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Team Feedback Exercise Step 1. Divide into groups of three to four students. Think back to recent experiences working in a team, either as work or school. Write down your answers to the following questions. What behaviors by other team members did you most appreciate? What behaviors of other team members did you least appreciate? What do you think the team members appreciated about you? What actions of yours might the team members appreciated the least? Step 2. Take turns sharing your answers with other members of your group. Make notes about common themes for answers to each of the above questions. What is the single most important theme for each of these answers? Step 3. What are the implications of these answers for you as a member of a future team? How might you change your behavior to make a greater contribution to a team?

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Management, Loose-Leaf Version

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Richard L. Daft
Publisher: South-Western College Pub
ISBN: 9781305969308

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ISBN: 9781305969308
Chapter 18, Problem 1SGB
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Team Feedback Exercise

Step 1. Divide into groups of three to four students. Think back to recent experiences working in a team, either as work or school. Write down your answers to the following questions.

What behaviors by other team members did you most appreciate?

What behaviors of other team members did you least appreciate?

What do you think the team members appreciated about you?

What actions of yours might the team members appreciated the least?

Step 2. Take turns sharing your answers with other members of your group. Make notes about common themes for answers to each of the above questions. What is the single most important theme for each of these answers?

Step 3. What are the implications of these answers for you as a member of a future team? How might you change your behavior to make a greater contribution to a team?

Summary Introduction

Case summary:

Team feedback exercise.

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To determine:

What behaviors by other team members did you most appreciate?

What behaviors of other team members did you least appreciate?

What do you think the team members appreciated about you?

What actions of yours might the team members have appreciated least?

Explanation of Solution

The behaviors by other team members I appreciated the most were that the other team members were motivated, also each of the member of the other team was very supportive and very well behaved.

The behaviors by other team members I least appreciate is that while telling their experience they were not confident enough to speak amongst so many people...

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