Leader. Produce Leaders.
Organize Teams that Work!
Presented by Nada
Nov. 2, 2001
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1- Cooperative Learning
2- Group Vs. Team Work
3- Benefits of Organized Team Work
Organization of Teams:
- Attitude towards group work
- Team work style
- Team building questionnaire
-Self-fulfilling prophecy (teacher expectations)
5- Team Leader: Characteristics
6- Team Leader: DUTIES
A- Fill out the Team Leader Pledge
B- Work with team members on the following:
2- Team Charter: Define
.Team Rules & Consequences
Organize Team Meetings
.First Team Progress Report
.Team Progress Report (have the recorder fill it out regularly)
Evaluate meetings and develop ways of making future meetings more productive.
E- Assess Team functioning
Help team members identify what they do well as a team, determine where they need improvement, and agree on strategies for making changes.
G- Evaluate/Improve listening skills
H- Build on Personality Strengths
Help team members to identify their own and other members' personality strengths, and to discover ways to use their differences to build a more productive team.
Assess her/his Leadership
Team Leader Evaluation
Proactive. Take the initiative.
=> Generate and sustain trust.
The team's trust in itself -- and its leadership --
allows members to accept dissent and ride through the turbulence
of the team process.
7- Team Members: Characteristics
8- Team Members' Do's & Dont's
9- Ice Breakers & Team Building Activities
10- Samples: CERTIFICATE1 || CERTIFICATE2
Workshop Evaluation Form
"Teamwork in its essence and at its best yields a whole, which is greater than the sum of its parts. In simpler terms, 1+1 adds up to more than 2.
It allows a group of people together, to make decisions and/or carry out activities more effectively and with more confidence, than any one team
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