Presentation ppt on teamwork

From Care Plans to Care Coordination: Opportunities for Computer Support of Teamwork in Complex Healthcare Ofra Amir, Barbara Grosz, Krzysztof Gajos Harvard.

to make shared, informed decisions.” How can technology better support such complex teamwork? Technology for Supporting Teamwork FLECS teamwork goes beyond prior work Supporting healthcare teams Temporal coordination (Bardram 2000) Centralized/plans are not integrated no adaptation of plan information Opportunity for Technology Support: make care plan “ever-present” adapt presentation to team members Dynamically Evolving Plans follow family priorities {parents, primary care provider, specialists, therapists,/


INTER-PROFESSIONAL TEAM COLLABORATIVE CARE OF OLDER ADULTS Presenter: Nicole Osevala, MD Assistant Professor Penn State Milton Hershey Medical Center Prepared.

facilitate appropriate referrals for desired outcomes Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing 2001 INTER-PROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION: Teamwork Principles of Successful Teamwork : Collaboration Coordination of services Shared responsibility Communication Mutual accountability Effective teams must work across/ S- continues with poor intake Mary C. (VNA) 10minSW to screen for depression, MD treat if present Mr. S-family concerned he is still driving 10minOT to perform drivers safety evaluation, MD to speak with/


EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT (Participation and Teamwork) Assoc Prof. Dr. Jegak Uli.

and tracking the effectiveness of solutions. Effective teams are goal centered, independent, open, supportive, and empowered. TEAMWORK The central role of teams, and the need for such team skills as cooperation interpersonal communications, cross training,/receive training in the rules of quality circle participation, the mechanics of running a meeting and making management presentations, and techniques of group problem solving. Quality circles unique characteristics 8.Circle members, not management, choose/


McGraw-Hill © 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 2: The Dynamics of Effective Teamwork Teamwork is vital to business.Teamwork.

have higher productivity than individuals. McGraw-Hill © 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. The Perks of Teamwork You can have more fun when you collaborate (work together, combining skills & talents).You can have more fun when you / sounding boards for ideas, listen to you rehearse a presentation.Count on your teammates to find errors, act as sounding boards for ideas, listen to you rehearse a presentation. Make friendly suggestions to your teammates.Make friendly suggestions /


© The Johns Hopkins University and The Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation, 2011 Teamwork Data Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality Presented.

Johns Hopkins University and The Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation, 2011 Teamwork Data Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality Presented by: Heather Halvorson, MD; Nana Khunlertkit, PhD; Ayse Gurses,/ being adhered to? –Is an acceptable standard process available that can be implemented? –Evaluate organizational/cultural factors Results of Teamwork Data Analysis Recommendations / Strategies Barrier Theme: lack of standardized communication –Is a standardized tool / process in place and not/


Dr. Dan’s SpeeDee Pizza’s Formal Training Plan Presented By: Merry Chokani Training Director – DDSP.

programs Training Policy cont.  Challenge Statement We challenge each employee to present the highest quality by adhering to the belief of DDSP We challenge each employee to present the highest quality by adhering to the belief of DDSP  Responsibility /LessonEmployee Interaction Lesson Objective - to inform the long haul drivers with the necessary skills such as teamwork, shared vision, working together, and communication that are needed for employee interaction Objective - to inform the long haul drivers /


The Multiple Dimensions of Implementation of Teamwork Across Disciplines Yin-Che Chen, Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University Workforce Education & Development.

Self-managing team Self-directing team Self-governing team Source: Dyer, W. G. (2005). Team building: Past, present, and future, John Wiley & Sons, p. 406. Case Study of Teamwork - 1 Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)  Research Purpose Determine the effectiveness and implemental result of teamwork in a military organization  Research Target and Time March, 2009 ROTC at The Pennsylvania State University Officers and/


EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT (Participation and Teamwork) Assoc Prof. Dr. Jegak Uli.

and tracking the effectiveness of solutions. Effective teams are goal centered, independent, open, supportive, and empowered. TEAMWORK The central role of teams, and the need for such team skills as cooperation interpersonal communications, cross training,/receive training in the rules of quality circle participation, the mechanics of running a meeting and making management presentations, and techniques of group problem solving. Quality circles unique characteristics 8.Circle members, not management, choose/


Unit-5 Teamwork Presented by N.Vigneshwari.  Every organization may start initially with one person or a few people, one of them being the entrepreneur.

Unit-5 Teamwork Presented by N.Vigneshwari  Every organization may start initially with one person or a few people, one of them being the /of the modem world cause them to work individually and derive all the benefits an organization can bestow, individually.  It is the responsibility of the management to foster teamwork amongst employees. It requires clear  definition of the following:  Responsibility  Authority  Wherewithal for accomplishing the task  Criteria of measurement of the work output./


Workshop 02 – Our Teamwork Effectiveness ver 16D12M14Y1© TEAM C – Toolkit to Enhance and Assist Maximizing Team Collaboration Workshop 02 Our Teamwork.

to Enhance and Assist Maximizing Team Collaboration Small Group Work: Collaborative Leadership Using worksheet #7 consider what strengths are already present in the team to support each of the leadership elements; enter these into column 1. Consider what enhancements to teamwork are still needed; enter these into column 2 Be prepare to share your work with all the other participants Workshop 02/


Teamwork Technology Trust Company confidential1. Teamwork Technology Trust Company confidential2 Contents 1.What is Quartz Crystal? 2.What is Filter?

.Types of Crystal filters 7.Quartz crystal design parameters 8.Crystal filters applications 9.Typical BOM of crystal filter 10.Crystal filter Specifications 11.Crystal filter parameters 12.Present Design status 13.Action plan Teamwork Technology Trust  Specifications: Frequency :139.06250MHz( Freq Range: 100MHz to 140MHz) Band width at 3 dB :<20kHz Band width at 1 dB :>6kHz Ripple :<1dB(70% of/


EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT (Participation and Teamwork) Assoc Prof. Dr. Jegak Uli.

and tracking the effectiveness of solutions. Effective teams are goal centered, independent, open, supportive, and empowered. TEAMWORK The central role of teams, and the need for such team skills as cooperation interpersonal communications, cross training,/receive training in the rules of quality circle participation, the mechanics of running a meeting and making management presentations, and techniques of group problem solving. Quality circles unique characteristics 8.Circle members, not management, choose/


Presentation Objectives

and reference materials. Use resources like the expertise of other people on shift, other people, and the manufacturer’s manual. Teamwork and communication help to reduce the potential error due to the lack of knowledge. Address all changes, including temporary ones. Lack/ may not be addressed. Trust and respect are compromised. Cynicism and sarcasm are present. Lack of Teamwork Example Tank Volume Record Keeping – Employee purposely recorded wrong volume to cover up his mistake. He got fired for lying./


REGION 17 4-H Program Harrison, West Pottawattamie, East Pottawattamie, Mills, Montgomery, Page and Fremont 4-H Problem-Solving, Teamwork and Fun through.

- Learning about the challenge and how our community can make a difference and presenting it in a creative way Report– Defend the robot, your programming, your teamwork and your research project REGION 17 4-H Program Harrison, West Pottawattamie, East/for doing their best and participating in a Regional FLL Event to share what they have learned Research Project Presentation—5 minutes Teamwork activity and interview Technical Interview where you will share your robot and mission strategies 3 Robot Matches—2./


Military Teamwork.

Looking out for team members, providing support when required. Mateship trust loyalty, communication skills. Communication. Interoperability. Teamwork Questionnaire 4. What individual skills should be acquired or enhanced by team training? WARFIGHTING HEALTH CARE Discipline /Guardians of their country. Soldier first- speciality second. Command has absolute authority. Acceptance of ever present risk of death. Interpretation Groups become teams through disciplined action Real teams are deeply committed to /


The Florida High School Athletic Association... building leaders through teamwork, sportsmanship and citizenship. Umpiring & Umpire Evaluations Presented.

The Florida High School Athletic Association... building leaders through teamwork, sportsmanship and citizenship. Umpiring & Umpire Evaluations Presented by Dwayne Sealy The Florida High School Athletic Association... building leaders through teamwork, sportsmanship and citizenship. Umpire Evaluations  Why is this important?  Where we were  Where we are The Florida High School Athletic Association... building leaders through teamwork, sportsmanship and citizenship. 2014 State Softball Finals Vero Beach, /


Chapter 14 (Lecture Outline and Line Art Presentation) Group Dynamics and Teamwork.

Groupthink (cont’d) Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.Lecture Outline and Line Art Presentation, 5–27 Team, Teamwork, and Trust Cross-Functional Teams Task groups that are staffed with a mix of specialists focused on / to be boundary spanners. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.Lecture Outline and Line Art Presentation, 5–28 Team, Teamwork, and Trust (cont’d) Virtual Teams Task groups with members who are physically dispersed yet linked electronically/


TEAMWORKING TEAMWORKING UNIT 03. WHAT DO THE FOLLOWING CHARTS TELL US ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF TEAMWORKING?

Can be used in a number of different ways including team development, leadership development etc. HOW DO THESE CARTOONS COMMENT ON TEAMWORKING? HOW ABOUT THESE CARTOONS? TEAM MEETINGS Look at the list of temaworking tasks (a-j) which are often given as /PICTURES? ALTERNATIVE TYPES OF MEETING – SB, p 24 Alternative types of meeting can save time and reduce the number of people present.  READING - Read the descriptions and decide which one is best for situations a-d below. VOCABULARY - Complete the tips /


Thermal Technology System Co.,Ltd Confidential Value Innovation with Teamwork Creation Passion Trust 회사 소개서 July. 24. 2011’

Trust TTS 인 원 : 80 명 주 고 객 : 주 생산품 및 생산능력 -Suscetor 및 Heater 제작 소 재 : ㈜ 티티에스 자 본 금 : 5 억 매 출 액 : 160 억 (2010 년 기준 ) 설 립 일 : 2000 년 7 월 9 일 SemiconductorSemiconductor LCDLCD Solar Cell 기업 소개 Confidential 3 Value Innovation with Teamwork Creation Passion Trust TTS Company Profile 년도내 용 2010 년 *High-Temp( 1300 ℃ ) Heater (W, Q’tz) Under development *Present Capital : 5 억 2009 년 *Liquid Vaporizer Development *8.5G Solar cell Susceptor Development and Delivered manufactured goods *ZnO Hot trap Development and/


The Florida High School Athletic Association... building leaders through teamwork, sportsmanship and citizenship. C2C Training Session: Updates & Tips.

Each Head Varsity Coach is required to complete their compliance with P.36.4.1 by viewing an online presentation followed by successfully completing an exam consisting of twelve (12) questions via C2CSchools. Implementation Plan All head coaches/ Tells you what is missing! Navigation Buttons Print SEL Button The Florida High School Athletic Association... building leaders through teamwork, sportsmanship and citizenship. State Entry List - Printing Will list all the schools in your district Print one or all/


TEAMWORK BASICS Faculty of Information Technology Version 1- 2014/20151.

, conflict resolution and negotiation skills (Crebert et al. 2011) Version 1- 2014/20158 Advantages and Disadvantages of Student Teamwork Disadvantages – Not all students learn everything about the topic, especially if the task and workloads are divided into separate components/ and has discussions, but the designated leader makes the final decision. The designated leader calls a meeting, presents the issue, listens to discussion from the team, and announces her/his decision. WeaknessesStrengths Team is not /


1 Turning a Team of Experts Into an Expert Team: Contributions From the Science of Teamwork and Simulation Eduardo Salas, Ph.D. Department of Psychology.

training/CRM (Wiener, Helmeich & Kanki, 1993) Meta-cognition training (Cohen et al., 1998) 24 Promoting Teamwork … DURING  Maintaining Teamwork Scenario-based training Guided Team self-correction (Smith-Jentsch et al., 1998)  Designed to teach teams to/, 2007) 32  Comprehensive Search (1955 – 2008)  Over 300 empirical articles 245 journal articles 33 conference presentations 20 theses/dissertations 13 book chapters 13 technical reports 3 unpublished works The Quantitative Literature 33  Over 10,000 /


Integrity ♦ Innovation ♦ Accountability ♦ Commitment to Excellence ♦ Teamwork Values Residential Accessory Structure Standards Summary of Planning & Zoning.

3) ZBA Review based on criteria listed PZ/ City Council Review based on criteria listed Integrity ♦ Innovation ♦ Accountability ♦ Commitment to Excellence ♦ Teamwork Values Discussion Integrity ♦ Innovation ♦ Accountability ♦ Commitment to Excellence ♦ Teamwork Values Presentation Overview BackgroundBackground Current standards for accessory structuresCurrent standards for accessory structures Recommended standards for accessory structuresRecommended standards for accessory structures Recommended standards/


June 20011 Opportunities... for Leadership and Management... and Greater Success A Tool Kit for Teamwork Outcome Management Consultants... Management Coaches.

. Communication - Open up and simplify. The DNA Of Corporate Innovation June 2001 25 Collaboration - Innovation is a teamwork process. Teach and reward teamwork. Completion - When innovations are completed, they should be celebrated. Contemplation - Document and assess innovation projects. Build a/ least weekly y Establish an agenda, follow it precisely. y Focus on results first. y Use only visual presentations for results. No words or print outs. y Have the right people there. y Everyone is equal, someone/


To Use the Teamwork Test -- Or Not? A Psychometric Evaluation Janet L. Kottke California State University, San Bernardino Kimberly A. French University.

sample 3 [SD =.21]. The average difference in inter-item correlations was.02 [SD =.01]) Thus, only the results from the full samples are presented here. Kottke, French, & Kirchner PTC July 23, 2013 16 Table 2. Teamwork KSA Test item-level means, standard deviations, and item-total correlations for all samples. Sample 1Sample 2Sample 3 Subscale Item Statistics M(p)SDr i/


TEAM STRUCTURE The ratio of We’s to I’s is the best indicator of the development of a team. – Lewis B. Ergen SUBSECTIONS Why Teamwork? High-Performing.

a whole through better performance. Effective team members “achieve a mutual goal through interdependent and adaptive actions.” TEAMWORK ACTIONS SAY: Teamwork actions include: Assembling a team. Selecting a leader. Identifying the team’s goals and vision. Assigning /365-375. 1962. Morgeson, F. P. “Leading as Event Management: Toward a New Conception of Team Leadership.” Poster session presented at meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, St. Louis, MO. 1997. Salas, E., C. S. Burke/


Teamwork Strong teamwork skills are critical to success “NONE of us is as good as ALL of us” C ommon goal C ommitment C ollaboration C ommunication C onflict.

one costume Effectiveness of the warning sound Visual quality of one costume Creativity of how the complete (balsa) structure is presented Creativity of one prop (costume etc.) Artistic quality of a costume (prop, backdrop, membership sign, etc.) Performance /part of Long-Term be very specific 6 Style FormStyle Form Teamwork, Style, & Paperwork COST FORM one copy for Staging Judge includes everything used during the Long-Term & Style presentation that enhances the solution combine value of small items “Cost”/


A Convergence of Perspectives: Enhancing Students’ Employability by Becoming Members of the Same Team Presenter:Vanette Hordyk Conference : Education in.

:Vanette Hordyk Conference : Education in a Changing Environment: Meeting the Challenges Theme: Employability and Workforce Development Presentation Outline Research Literature and Ideal Team Findings of Perspectives - Students - Employers - Academics (extant literature) Concluding Comments References Research Aim To explore, analyze and discuss the conceptualization of teamwork skills from the perspectives of graduating business students and business employers. Research Context The Changing Nature of/


. Cooperative Learning: Teamwork for Engineering Classrooms Karl A. Smith University of Minnesota March 1995 IEEE education society/ASEE electrical engineering.

ä Provide both academic and personal support based on a commitment to and caring about each other ä Use teamwork skills to coordinate their efforts and achieve their goals ä Share responsibility for providing leadership ä Analyze how effectively they are achieving/(allow enough time to recall resources) ä Recommend PowerPoint ä Give a paper copy of the presentation to me at the beginning of the presentation ä The oral presentations will be given at the beginning of the period ä Sign up for the oral report on/


Adding Value: Self-Leadership and Teamwork

Major-City Route Pattern Tapping Technology and Automation Computers Managing contacts Managing territories Sales presentations Communications Internet and World Wide Web Enhances information availability Intranets Extranets Improves communication capabilities /Manufacturing Partnerships Administrative Support Partnerships Shipping and Transportation Partnerships Customer Service Partnerships Building Teamwork Skills Understanding the Other Individuals Attending to the Little Things Keeping Commitments /


ASSESSING TEAMWORK IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLASSES Sadan Kulturel-KonakAbdullah Konak Penn State Berks.

and Peer Assessment Resource Kit (SPARKplus) (Willey & Gardner, 2009) Peer Evaluation & Assessment Resource (PEAR)  Designed for assessing teamwork Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities  Provides feedback  Preserves confidentially  Based on the Model of Domain Learning (Alexander et al.,1994/ p *: 0.05 and **:0.01). Self-Efficacy Current Work Past Design & Implementation Testing Present Beta trials Fix the bugs Build Additional Rubrics Future Data Mining Conclusions  PEAR facilitates peer and self/


Quality Improvement HIT Design to Support Teamwork and Communication Lecture a This material (Comp12_Unit7a) was developed by Johns Hopkins University,

Al, 2009) 7 Health IT Workforce Curriculum Version 3.0/Spring 2012 Quality Improvement HIT Design to Support Teamwork and Communication─Lecture a Provider Hand-Offs Study of Emergency Physician-Hospitalist hand- offs Differences in function and /- 34% Availability of discharge summary remained low after four week post discharge: 51% - 7.17.1% When present, discharge summaries lacked important clinical information Poor communication was the cause of primary care provider dissatisfaction. (Kripalani, S et /


MSc/ PG Diploma in Construction Management Leadership and Teamwork By Professor Simon Burtonshaw-Gunn – licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution.

Teamwork By Professor Simon Burtonshaw-Gunn – licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution – Non- Commercial – Share Alike License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/ MSc/ PG Diploma in Construction Management School of the Built Environment MSc Construction Management People Management in the Built Environment Presentation/ BEHAVIOUR DIRECTIVE BEHAVIOUR HIGH LOW HIGHLOW Hersey and Blanchard model on Teamwork and Leadership, from 1969 Team Leadership style... MSc/ PG Diploma/


Soft Skills Systems / Teaching / Assessment Kostas Kechagias Presentation in 2 nd MASS meeting Work Package 4, Needs Analysis / Piloting June 2010.

America 2000 seven skill groups Influence: Organizational Effectiveness and leadership Group effectiveness: Interpersonal skills, negotiation and teamwork Personal management: Self-esteem, goal setting/motivation, and personal and career development Adaptability: Creative thinking/followed in choosing activities: fidelity and complexity Fidelity: similarity of the training situation to the students’ present and future working conditions. The higher the fidelity, the more superior the transfer of learning to /


Innovation integrity reliability service teamwork HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL. COPYING OR DISTRIBUTING STRICTLY PROHIBITED. 1 Bank of America Merrill Lynch Healthcare.

CONFIDENTIAL. COPYING OR DISTRIBUTING STRICTLY PROHIBITED. 1 Bank of America Merrill Lynch Healthcare Conference May 10, 2011 1 Innovation integrity reliability service teamwork 1 2 innovation integrity reliability service teamwork This presentation and any subsequent Q&A may contain “forward-looking” statements, including with respect to:  Mylan’s anticipated earnings;  Anticipated future financial and operating performance and results; and  Expectations for our /


Oral Communications for Business Teamwork. Give me your best definition of teamwork

Dress Power Point required other visual aids optional. Must have a 10-20 minute Activity Provide training to employees: Time Management & Goal Setting Teamwork and Team Dynamics Diversity in the work place Improving Communication Skills Group Presentation cont… Conflict Management Managing Change Using Effective Visual Aids Hiring the right employees Interviewing Skills Improving Customer Service Skills Improving Problem Solving Skills Additional Suggestions/


© 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Teamwork.ppt The Goal is more important than the Role TEAMWORK.

the Destination ImagiNation ® process. Understand elements that make up a great team and explore how Teamwork might be evaluated. Understand basic team dynamics and conflict resolution © 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Teamwork.ppt Methods Presentation Teambuilding Activities Conflict Resolution Discussion Role Playing Debrief © 2005 Destination ImagiNation, Inc. Teamwork.ppt Teamwork Necessary for a team to move ahead Is cooperatively working together toward a common goal Consists/


Webinar 17: Teamwork in The Operating Room. Summary of Last Week’s Call Case Study Results from Last Week Measuring the Checklist 101: –Checklist Use.

of Surgery: 678-685, 2009. OR Team Training Program What We Created 20 Minute Presentation Exercise Team Training Topics The Checklist as a Means to Enhance Teamwork in the OR Closed Loop Communication Speaking Up Coaching in the OR 3 Spots Left / that concerns you during this case, please speak up.” Checklist Teamwork 13.Team members referred to each other by role instead of name (e.g. “Nurse” instead of “Dana”). 3. Physicians were present and actively participating in patient care prior to skin incision. 4/


Welcome to CUSP Communication & Teamwork Tools Coaching Call 1 The session will begin shortly. To access the audio for the session, Dial: 800-977-8002,

are located on each of the coaching call meeting notices/appointments emailed to you by Kimberly O’Brien) 1.This PowerPoint presentation 2.Monthly Team Leader Checklist 3.Sample Agenda for June/July CUSP Team Meeting 4.MDR and Improving Teamwork Article 5.MDR and ICU Mortality Article 6.Lakeland Hospital Experience – daily rounds/goals 7.SJMHS Interdisciplinary Rounds Checklist 8.Henry/


Teamwork and Problem Solving ENGR 1181 Class 2. Problem: Ship Wreck Needs Cleaned Up The cruise ship Costa Concordia struck jagged rocks and sank off.

TM33.0 h 1 h 100 Solidowkrs ModelTM41.0 h 1 h 100 Team Meeting Minutes  Header (date, time, method, members present)  Objective of Meeting (1 or 2 sentences)  Tasks completed from previous week or last meeting Bullets with task Assigned person to/ what the team discussed and what needs to be completed. Typical team meeting notes include the following: Addressing Typical Teamwork Issues Teamwork Scenario 1 A team is encountering problems with one of its members. This team member does not complete his team/


Chap 2 - Engineering Success & Teamwork PREP004 – Introduction to Applied Engineering College of Engineering - University of Hail Fall 2010.

teamwork more than an individual’s ability to contribute. Real Life Scenario (Test 1) A bunch of things have come up and you aren’t going to be able to complete the task you were assigned before tomorrow’s team meeting. What should you do? A.Skip the team meeting because you have nothing to present/ is spoiling it for everyone. D.Call him and find out what is going on E.A &D Acknowledgement This presentation is adopted from Lectures of Prof. J Athanasiou, Prof. T. Anagnos, & Prof. K. Youssefi San Jose State/


Integrity Innovation Accountability Commitment to Excellence Teamwork Values City Endorsement of the Southlake Stampede Public Art Exhibit Event Overview.

proceeds funding: (50%) Southlake public art & arts education (50%) Southlake charities Integrity Innovation Accountability Commitment to Excellence Teamwork Values City Endorsement of the Southlake Stampede Public Art Exhibit Mission –Provide a fun, family oriented, public art event/that this is a public display and all proposals must be appropriate for all audiences. –The importance of presenting as much of the creative depth of Southlake artists possible is emphasized. –The Review Committee reserves the /


Teamwork in Medicine Elizabeth Harlow, MD Division of Geriatrics The University of Nebraska Medical Center.

people to work together collaboratively to accomplish tasks Shared leadership Characteristics of effective leadership: Role modeling and shaping teamwork through open sharing of information Constructive and timely feedback Facilitation of briefs, huddles, debriefs, and conflict resolution T/having shaking chills and I am concerned for sepsis. B: She is an 88 y o female with recent URI now presenting with cough, fatigue, and shaking chills. Her VS 2 hours ago showed tachypnea (RR 24), tachycardia (HR 100),/


TEAM STRUCTURE The ratio of We’s to I’s is the best indicator of the development of a team. – Lewis B. Ergen SUBSECTIONS Why Teamwork? High-Performing.

a mutual goal through interdependent and adaptive actions.” Slide 25 TeamSTEPPS 06.1 | Team Structure Team Structure TEAMWORK ACTIONS SAY: Teamwork actions include: Assembling a team Selecting a leader Identifying the team’s goals and vision Assigning roles and/65, 365-375. 1962. Morgeson, F. P. “Leading as Event Management: Toward a New Conception of Team Leadership.” Poster session presented at meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, St. Louis, MO. 1997. Salas, E., C. S. Burke, /


Innovation ◊ Integrity ◊ Accountability ◊ Commitment to Excellence ◊ Teamwork Regular City Council Meeting December 4, 2007.

2A.Executive Session 2B.Reconvene / Action necessary from Executive Session Innovation ◊ Integrity ◊ Accountability ◊ Commitment to Excellence ◊ Teamwork 3A.Mayor’s Report 3B.City Manager’s Report 1.Recognition of Emily Galpin for her efforts on behalf of the Bob Jones Nature Center 2.United Way Presentation – Senior Community Plan CONSENT AGENDA: 4A.Approve the minutes from the November 20, 2007, regular City/


S.P.I.R.I.T. Scholarship, Passion, Integrity, Reflection, Involvement, Teamwork.

our first impression of you, so have fun with it! Bring in a visual of your passion as part of your presentation. For example, if you are passionate about soccer, bring in a soccer ball or your favorite player’s jersey. If you/ Involvement, Teamwork REFLECTION - Part 2 Upon the completion and delivery of the five other parts to this assignment, answer the following prompt: 1. What have you learned about yourself as a reader, thinker, writer, and speaker? 2. Are you happy with your passion presentation? Why /


Your Portfolio This PowerPoint presentation is linked to my web-site. There is also a Portfolio marking Rubric on the site.

FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS: COMMUNICATE Charts created in a spreadsheet Charts created in a spreadsheet PowerPoint presentation (print it out) PowerPoint presentation (print it out) Public speaking certificate Public speaking certificate Debating certificate Debating certificate Model/ Safety-related certificate Safety-related certificate Lab safety certification Lab safety certification Other??? Other??? 23 TEAMWORK SKILLS Review your school, work, and community activity documents in your portfolio from last year /


Concepts of Teamwork and Collaboration Applied to the Community Health Workers as Part of the Primary Care Team Cathy Franklin, DNP, RN, FNP-C East Boston.

parallel fashion reflecting a lower degree of collaboration on the spectrum (D’Amour and Oandasan, 2005) Terminology Teamwork creates the environment that supports collaboration Collaboration: exchange between professionals “which values the expertise and contributions that/ teamwork and collaboration with primary care workforce redesign that integrates CHWs sits on the brink of bridging the gap between primary care and public health Summary and Conclusions Integrating CHWs into Primary Care teams presents /


Unit 5 Design as a Team Focus on Teamwork Chapter Workshop Foundations  Work with Groups Work with Groups Workshop Toolbox  Tools for Teams Tools for.

where the shape is moved. (pg. 382) 9-1 Before You Begin Go to Chapter 9, and choose PowerPoint Presentations to preview the documents you will be creating. Also, use the individual project Rubrics to help create and evaluate your /data source and a main publication. Chapter 9 Unit 5 Design as a Team Focus on Teamwork Go to http://www.glencoe.com Online Learning Center  Unit Activities  PowerPoint Presentations  Student Data Files  Key Term Flashcards  Reading Checks and Critical Thinking Activities  e/


H IGH P ERFORMING T EAMS Teamwork Innovation in teams Diversity and teams Leadership in teams.

their characteristics T EAM T RAINING Design a measurement plan Include appropriate content Teaching taskwork before teamwork Cooperation Conflict Coordination Communication Coaching/leadership Cognition/shared understanding T EAM T RAINING Instructional strategy Provide / Shared team goals T OWARD B ETTER D ECISION M AKING Effective presentation of minority perspectives Clear presentation of views Compelling presentation Persistence Delayed changes in related domains Stimulates creativity V IRTUAL T EAMS /


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