Team Building: An Exercise in Leadership
Building a team is similar to building a house--you have to start from the ground up. A team is made up of individuals with different talents, skills, and personal working styles. Learning to work together as a group can be as challenging as it is rewarding.
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Case 1Can This Supervisor Be Saved?
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accomplish action plan apply approach assign attitude toward coaching baseball basic behavior Check climate Collaboration commitment common goal concepts cooperation decision desired results develop effective team Employee Benefits essential establish goals expected feedback feel FIFTY-MINUTE give goal setting goals and standards goals are achieved home plate ideas identify important individual influence Involve team members Janice Jeremy and Ginny job requirements Joyce leadership manager Mary Lou meet Members contribute Menlo Park Morgana and Jeff mutual support need to improve objectives OPEN COMMUNICATION organization organizational goals organizational needs participate player POSITIVE Discipline praise productive proficiency resolved responsibility REVIEW reward system second base Self-Management sender sense of ownership situations solution Step style success supervisor talent tasks team building skills team effort team goals Team leaders team members understand team performance teamwork THIRD BASE True trust Win/Lose