Unit 19 Exploring Team Development

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Ben Greasley

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Unit 19 Exploring Team Development
John Murdock
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Task 1 (P1)
There are two different types of group within an organization. They are: 1. Formal groups 2. Informal groups Formal groups are mostly managers of the organization that have been purposely created to meet goals and targets of the organization. The main purpose of Formal groups is to perform specific tasks and achieve specific objectives defined by the organization. Examples of formal groups are departments, divisions, committees and the board of directors.
Informal groups are not planned or created by management but rather self-created and have advanced from the formal groups. These groups advance for such reasons as closeness, common
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These must be appropriate for the nature of the organization. Delegate with clarity. You can help team members avoid boredom and burnout by providing them with new responsibilities and opportunities to grow their skills. When delegating a task or project to an employee, be certain that they understand not only what they are expected to accomplish. You also have to commit resources to staff development. It is important to train staff so that they understand the main rules of the organization and can get the professional level required for their part in team. Offer feedback on a regular basis. Both casually and through a formal evaluation process, staff members should always know where they stand. Lead with consistency. The organisations must make every effort to be consistent in being decision-making. Being a consistent leader means applying office policies equally .Doing so will lead to team disputes and failure to meet targets due to lack of motivation. You must plan ahead, to avoid conflict. Even with clearly defined shared goals and carefully crafted ground rules, the plans of organizations will occasionally veer off course. When handled in a safe and respectful manner and conflict can be resolved and all team members and the business can move forward. Increase emotional intelligence at all levels in practices. This helps achieve strong group identity, effective and efficient individuals functioning as a team,

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