Your team is a team and should be classified as one unit. In this video, learn how to develop consequences and rewards for the team as a whole.
- Let's face it, getting a diverse group of people … to work together can be challenging. … In addition, your organization's performance review process … can actually thwart collaboration … because it focuses on individual contributions. … When people are proving their individual value, … it can undermine what is best for the project, the team, … and ultimately, the organization. … To counterbalance this, your team needs to know … they're responsible, together, for the successes … and failures of the group. … This includes sharing equally in the rewards … and the consequences of their collective efforts. … Here are six things you can do … to hold teams accountable as a unit. … First, communicate that you see them as a unit. … The tone you set as the leader goes a long way … in establishing how they see themselves. … Talk about your expectations for collaboration … and putting the needs of the group first. … Next, set expectations and agreements in early meetings. … I recommend creating a team playbook …
This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- Three types of teamwork
- Promoting psychological safety
- Developing skills
- Using games to foster collaboration
- Launching the collaboration project
Skill Level Intermediate
Managing Projects with Microsoft Teamswith Heather Severino1h 36m Intermediate
Leaders: Make Your Teams More Agile, Creative, and Unitedwith Big Think27m 49s Intermediate
1. Types of Teamwork
2. Psychological Safety
3. Develop Your Skills
4. Launching the Project
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