Health Science II: Teambuilding

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Stages of teambuilding
forming, storming, norming, performing, adjourning
team meets to gather information; create goals; little regard to other’s values and views; awareness stage
conflict stage; need to be patient; listen and accept ideas from team; more regard to others values and views
cooperation stage; confidence and trust develops; clarification of purpose and objectives; preparation of detailed plans
productivity stage; team members are flexible; everyone’s skills are utilized; work as a team
completion stage; reflect on success and challenges
autocratic leader
makes all the decisions for the team; difficult delegating or sharing duties; emphasizes discipline; expects all to follow directions
working together for a common goal
a pledge or promise
common purpose
goals are clear to each team member; clear unity in team function
complimentary skills
good skills that build and unite a team; skills required to function as a unit
consensus decsions
general agreement and the process of getting there
democratic leader
guides, listens, encourages participation of all team members
laissez-faire leader
informal type of leader; allows individuals to function independently
requires interaction among team members for the evaluation, assessment, and development of a patients plan of care
trans disciplinary
team members work together to develop goals and carry out patient care
team members work independently but recognize and value contributions of other team members; strictly defined roles
using authoritarian approach; tell the group the resolution; useful in emergency
give and take to reach a middle ground; good when quick temporary situation is needed
sacrificing self concerns to yield to another person
withdrawing/sidestepping the issue or postponing the issue; effective when conflict is symptom of a bigger issue; low importance
Categories: Team Building