2Section 5.1 Teamwork Skills Teamwork skills are valuable throughout life. Cooperative team players accomplish more together than they can as individuals.2
3Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary effective alternative teamwork cooperationpersuademajority rulecompromiseconsensusparliamentary proceduregroupthink
4What is Teamwork?Teamwork involves working with others to achieve a common goal.Teamwork is a skill that is a key to success in families, schools, workplaces, and communities.teamworkWorking with others to achieve a common goal
5What is Teamwork?Combining individual strengths in a team enhances the results.What are some other communication challenges that you face every day?5
6Characteristics of Team Players Cooperation is associating with others for mutual benefit.Cooperative team members coordinate their efforts.cooperationAssociating with others for mutual benefit.6
7Characteristics of Team Players Members of a team take on different roles to achieve their goal.Team members use different skills to contribute to the team’s success.7
8How Teamwork Works Leaders need dependable followers. Team members trust, support, and rely on one another.Teams work best when each member knows what is expected of him or her.
9How Teamwork WorksTeams work best when each member knows what is expected of him or her.Team members should take on tasks that are best suited to their abilities.What are the advantages of involving the whole team in decision making?
10How Teamwork WorksGroup decisions can be reached by majority rule; compromise, or consensus.compromiseA settlement of differences in which each side makes concessions.majority ruleA democratic process in which decisions are made by voting.consensusAn agreement by the entire group in which everyone’s ideas are taken into account.
11How Teamwork WorksParliamentary procedure, a set of rules for conducting meetings, is a democratic method that ensures the rights of everyone.parliamentary procedureRules for conducting meetings in an orderly way.
12How Teamwork WorksAvoid groupthink, a faulty decision making process caused by a strong desire for group agreement.groupthinkA faulty decision-making process caused by a strong desire for group agreement.
13Section 5.2 Leadership Skills Effective teams need strong leaders to guide the team to accomplish the team’s goals.Leaders guide and influence others.13
14Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary role model commitment delegate ethical leadershipleadership stylevisionquality
15Effective LeadershipGood leadership provides the direction and motivation that helps a team achieve its goals.Insert image
16Effective Leadership Every team needs a leader. A role model is a person who sets an example for others.Good leaders communicate clearly, motivate others, manage well, delegate, make decisions, and solve problems.role modelA person who sets an example for others.delegateAssign tasks to other team members.
17Effective LeadershipQualities of good leadership include dependability, enthusiasm, and honesty.Good leaders keeppromises, respectthemselves and others,and work toward acommon goal.
18Leadership SkillsLeadership style refers to a leader’s pattern of behavior when directing a team.leadership styleA leader’s pattern of behavior when directing a team.
19Leadership SkillsAutocratic leaders take control and run the show alone.Democratic leaders make decisions with the group.Integrated leaders focus on helping individual team members form good working relationships.Laissez-faire leaders take a “hands-off” approach.
20Resolving Group Conflict Leaders solve conflicts.They can also prevent some conflicts from escalating.Leaders can resolve conflict by focusing on others’ ideas, giving credit to others, finding alternatives, maintaining a positive attitude, and by staying focused on team goals.
21Chapter Summary Section 5.1 Teamwork SkillsTeamwork skills are valuable throughout life and have a variety of benefits.By cooperating, team players can accomplish more than they can as individuals.The different roles that team members play can help or hinder the team’s success.
22Chapter Summary Section 5.1 Teamwork SkillsSometimes groups work well together but make poor decisions.Teams must find ways to divide their tasks fairly and make effective group decisions.
23Chapter Summary Section 5.2 Leadership SkillsEffective leaders usually have specific skills and qualities, and they practice ethical leadership.Different leadership styles can be useful depending on the situation.
24Chapter Summary Section 5.2 Leadership SkillsThere are four common leadership styles many leaders use.Most groups face conflicts that they must work to resolve.Good leaders encourage team members to find solutions and maintain good relationships.
25ReviewDo you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions.The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.Start
26teamwork trabajo de equipo Working with others to achieve a common goal.Trabajar con otros para alcanzar una meta en común.Show Definition
27cooperation cooperación Associating with others for mutual benefit. Asociarse con otros por un beneficio mutuo.Show Definition
28persuade persuadir Incitar a otros en una dirección Urge others in a direction.Show Definition
29A democratic process in which decisions are made by voting. majority rulegobierno de la mayoríaA democratic process in which decisions are made by voting.Proceso democrático en el que las decisiones se toman por medio de la votación.Show Definition
30compromise compromiso A settlement of differences in which each side makes concessions.Una resolución de diferencias en el que cada parte hace concesiones.Show Definition
31consensusconsensoAn agreement by the entire group in which everyone’s ideas are taken into account.Acuerdo al que liega un grupo en el que las ideas de todos fueron consideradas.Show Definition
32procediemiento parlamentario parliamentary procedure Rules for conducting meetings in an orderly way.Reglas para llevar a cabo reuniones de manera ordenada.Show Definition
33groupthinkpensamiento de grupoA faulty decision-making process caused by a strong desire for group agreement.Un proceso de tomar decisiones imperfecto que resulta del deseo extremo de un grupo por llegar a un acuerdo.Show Definition
34role model modelo de conducta A person who sets an example for others. Una persona que da ejemplo a otras.Show Definition
35commitment compromiso Acceptance of an obligation and responsibility. Aceptación de una obligación y responsabilidad.Show Definition
36delegate delegar Assign tasks to other team members. Asignar tareas a otros miembros del equipo.Show Definition
37ethical leadership Leadership that is based on ethical principles. liderazgo éticoLeadership that is based on ethical principles.Liderazgo basado en principios éticos.Show Definition
38leadership style A leader’s pattern of behavior when directing a team. estilo de liderazgoA leader’s pattern of behavior when directing a team.El patrón de comportamiento de un lider cuando dirige a su equipo.Show Definition
39effective Successful or efficient. Exitoso o eficiente. eficaz Show Definition