It takes great leadership to build great team. Leaders who are not afraid to course correct, make the difficult decisions and establish standards of performance that are constantly being met – and improving at all times. Whether in the workplace, professional sports, or your local community, team building requires a keen understanding of people, their strengths and what gets them excited to work with others. Team building requires the management of egos and their constant demands for attention and recognition – not always warranted. Team building is both an art and a science and the leader who can consistently build high performance teams is worth their weight in gold.
Course Textbook Barrett, D. J. (2011). Leadership communication (3rd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
All Question should be answered with at least 200 words or more.Please use the book and cite all references.
Why is conflict considered an obstacle to team success, and how can it be overcome?
Explain the factors responsible for the failure of some team to operate as effectively as possible and identify things that can be done to build successful teams.
Evaluate the importance of solid ground rules for team meetings. Relate your discussion to both physical teams and virtual teams.
Discuss the importance of purpose when evaluating the need for a team meeting.