1. A team must develop its own identity, work out      how it can be successful and develop the teams goals. 


  1. A team needs to understand its talents and      create clear, challenging development targets: they must develop a shared      understanding of how they need to grow.


  1. Every team needs a set of guiding principle or code of practice which describes how it works together.


  1. Roles within the team are distributed to reflect:


  • The needs of the business or team
  • Tasks that need to be performed
  • Attention to individual needs both inside and outside the team


  1. The      team leader must adapt to changing circumstances within the team and      operate in such a way that a balance is struck between:


  • Concern for work expectations
  • Concern for the people
  • Concern for the processes


  1. The team regularly reviews its performance and      actions are:


  • Recorded
  • Owned by specific team members
  • Adapted in the light of experience


  1. Work is distributed in a way that takes account of:


  • Individuals work load
  • Their interests and team roles
  • How they have performed in different work categories


  1. A positive team culture is encouraged within the      team which:


  • Build trust and team spirit
  • Improves the productivity of the team
  • Creates a positive working environment


  1. Success is regularly reviewed in terms of the      categories:


  • Personal responsibility
  • Shared responsibility
  • Tasks


  1. Individual differences are valued within the      team and recognition is managed effectively to encourage creativity and      innovation: feedback is given which recognizes individual’s      contribution: