4.6. The successful team work – factors

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The successful team work is a team in which team members:

  • understands the goals and is committed to attaining them are comfortable taking reasonable risks in communicating, advocating positions, and taking action.
  • feel free to express their thoughts, opinions, and potential solutions to problems.
  • have a strong sense of belonging to the group.
  • are viewed as unique people with irreplaceable experiences, points of view, knowledge, and opinions to contribute.
  • are encourage to be creativity, innovation, and different viewpoints are expected and encouraged.
  • is able to constantly examine itself and continuously improve its processes, practices, and the interaction of team members.
  • has agreed upon procedures for diagnosing, analysing, and resolving teamwork problems and conflicts.
  • Participative leadership is practiced in leading meetings, assigning tasks, recording decisions and commitments, assessing progress, holding team members accountable, and providing direction for the team.
  • Members of the team make high quality decisions together and have the support and commitment of the group to carry out the decisions made.

 
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