing and filming ideas and solutions, and with the advent of their public help site, IDEO.org, others can join to offer solutions and suggest challenges. Supporting and requiring this kind of organic communication will be healthy for the organization and may strengthen the connections among people working across the globe. Every employee should be afforded time to create and review these types of documents in order to help keep people connected and
I believe that one lesson I learned from George Washington will definitely help my Challenge team and the ICORE Case team, which is showing care and respecting everyone in the team no matter what his or her role is, and trying to find a solution that contains everyone’s idea. I also know from Lombardi that once the whole team has agreed on a set of rules, it is important for everyone to follow the rule to keep everything in order. Then all team members will have a strong and connected relationship, which is helpful to bring our project to a higher level, since we all contribute to the
She understood that the importance of honest, open conversations which encourages discussions, reasoning and decision making. In return, I always confide in her for advices. This is vital and can be apply in workplace. If one can create a working environment with open communication and trust, I believe it will raise the emotional aspect of all staff as they felt more involved and engaged in work and decision-making process. Furthermore, trust will be established as staff need a leader who is willing to listen to their needs and has their best interest at heart (Marotz & Lawson, 2007).
My advice to Laszlo Bock would be to know and understand what each member of the team has to offer. It is important for a leader to know what his or her team members are capable of doing and the resources and support they need to accomplish set goals. I feel that Bock should appoint team leaders to interact with each of the “thirds” and establish a common goal for each group to work towards. The group should also understand each other’s contributions and recognize each groups special skill sets and how they relate to the team goal. Leaders will be constantly working with groups to prepare them for projects, conflict resolution, reviewing their goals and achievements and also encouraging collaboration and team building activities.