“Teamwork is a make or break situation. Either you help make it or the lack of it will break you”. (Be the Best Possible, 2001, p1)
When choosing team members, you ask yourself “Who would the best team players be?” Teams need strong team players to perform well. After reviewing Team A charter I believe we have found that team!
Working on teams can be rewarding, but at times it can be difficult and downright frustrating. If there are poor communicators on your team, you may often feel left in the dark, confused or misunderstood. To create a successful team, effective communication methods are necessary for both team members and leaders. Team A takes great pride in having good communication and time management skills. Speaking for myself, I have interpersonal, problem solving and organizational skills. All of which I have to have in order successfully complete my assignments at work.
On this team, we share the same goal which is to strive to for the best. You can count on a reliable team member who gets work done and does his/her fair share to work hard and meet commitments. He or she follows through on assignments. Consistency is the key. You can count on him or her to deliver good performance all the time, not just some of the time. To reach this goal, we must be active participants and feel comfortable talking with one another. We share our ideas, information and experience. Team A knows the success of this team lies on treating fellow team members with courtesy and consideration- not just some of the time but consistently. We do believe in everyone giving it 100% commitment in order for there to be success. Strong team players care about their work, the team, and the team’s work. They bring this to the table with every
assignment. They want to give a good effort, and they want other team members to do the same.
Incorporating the personality, listening and trust skill assessments was a big help. It helped me get to know my team...