Developing and Leading Teams to Achieve Organisational Goals and Objectives

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Developing and leading teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives
Understand the importance of leading teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives
Assess the effectiveness of own organisation in measuring team performance against organisation goals and objectives

In this section I will be assessing how the University and the Estates Office measure team performance against goals and objectives.
In my opinion the university at times struggles to measure team performance against its goals and objectives as I believe that the objectives are too vague and are not always fully understood by the people who are meant to be achieving them. A lot of this I believe is down to the size of the university and the very distinct
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Within the Estates Office and around the University, there are numerous people who have spent their whole or at least a majority of their careers within the University and are adverse to change, this can make them difficult to performance manage as they know the system and have a least a perceived advantage of knowledge over the newer members of staff. The Estates office has a perceived, if not an actual issue, with the performance management of some staff, this in turn creates more individual issues especially around Performance Development Review (PDR) when certain members of staff have lost all faith in the review and the outcomes of these reviews. This all relates back to team performance being managed and feedback being given in the correct manner.
Evaluate the role of leadership helping teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives

In this section, I will be looking at leadership and how leadership helps teams to achieve their and the organizations goals and objectives.
Within any successful team, you will find leaders, it need not be the manager, and it doesn’t have to be the same person all the time, you only have to look at any successful sports team to see that there are numerous leaders and within the team each person knows the role they have to perform at any set moment and can change as the situation needs. This has been well explained in the Belbin Team Architecture.