The At The South And City College For Raising Money For The Teenage Cancer Trust

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1.Introduction This report has been written to evaluate the fundraising event which was held on the 11/02/2016 at the South &City College to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. The aim of this evaluation is to identify my role in the team and to see how the individuals collaborated and responded to the process of setting up and running the activity. How the group dealt with problems that arose, by analyse them and linked them to different theories. The success of the teamwork will be evaluated and recommendations will be made. 2. Explanation of the role people play in a team and how they can work together to achieve shared aims In the team, each individual’s characteristics and the way they contribute to the team will play a…show more content…
“Tuckman 's theory focuses on the way in which a team tackles a task from the initial formation of the team through to the completion of the project by using four stages”, (The Teambuilding, 2016). First stage forming: Role of the single team member unclear. I took the initiative by providing ideas of what we could sell at the event. Other members agreed. One Member tested the tolerance of the leader (me) by lack of engagement and provoking a clash. I confronted that team member about her attitude and her lack of engagement. Second stage storming: “Members vie for position as they attempt to establish themselves in relation to other team members and the leader, who might receive challenges from team members,” (Businessball,2016). To get, the less engaged member back on board, I devolved more responsibility to her by giving her responsibility for the finance. Third stage norming: Role of the members is clear and accepted. “Decisions are made by group agreement,” (Businessball,2016). The leader is accepted by the group, team is enthusiastic about the project and feel confident. Fourth stage performing: Group is aware about the aim of the project and their own responsibility. Disagreements which occurred, were solved positively. High engagement of each team member. Team members work confidently on their given task. Team members always attended team meetings. Information was shared verbally, by email and Moodle. Leader had a good overview of
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