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Arts and Humanities
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The activity and work of a number of people who individually contribute toward a common vision is:
Teams approach their work with:
Teams must be comprised of high performers; even if we have a small team we must:
focus on quality.
be sensitive to our clients' needs.
if the member is performing badly, it is the leader's responsibility to:
let the member in crisis go.
Research shows that team members are searching for:
participation and contribution.
Good team leaders will recognize that the team will have needs, and that their job as leaders is to:
respond positively to the members.
Team leaders will help all members see the best in themselves, which will:
provide stimulus for great performance.
Team leaders will take great care of the team and will go great lengths to understand the qualities of the team; therefore, leaders must have qualities such as:
modeling superior customer service.
being a change agent.
A true leader wants feedback from the team and therefore:
seeks input regularly from team members and follows through.
A dynamic team leader will encourage members of the team to take risks; this can be a frightening prospect but a true leader will:
turn any mishap into a lesson learned and laugh at a mistake.
Members of the team should see their team leaders:
giving outstanding customer service.
For a team to operate at optimal performance, all members must do their job; team leaders will ensure this by:
keeping the team in the know on all relevant issues.
Everyone likes to be acknowledged; the team leader with an understanding of the dynamics of team building will:
reward performances and use powerful examples of thus promoting open dialogue.
A brief statement of the purpose of the school or institutions is referred to as a(n):
it has been said that for members of a team or company to put aside their personal agendas they must:
believe in the purpose of the team.
be motivated to achieve the desired results.
hold ownership in the team.
A mission statement should communicate the essence of your organization to your members and the public in:
one or two sentences.
If a work team has developed a team mission statement that mirrors the mission of the institution and reflects its own individuality:
it is building team spirit.
The team's mission statement should be clear and:
say who you are and what you do.
C. state who your customers are.
When the team reaches its goal in a particular time frame it is cause for:
celebration and reward.
When the team works cohesively the result is:
Team members who like each other will participate in:
mutual support of each other's effort.
in order to build fellowship and camaraderie, successful teams will:
get to know each other better.
design off-site activities.
Misunderstandings arise in the workplace from time to time: a good leader will use techniques that will resolve conflict by:
using positive affirmations and active empathy.
For team members to feel empowered they must be included in:
Three factors that leaders will consider to ensure a balanced contribution from all team members are:
confidence, inclusion, and empowerment.
Effective responding, rapport building, appropriate business language, negotiating, and consensus building are all part of:
effective communication skills.
An effective leader will take care of the members of the team by presenting them with:
periodic stimulation in the form of a challenge.
Taking ownership of the team means that you will take on the challenges and also the responsibility and:
As in any project that has its members working toward a goal, the final act of recognition sends a powerful message that:
he organization cares.
the team leader cares about good performance.
the team is important.
An individual's need for growth on a team can be manifest in different ways; one member may desire pedagogical seminars and another may desire field experience. Thus, an insightful team leader:
knows the importance of investing in each team member.
Effective teamwork is based on:
collaboration and trust between team members.
clear goals and priorities.
good interpersonal relationships and team success
Team building can be highly effective in establishing trust and unity among its members: it can be used for:
clarifying shared values.
formulating business strategies
establishing a vision for the future.
Communication failure, lack of trust, defensive behavior, irritability , increased conflict, and other negative behaviors are indicative that the team leader should:
When there is a team-building event taking place, the leadership is interested in gaining the support of the members through their.
A sound way to obtain student involvement and agreement with rules and projects is referred to as:
the transfer technique.
The interview is the most popular way to gather data for team building: some other methods include:
Using a team temperature questionnaire will:
uncover the type of team-building necessary.
When the team-building event has been planned to make the event successful:
vary the activities.
promote the event weeks in advance.
hold the event off campus
During the time team building takes place, one of the events should be:
Recollection, process, and reflection are of no use if the members do not see any implementation of a plan to document results of the team-building event within:
10 days of the event.
When having a team-building event off-campus, the leader of the activity should:
give them a token gift at the end of the activity before everyone leaves.
When a lot of effort was expended on the team-building event,
The evaluation team should consist of:
the team facilitator, team leader, and team members.
When improvement is not being made to the extent expected:
discussion about possible changes should take place.
The best thing about working in teams is that:
feeling of fellowship and growth.
you build on each other's ideas.
two heads really are better than one.
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