Business vocabulary in use – Unit 9 Teambuilding
Tasks can be achieved more easily by ….
Engagement … commitment
The level of … and … is the degree to which team members feel involved with the team.
The person in charge of the team
The work done together by the team
The results that the team produces
The way the team works together
The degree to which the team produces results
When people learn in teams rather than individually
The … converts the team’s plan into something achievable.
The … is a confident member who sets objectives and defines team members’ roles.
The … defines issues, shapes ideas and leads the action.
The … is a creative imaginative person who supplies original ideas and solves problems.
The … communicates with the outside world and explores opportunities.
The … sees all the possibilities, evaluates situations objectively and sees what is realistically achievable.
The … builds the team, supports others and reduces conflict.
The … meets deadlines, corrects mistakes and makes sure nothing is forgotten.
The group is anxious and feels dependent on a leader. The group tries to discover how it is going to operate and what the ‘normal’ ways of working will be.
The atmosphere may be one of conflict between members, who may resist control from any person. There may be the feeling that the task cannot be achieved.
At this stage, members of the group feel clothier together and the conflicts are forgotten. Members of the group will start to support each other. There is increasingly the feeling that it is possible to achieve the task.
The group is carrying out the task for which it was formed. Members feel safe enough to express differences of opinion in relation to others.
The group’s work is finished, and its members begin to have pleasant memories of their activities and achievements.