Types of Team Groups and Effective communication Questions

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Write 100-word response to each of the following prompts:

  • In what ways do teams differ from groups? What factors contribute to a team? When have you worked in a team? What was your experience like?
  • What are some different types of teams? What are the goals of each type of team? What differences are there in how team members work together in these different teams?
  • What are some examples of effective communication and listening skills for teams? What makes these skills effective? What are some of your strengths and weaknesses when communicating in a team? How can you work on the areas that need improvement?
  • Describe effective communication and listening skills.
  • Form, Storm, Norm, Perform ... stages of group development?Why is this important information? Have you had experiences you can relate to the stages going especially well or not so well?
  • Too often there is the perspective that full delegation is the only actual delegation. It isn't. And it can cause failure and frustration. The big point is have a clear understanding between the person delegating and the person being delegated to about the level of freedom. to simply do the research and return with information? should I make suggestions? or am I to develop a whole action plan and return for feedback?

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School: Rice University


Study Questions

Differences between groups and teams and contributing factors to a team
Types of teams and their goals


Effective communication and listening skills for teams


Describe effective communication and listening skills


Importance’s of Group Development Stages
Importance of Defining Freedom in Delegation



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Differences between groups and teams and contributing factors to a team

In teams, achieving common purpose and goals binds and connects individuals while in
groups individuals are responsible for their efforts in completing a task. In teams, accountability
is individually or mutually while in groups accountability is at an individual level (Guillaume et
al., 2017). A team is contributed by cooperation among individuals, commitment to achieving a
common purpose and good communication to allow a flow of information. I worked in a team
whose common goal was to develop a website to facilitate customers to make purchase orders
online. In the team, I recognized the benefits of teamwork such as brainstorming facilitated
creative ways that lead to the success of the website.

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