Work group vs work team

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Work group vs work team

Work group vs work team

At a recent training with over 30 consultants from many industries and 3 different countries, we brainstormed this question. Here are the results for you and your team to discuss. If they give a score of less that a 10 on a scale, than ask them to offer one or two actions that the team can take to move the team up to a score of Taking action on the ideas is the way to move your team up a level or two.

Good Team Traits The team supports the vision and values of the company. There is high trust among team members.

No, group work in school is not “just like in the real work world”

The team works together in alignment with the company purpose and goals. There are systems to follow with a training and feedback procedure to keep performance at a clear standard. Team members have well defined roles and are cross-trained to support each other during peak times, vacations and sick days.

There is cooperation and support among the team. Team members are productive. Team members see the big picture and stay out of the brambles of gossip. Team members and managers have courageous feedback conversations.

The team has fun. Team members want to keep abreast of industry, technology and procedure advances. The team is empowered and energized. Leaders and managers practice what they preach.

Team members, managers and leaders share a passion for the work they do. Team members collaborate to solve problems and to reach goals and do not compete with each other.

Here is the list of Bad Team traits. Bad Team Traits Toxic team members are not dismissed, put on probation or held accountable. Skill proficiency is glorified over building relationships with team members and customers.

Managers use FEAR tactics. Conflict is avoided so problems go underground and cause additional problems. There is indirect communication, rather than courageous and honest conversations.

Team members gossip about the managers, leadership, each other and customers.

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Favoritism is shown by management. There is a lack of accountability. Team meetings are time-wasters or are monologues.

The company works top down without input or feedback from the frontline. There-you now have two excellent lists to give you and your team a Check-Up.

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