Team DevelopmentSubject category: General Health and Social Care
Learners will explore the meaning of a ‘team’, the characteristics of a good team and the stages that must be considered to develop and enhance the team.
The focus will be on the importance of relationship-building and they will consider the qualities of a high-performing team. Throughout the course the fundamental role of leadership in making the team successful is referred to.
This course is delivered using a range of methods and resources including:
Role play, self-assessment, group discussions and small group activities.
This course has been developed and mapped to:
Bruce Tuckman’s Team Development Model
The Equality Act 2010
And the following QCF unit:
Developing a Team
Team – definition
What factors make a good team?
Identifying team roles
Team developmental stages
Tasks and tools needed to move through each stage
Approaches to developing high-performance teams
Working towards a common purpose
Communication tools and developing positive interactions
Integrating new team members
Equality, diversity and inclusion for team members
Describe different approaches to developing high-performance teams
List the stages of team-development and the tools and tasks needed to move through each stage
Recognise the importance and input of leadership in creating a successful team
State what leadership qualities needed to develop and lead a high performing team
Describe how you will personally work towards a common purpose
List team communication tools that develop positive interactions among team members
Know the tools for team problem-solving and goal attainment