September 11, 2010
Dr. Suzanne Cherry
Workings in teams are a big factor in a working environment. Groups are challenging, demanding, and tough at times, if the effort is not put in to improve. Developing teams can help members in any situation that is why it is best to know each strengths and areas for improvement. When working in a group each player should try to understand each others personality traits. In Dr. Suzanne Cherry’s Management 521 class, two groups were assigned to make an observation of their team charter, trust, and personality scores that exist within their group. In studying these, the members in Team A: Ebony Georgie, Willie ...view middle of the document...
Each member in Team A has different personality traits that make them who they are. These members in this group acquire qualities that have the ability to make their group inspiring but yet original. Players India, Willie, and Ebony are creative and like to think outside the box (Georgie, 2010). Shanna, Kathy, India, and Willie obtain characteristics that are introspective, visionary, and innovative; in which these qualities change something that is simple to detailed and complex at the same time (Georgie 2010).
Players Ebony, Willie, Shanna, and India all have good listening skills but have room for improvement, while Kathy needs to advance more than all the others (Georgie, 2010). Listening is an ability that requires engagement and awareness of those who are speaking. Listening also gives the speaker who is talking the respect and attention that is due. Although, listening requires concentration there may be distractions and interruptions that get in the way from listening. It just depends on how an individual can tone things out to develop...