The Theory Of Teamwork Theory By Katzenback & Smith
Following are theories on teamwork:
Theory by Katzenback & Smith. In this theory smith & Katzenback state quality of team for high performance. Qualities such as
Teams should be more ambitious for their goal as compared to other teams.
Teams must have better work approaches so that they perform well …show more content…
In this initially meeting, colleagues are acquainted with each. They share data about their experiences, hobbies and experience and shape initial introductions of each other. They find out about the task they will be taking a shot at, examine the undertaking's destinations/objectives and begin to consider what part they will play on the venture team. They are not yet taking a shot at the undertaking.
As the team cooperates, they move into the storming" stage. This stage is not avoidable; each team - most particularly another team who has never cooperated - experiences this some portion of creating as a team. In this stage, the colleagues contend with each other for status and for acknowledgment of their thoughts. They have diverse opinions on what should be done and how it should to be done - which causes struggle inside of the team.
At the point when the team moves into the "norming" stage, they are starting to work all the more successfully as a team. They are no more centered on their individual objectives, yet rather are centered on building up a method for cooperating. They respect each other's opinions and value their differences. They begin to see the value in those differences on the …show more content…
So his leadership can be effective.
Following are those qualities.
Honesty: Whatever ethical plane a leader holds to himself, when he is responsible for a team of people, it’s important to raise the bar even higher. And if leader makes honest and ethical behavior a key value, his team will follow suit.
Delegate: Finessing his image vision is fundamental to make effective business, however in the event that leader don't figure out how to believe his group with that vision, he may never advance to the following stage.
Communication: It is very important for a leader to communicate with his employee and that also in a very productive way so that the employee understands how should he work on things and solve the problems.
Confidence: If there is a problem in business a leader should be confident enough to solve the problem. By keeping such confidence he must also ensure that his employees are confident.
Positive Attitude: It is always good to keep positive attitude. Because as said there is nothing in this world which is impossible so a great leader should be positive and should also spread positive vibes in his