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1 Chapter 10 Management Skills 1 Section 10.2 Working Together Chapter 10 Interpersonal Skills Marketing Essentials

2 Chapter 10 Management Skills 2 SECTION 10.2 What You'll Learn  The importance of teamwork in the business world  Six aspects of successful teamwork Working Together

3 Chapter 10 Management Skills 3 SECTION 10.2 Working Together Why It's Important Teamwork in business is like teamwork in the sports arena. You may not wear a uniform in the work world, but you will be a member of a team dedicated to achieving specific goals. Develop the habit of being a good team member by always fulfilling your responsibilities, and you won't let your team down on your job.

4 Chapter 10 Management Skills 4 SECTION 10.2 Working Together Key Terms  consensus  agreements

5 Chapter 10 Management Skills 5 SECTION 10.2 Working Together A team is a group of people who work together to achieve a goal. Teamwork is the skill they use to achieve that goal. Effective teams employ the following strategies: Teamwork  training  team planning  team goals  assigning roles  agreements  shared leadership and shared responsibility

6 Chapter 10 Management Skills 6 SECTION 10.2 Working Together Training To be an effective team member, you must have training for all the tasks you will perform. On the job, people are cross-trained for many tasks on a team. This gives the team flexibility and several strengths. Work becomes more enjoyable when you know you will not be doing the same thing every day.

7 Chapter 10 Management Skills 7 SECTION 10.2 Working Together Team Planning Before a team can begin working together on a project, it is important for the team to make a plan. This will ensure that each team member understands what will be involved in the project.

8 Chapter 10 Management Skills 8 SECTION 10.2 Working Together Team Goals Before a team can begin to act, it has to be clear about what its goals are. Team members must first feel involved in defining a goal in order to feel committed to it.

9 Chapter 10 Management Skills 9 SECTION 10.2 Working Together Assigning Roles Each person on the team needs to know which part of the process he or she is responsible for each day. Members are usually assigned tasks based on their skills and experience.

10 Chapter 10 Management Skills 10 SECTION 10.2 Working Together An agreement is a specific commitment that each member makes with the group. It is like a contract or a promise to perform a certain task within a certain period of time. A team's agreements must be consistent with its goals. Agreements

11 Chapter 10 Management Skills 11 SECTION 10.2 Working Together Each member must feel responsible for the whole team's efforts in order for a team to work. That is shared responsibility. Shared leadership allows all team members to perform some management functions. Shared Responsibility and Shared Leadership

12 Chapter 10 Management Skills A SSESSMENT Reviewing Key Terms and Concepts 1. What is teamwork? Why is it important in the business world? 2. List six aspects of successful teamwork. 3. What is a consensus? 4. What is the idea behind shared leadership?

13 Chapter 10 Management Skills A SSESSMENT Thinking Critically Why would employees be more motivated to perform well on a team than in an individual effort?

14 Chapter 10 Management Skills Graphic Organizer The Aspects of Successful Teamwork Successful Teamwork Successful Teamwork Training Team Planning Team Goals Assigning Roles Agreements Shared Leadership Shared Responsibility

15 Chapter 10 Management Skills 15 End of Section 10.2 Marketing Essentials


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