Leadership skills, team performance, communication, icebreaker activities, solving activities, planning activities, trust activities, attendance, helpfulness, efficiency, initiative, quality
It is, nowadays, difficult to determine what makes a great leader, in particular in project management teams. Indeed, according to Roselinde Torres, most of the used leading models are based on old success models that are now obsolete. Most companies failed in creating great leaders. The leadership style chosen has a direct impact on the result that will be achieved by the team.
[...] To analyse this variable, missed deadlines and bad results but be analysed. • Initiative: the variable is a sign of motivation and satisfaction of the team members. It also shows the proativity of the members which is an important quality require in project management success. • Quality: it is the most important but also the most difficult variable to measure. Tasks must be done efficiently as seen previously but it must be a work of quality which will be valuable. [...]
[...] Leadership Skills and Team Performance It is, nowadays, difficult to determine what makes a great leader, in particular in project management teams. Indeed, according to Roselinde Torres most of the used leading models are based on old success models that are now obsolete. Most companies failed in creating great leaders. The leadership style chosen has a direct impact on the result that will be achieved by the team. According to Felix Marsh, in his article for Aboutlearders.com the success of the project completion is the most important responsibility and goal of the Project Manager. [...]
[...] This is the reason why leadership as seen with Muhammed Adeel research is linked to team building. First, it is interesting to define what team building is. According to the Business Dictionary team building is the “ability to identify and motivate individual employees to form a team that stays together, works together, and achieves together.” Several games and techniques can be used to create a real-motivated and homogeneous group. These activities can be divided into four main types: Communication and Icebreaker activities, problem solving and/or decision-making activities, adaptability and/or planning activities, and activities that focus on building trust The following points are some examples of possible team building activities for a small team of eight to ten people, divided into the four main working categories: I. [...]
[...] Also, project managers must give the opportunity to each team member evaluating himself can permit him to take conscience of some issues. Rachel Scott developed another tool to analyse team performance. Indeed, she measures team performance is five main points: • Attendance: this variable is useful because if for instance a team member is often late, leaves early, or takes lots of sick days, it can show a lack of motivation, health issues, or even a burnout. Project management teams need to take into account that absenteeism can create extra pressure on other teams and lead to dismotivation. [...]
[...] The team is divided into small groups. One member of each group has 10 seconds to memorise the sculpture and then 1 minute to explain it to his peers. After one minute, another team member comes to see the sculpture and does the same. The game continues until one team succeeds in reproducing the sculpture. The aim of the game is to teach project team members how to solve the problem and how to communicate effectively in the team. III. [...]
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