As a team, our second team leadership role is that of a Summarizer. We're all good recorders/communicators seeing as how everyone takes notes on team progress, team decisions, and any assignments that need to be completed in the future. We created an agenda for the team and at the end of the group meeting the recorder of our group would then distribute copies of the responsibilities we equally share across the team to each team member.
As a team, our third team leadership role is that of an Orienter. We're all good timekeepers. For example, we have someone who facilitates the team meeting, someone who manages the agenda, and someone who keeps track of time. It helps to have every member of t...
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...rt. When a proposal seems to be well understood by everyone, and there are no new changes asked for, the facilitator can ask if there are any objections to it. If there are no objections, we can call for consensus, and if there are still no objections, then after a moment of silence you have your decision.
In conclusion, we feel as if we built trust in our team. Seeing as how we’re leaders in our own way, we each created a culture of trust among ourselves. Once we got to know each other personally and shared some personal information about ourselves, our families, hobbies, and other interests, that’s when we started to develop a bond and all the trust built up between us. And this paper assessed our group’s 3-5 major strengths and weaknesses and what successful strategies we hope to add to our team to build a more effective team in the future. Thank you for reading.
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