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Transcript of Team
Our team goals
Searching for appropriate resources.
Collecting relevant information.
Critically analyzing the subject.
Forming main points.
Reaching a conclusion.
Presenting a topic to the audience.
Clarifying the main idea to our fellow students and lecturer.
Our team Objectives
Delegation Of Responsibilities
Team - introduction of the topic
Hayden - Issues of diversity and the pressures of globalization
Katherine - Dominant model of leadership
Anna - Leaders in the 21st century
Manisha - Developing leaders and Leadership skills
Team Together - Examples, Conclusion
ANNA DEMIDOVA -Team leader
HAYDEN MULLANEY -Sport leader
KATHERINE HERRERA -Financial leader
MANISHA SHAH -Student leader
Issues of diversity and the pressures of globalization no longer make it sensible to subscribe to a dominant model of leadership.
What should global companies have to consider in developing leaders for the 21st century?
Setting common goals.
Developing good relationships.
Mastering new skills.
Communicating and sharing information.
Collaboration and working as a team.
Contribution of all team members.
Effective Teamwork. A Best Practice Guide for the Construction Industry (2004). Retrieved from http://www.constructingexcellence.org.uk/pdf/document/Teamwork_Guide.pdf
7 Essential Skills for Teamwork (1999). Retrieved from http://bellinghamschools.org/sites/default/files/studentgal/onlineresearch/oldonline/mod8team.htm
McGourty, J & DeMeuse, KP 2001, Team developer: an assessment and skill building program, John Wiley & Sons.
Kimakowitz, E. . (2011). Humanistic management in practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Mathis, R. L., & Jackson, J. H. (2003). Human resource management. Mason, Ohio: Thomson/South-western
Milestones Achieved By The Team
All assigned task were completed.
Everyone Contributed to group discussions.
Team members attended weekly meetings.
Members of the team were constantly in touch via email, phone and texts.
Allocated readings on teamwork were read by everyone.
The team had no conflicts and worked together harmoniously.
The final project displayed creativity and diversity.
What the Smartest Minds Say
"We = Power"
"It takes two flints to make a fire".
Louisa May Alcott
"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much"
"Coming together is a beginning
Keeping together is a progress
Working together is success" Henry Ford.
Teams are groups of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose and hold themselves mutually accountable for its achievement.
Collaboration and participation.
Definition of Team
Why is teamwork important?
People learn effectively from each other.
Better decisions are made when a diverse group of people collaborate together.
Helps to develop interpersonal skills and social relationships.
Teams are often more creative and more ideas are generated.
"The Goose Story"
Allocated Team Tasks
Ana Demidova -Presentation creator and slide writer.
Hayden Mullaney -Team researcher and Idea collaborator.
Katherine Herrera -Team Thinker and Idea Generator.
Manisha Shah -Presentation Editor and Fact Checker.