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#10 Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
To be used with the WRS curriculum, skill #10 Teamwork
Terms in this set (20)
the process of getting a group to think of unlimited ways to vary a product or solve a problem; proposed ideas are not criticized
to work jointly with others
to divide up, especially responsibilities
hopes about how well team members will work or about how they should behave
actions and activities that a person in a particular position is supposed to perform based on expectations of the team
an agreement between two or more people to bear a portion of an obligation to a team
a group of people who work together collaboratively to attain a common goal and who hold themselves accountable for the team's accomplishments.
the process of working collaboratively with a group of people in order to achieve a goal.
a distinguishing quality or characteristic, typically one belonging to a person
One of the most influential models of teamwork theory, developed in 1965 by Bruce Tuckman.
in a story, the context of time and place in which the story occurs
in a story, the sequence of events, usually chronological
in a story, the people in the story, their motivations, goals, and reactions to events
in a story, the struggle between opposing forces
in a story, the lesson, moral, takeaway, or true meaning of a story
the first stage of group development in the Tuckman model wherein new team members may discuss team goals, ground rules, and individual roles, but since this stage of development prioritizes people over the actual work, it is unlikely the team will be high-performing at this time
the second stage of group development in the Tuckman model wherein conflict often arises due to clashing working styles between team members and doubt arises
the third stage of group development in the Tuckman model wherein the team moves past their previous quarrels and begins to recognize and value their teammates' strengths
the fourth stage of group development in the Tuckman model wherein team performance is at an all-time high and means that team members are self-reliant and confident enough in their own problem-solving skills that they can function without oversight from the leaders
the final stage of group development in the Tuckman model wherein the mission has concluded and the team dissolves
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