Effective Teamwork – PPT

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5 minute presentation deck of Effective Teamwork slides with notes for leaders to present to their team.

  • What are the elements of effective teamwork?
  • What are the clear direction and goals
  • What skills are required for effective teamwork?
  • Problem solving skills
  • Conflict management tips

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Description

Teamwork

Now with a changing environment for majority of businesses we find most of our teams working from a remote set up and this can be challenging for many of us who are used to having colleagues nearby to share ideas and thoughts. Effective teamwork can be evaluated by managers just on outcomes however in these times it is becoming more essential to ensure our individuals are managed according to their requirements.

Why Use this Powerpoint?

We have created a short 15 minute powerpoint presentation with some suggested notes as a start which you can elaborate on to share in a virtual team meeting with your teams. Use this as a gap filler or stand alone presentation for you.

Outcomes from the PPT

15 minute presentation deck of Effective Teamwork slides with notes for leaders to present to their team.

  • What are the elements of effective teamwork?
  • What are the clear direction and goals
  • What skills are required for effective teamwork?
  • Problem solving skills
  • Conflict management tips

 

Additional information

Communication Skills

Being a good listener is one of the best ways to be a good communicator. No one likes to talk with someone who only cares about their stories or ideas. Take time to practice listening and play close attention to what the other person is saying, ask clarifying questions and rephrase what the person is saying to ensure understanding. This will help to respond effectively.

Collaboration skills

Open collaboration is where you invite people from inside or outside the business to generate ideas and solve a problem, this is best suited for wide ranging challenges.

Conflict Management

Listening to a team workers issue is the first and most important step on resolving conflict.

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