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“Groups must be able to coordinate themselves in a flexible manner, and there must be commitment to group goals which both direct and motivate members” (Oliver, Jim R, 1996). We all wanted to help and cooperate as much as possible to give us the best chance of reaching our outcome. The outcome being a successful presentation. Our decision making process needed to assess, “which aims are more important than others? What is likely to take place?
My explanation is that the teamwork creation should be based on the aspect how worth the value added to set amount of the people to deal with a task or process (Wright, 2013). The example parameter such as of time, cost and the impact will be considered in the calculation of the needed to create a teamwork or not. The fifth myth is that teams are easy to influence and manage. My explanation is that for a team which consists of the same profiles tend to be easier to manage rather than multi profiles. However, the roles of the team should be initiated in order to create a better controlling function of the teams, as this was the job of their leader (n.d, 2012).
the Ottawa charter, and the determinants of Health. Considering that this initiative was undertaken by nursing students in the community setting, the various components of the standards of practice for community health nurse in relation to this initiative are discussed as well. Conclusively the opportunities for growth for this initiative are reflected upon. This initiative primarily targets families seeking services at the Millwood’s Family Resource Centre in Lee Ridge, specifically families who have English as a second language and/or English-speaking individuals with a low literacy level. The target group for this initiative was determined through a thorough community assessment, and investigation of the resident population in the surrounding area.
It is distinctive from team preparing, which is intended to enhance the productivity, as opposed to interpersonal relationships. Numerous team building activities are expected to uncover and address interpersonal issues among the group members. After some time, these exercises
Hence, I can utilize my strengths and manage my weaknesses to be a better member in future group assignments. In particular, I will focus on utilizing my personality traits in moderation as either extremes of high or low on a personality may be too rigid, being an extreme strength in certain situations, but being an extreme weakness in others. Despite having a low extraversion, I can still take a more active role in future discussions by sharing all constructive ideas instead of shying out and worrying of others’ negative feedback. I will also balance between orderliness and flexibility by proposing general deadlines for our group and at the same time allowing members to organize their own progress so that we can have organization in the group without suffocating the members. With more flexibility given, I will keep in mind to be agreeable in moderation in which I will be trusting and compassionate to the members but also able to be firm if any member is slacking or not meeting our deadlines.
Billings (2013) discussed the importance of knowing your own role as an educator and the mission and vision of the institution where one teaches. The difference between visiting faculty, adjunct faculty, and teaching assistants were discussed. The different tracts of clinical, tenure, and research were also discussed, as well as the expectations for faculty within each tract. Finally, the ranks of instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, and full professor were discussed. The third topic of discussion was the keys to being successful within the first few years as a nurse educator.
The second stage is storming, and in this stage the team members begin to voice their opinions and differences as well as aligned themselves with others who share their same beliefs. This is an important stage for the team because team members will begin to become more involved with one another, and when they voice their concerns they can feel like they are being represented and understood. The third stage is norming in the stage team members begin to establish a shared common commitment to the purpose of why the team is there they can establish their overall goals and how the goals are going to be achieved. In the fourth stage known as performing the team works effectively and efficiently to gather towards achieving the goal. In the stage leadership styles become more indirect since members begin to take on a stronger participation and involvement within the groups process.