Team Building Flashcards

Chapter 11 – Team Building

Team building teams tend to be more successful or effective because when people know they are part of a team, they usually cooperate more fully -setting goals that are clear and specific but also challenging and worthwhile for each group member -determining roles of each member –if members are uncertain of their roles and there […]

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NCOA Unit Manager – 1 Team Building

According to Dwight D. Eisenhower, what is Leadership? “Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” Name 8 things Unit Managers do. They are committed to the profession of arms, apply management concepts in all situations, provide ethical guidance, manage human and physical […]

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Unit 8. Team Building

Coul have + verb in PP Past ability / past posibility Irritation / missed oportunities / Especulate about events in the past. Would have + verb in PP Past condition (3er C) / past situation Hypotheses about the past / If you want to do something or no, but didn’t do it (past willingness) Should […]

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Health Science II Review 1.05

Tracy values other team members. She is exhibiting a characteristic of what kind of leader? Democratic The manager of the emergency department prefers to plan all of the work schedules and is viewed as extremely strict. Her leadership style is most likely: autocratic What advantage is there for a health care agency that has effective […]

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Course 15 Set B Volume 1/ Chapter 1: Team Building

A Group is an assemblage of persons (or objects) located or gathered together. A Team is a group organized to work together Team Spirit º Increased Productivity º High morale during high ops tempo º Willingness to help fellow teammates º Strong identity/camaraderie º Little to no negative conflict º Differences resolved through compromise or […]

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Chapter 12 team building

Leadership Challenges in a Changing Workplace -Managers must motivate employees who are expected to do more work with fewer resources and as a result, become tired and frustrated -companies today are increasingly looking to attain specific skills as well as operational efficiencies by hiring independent contractors and outsourcing work Team Building -Research indicates that a […]

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English Unit 9 – Team building

implementer someone who convert plans into something achievable Coordinator someone who sets objectives and defines roles Shaper someone who shapes ideas, leads the actions Plant someone who creates and imagine plans Ressource investigator someone who communicate with the outside Team worker someone who builds teams, supports others and reduces conflicts Monitor, evaluator someone who sees […]

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Team Building Stages

Achieve belonging and acceptance Formation Stage:Subordinate Set personal & family concerns Formation Stage:Subordinate Learn about leaders and other members Formation Stage:Subordinate Listen to and care for subordinates Formation Stage:Leader Communicate Formation Stage:Leader Reward positive contributions Formation Stage:Leader Set Example Formation Stage:Leader Trust leaders & other members Enrichment Stage: Subordinate Find close friends Enrichment Stage: Subordinate […]

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Ch 9 Supervising Teams, Teambuilding, & Coaching

group # of people working together, or considered together bc of similarities; shares info, remains neutral; interact to achieve certain objective team special kind of group who share common goal & responsibility for achieving it; task-oriented, work in groups; can evolve or be appointed formally or informally; positive collabs; feelings of self-worth; adaptive, flexibile, deal […]

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OB Chapter 13: Teams and Team Building

Division of work Creating levels of authority and functional units. Matrix Organization An overlay of one type of organization on another so that two chains of command are directing individual employees. Cross-functional team A team in which members are drawn from several specialties. Task Team Cooperative small group in regular contact engaged in coordinated action. […]

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leadership; CH 16: team building

leadership roles – clarifies unit norms/values to all new employees – infuses a team spirit among employees – serves as a role model to all employees & a mentor to select employees. – encourages mentorship between senior staff & junior employees – observes carefully for signs of knowledge/skill deficit in new employees –> intervenes – […]

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Chapter 23 – Teams, Team Building, and Teamwork

True or False? In total quality management, the teams were formerly referred to as “quality circles”. True True or False? Depending on the issues addressed, there are potential legal problems with teams that consist entirely of managers. False True or False? The popularity of total quality management programs spurred increased emphasis on consultative management approaches. […]

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Health Science II 1.05 – Team Building

FORMING people express differences STORMING more conflicts emerge as members negotiate tasks NORMING Rules created PERFORMING Group becomes functional team; can diagnose, solve problems & make decisions ADJOURNING group celebrates achievements or disbands & mourns loss of group

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Chapter 18 (Communication and Team Building)

A nurse manager is experiencing conflicts between herself and staff members. She had tried to develop a team by using a shared leadership model to empower the staff. Staff members are functioning: As a group The nurse manager used a mediator to help resolve conflicts on the unit. During the mediation process, the nurse manager […]

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Army Family Team Building

On what DA Form Would a Soldier received Family Care Plan counseling? DA Form 5304 In units, who should conduct the AFTB training? trained AFTB volunteers What form would a Soldier use to provide for the care of their family member if their military duties prevent them from doing so? DA Form 5305 How long […]

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Leadership and Team Building Exam 1

5 Components of Human Communication process, circular, complex, irreversible, personality 4 Categories of Leadership who you are, how you act, what you do, how you work with others 5 Parts of Emotional Intelligence perceive emotions, attend to others’ emotions, use emotions to facilitate thinking, understand emotions, regulate emotions Engaged Followers People fall on a continuum […]

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BBC 6 Minute English___Corporate team building

awayday a day that employees spend together away from their usual workplace guru an expert in something team building encouraging employees to work well together as a team by getting them to engage in different types of activities cerebral intellectual or ‘brainy’ bootcamp a short course of hard physical training callisthenics a type of gentle […]

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NCOA DL- Set B Volume 1 Chapter 1: Team Building

Mission Mission is a duty assigned to an individual or unit; a task. Creators Spontaneous, exciting, enthusiastic, and great at brainstorming ideas. Typically, the ones who offer a fresh perspective. Offer bold, untried approaches and ideas. Able to see the “big picture.” Optimistic and visualize the possibilities. Willing to solve problems. Advancers Advancers are: Positive […]

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NCO DLC CF07 Team Building

Group people gathered together without a common goal or shared identity. Team organized group of individuals working together to reach a common goal. vision statement describes key operating constructs and desired operational capabilities well into the future mission statement statement acts as a focal point or “lighthouse” that motions toward a common objective. Team Roles […]

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NCOA DLC Module 7: TEAM BUILDING

Group People gathered together without a common goal or shared identity. Team A group organized to work together. Mission Statement Overall goal or purpose of the organization (unit level/small scope) Vision Statement Key operating constructs and desired operational capabilities well into the future, usually fifteen years out and beyond. (Technology advancements) 4 Team Roles (CARE) […]

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Team Building Terms Test Questions

EPISTEMIC MOTIVATION Team’s desire to develop a thorough understanding of a situation. DELEGATION The handing over of the responsibility and authority required to accomplish a task without relinquishing final accountability MCGREGOR METHOD AND THEORY Y High involvement strategies in which employees make decisions about work activities as well as organizational direction COMMITMENT ORGANIZATIONS Teams are […]

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