culture promotes collective responsibility and ownership. It inhibits the blame culture and stimulates opportunities for wisdom and improvement.
Shared leadership Leadership in such teams is based on situation, need and expertise. Leadership is shared or rotated within a HPT far more than any other type of team. This further promotes the ownership and commitment between all the team members. Each success is viewed as personal victory and each failure is jointly analyzed and overcome. Such groups nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship, collective risk taking and joint responsibility. Adequate skills and knowledge In order to encourage teamwork and interdependency, the team must have the essential support and arrangement, preliminary putting jointly the correct populace. Team members are selected and errands assigned with their usual skill. The team should as well have the assets and guidance necessary to develop the skilfulness required to complete their jobs. Quick learning HPTs leverage their cohesiveness to facilitate team learning, enhancing their capability to gain knowledge. Each team member plays the dual role of a student, as well as a teacher. Thus, the team members become multi-skilled and can contribute in multiple facets to the team. Safeguard from politics One of the most notable findings of the recent research on effective teams reveals that in high - performing groups, the leader protects the team from the rest of the organization by shielding them from unwanted interference. They protect the team from negative powers in the environment that interfere with the team values, procedures and hinder the progress.
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