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soft-skill training - Part 3 - Team Work
Transcript of soft-skill training - Part 3 - Team Work
discussions about how the team will work
lasts shortly Argument
conflicts about approaches or delegation
negative emotional opinions
questioning value of the goal
resisting taking on tasks
doubts on team leader
weak process establishment Stabilization respect towards team leader
a hierarchy is established
help and constructive criticism produced
stronger commitment to the team goal Self-organization combination of well-operated structure and vision sharing
individual team members may join or leave the team without affecting the performing culture.
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