Essay about Effective Communication and Team Building Efforts
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Making a Change
The leader has to learn and develop a sound knowledge in communication skill which will enable him or her to build an excellent team in his organization because without effective communication, they will be description in organizational goal, stress, confusion and frustration between the leader and the members of the team and can lead to reduction in organizational success. The leader has to have open communication skill to facilitate and support the change process because every staff will react differently to any organizational change. As this time, provide excellent training and make ensure every members of the team are pulling in the same direction because "The major role of a leader is to guide and lead” according to…show more content…
Despite the leaders’ best efforts to present the organizational changes in a positive way, they might encounter some challenges and resistance within team members because every team members might not perceive the organizational change the same way. As a result, the leader has to actively involving the team members who resist change by incorporating some of their input and feedback in the change process. This will help reduce their resistance, according to Dianna (2006).
Application of Change Theory
Due to recent problem identified in national staffing association Inc. (NSA) is a break in communication, that lead to lack of continuation of care some of the clients we serve. There was a change in clients plan of care (POC) as the Medicaid continue to titrate or reduce clients benefit that is ongoing now in any organization, the director of nursing (DON) got the intake from Lisa that is Medicaid representative, pass the information to case manager, pass it to case coordinator where it got lost. This vital information was never pass to the nursing supervisor, visiting nurse none home health aide (HHA) who will assist this client for activities of daily living (ADL). This problem was on unit client family called the Medicaid office and Lisa called the office. It was during the
Show MoreSuccessful Businesses Build Teamwork and Trust
Dr. Alen Badal
In this literature review the author discusses why building teamwork and trust is important in the workplace, what trust is, groups versus individual, perception of team members, motivation and usage of rewards to motivate employees, and deviant behavior in the workplace. The author goes on to discusses how each concept relates to each other and gives a resolution to building teamwork and trust within a team, while taking proper precautions so that deviant behavior does not form.
Building teamwork and trust are big issues in today's business world. The absence of trust makes it very hard , if not…show more content…
Two main dynamics to creating effective teams is blending the variety of talents and personalities of each individual in the group. Each individual must be able to allow their strengths to flourish while making up for others group members weakness. The second dynamic in creating effective teams that management makes sure that each team member is on the same page. Each individual who is apart of the team must have the same goals. Communication will be a major factor in keeping team members focused on the same clear and precise goals.
A big part of teamwork or any co-operation amongst co-workers is the capability to deal with people when addressing issues (Friedman, 2008). Trust between team members must be present so that each member feels comfortable in addressing issues they may have within the group. In order for the project to be successful each individual must trust one another. Trust amongst employees and an employers is a major issue in today’s workplace, evidence has suggested that trust in the business world in steadily declining. Trust is considered vital attribute for a business, because without it a business is likely to fail.
Getting workers to trust management is one task in itself, but getting them to trust each other in a team setting is another major obstacle management must face. Now and days teamwork is used on a daily basis. Trust among team members, associates, and management is required in teamwork. When there is trust