Communicating for Results Seventh Edition. Cheryl Hamilton, Ph.D. 10 Opening Quotation. Committed Members. Necessary for effective team participation . . . Devote time and energy to team Support final decision Perform needed functions. Microsoft Image. Group Task Functions.
Communicating for ResultsSeventh Edition
Cheryl Hamilton, Ph.D.
10 Opening Quotation
Necessary for effective team participation . . .
Devote time and energy to team
Support final decision
Perform needed functions
Include the following functions . . .
Cause unproductive conflict in groups . . .
Plan opening remarks carefully
Seat nonfunctional person next to leader
Avoid direct eye contact
Assign nonfunctional member tasks
Ask members to speak in order
Place talkative member between quiet members
Give praise and encouragement
Communication skills for group members include . . .
Successful leaders are more likely to be . . .
Leadership Trait Questionnaire . . .
“There are certain functions that must be performed if a group is to be successful. Any time you perform a task or maintenance function, you are the leader for that period of time.”
How many times did you perform the following functions in a group discussion?
Leadership Function Questionnaire . . .
Autocratic leadership style
Democratic leadership style
Laissez-faire leadership style
Includes the following four styles . . .
Selling or coaching style
Charismatic leaders . . .
Articulate a vision
Provide plan for attaining vision
Inform members of meetings
Select place for meeting
Check that everything needed is in place
Welcome people as they arrive
Start and end meeting on time
Preview and stick to agenda
Make sure recorder is present
Ask questions skillfully
See to task and maintenance functions
Thank participants and audience
Make sure results are passed on