Capitalizing on Strengths Workplace Skills: Teamwork Essential Questions

Capitalizing on Strengths Workplace Skills: Teamwork  Essential Questions

Capitalizing on Strengths Workplace Skills: Teamwork Essential Questions How do we know when to lead or when to be a leading follower? How do we lead, even when others arent encouraging us to lead? How do we lead, even when we dont have the position title of leader? What role do our strengths play in leading others? Capitalizing on Strengths Workplace Skills: Teamwork Students will understand Leading doesnt always require a position.

Leading looks differently from one individual to another and is dependent upon personal strengths. Capitalizing on Strengths Workplace Skills: Teamwork Students will know Individual team members bring different strengths to the team. Team members can lead most effectively when they use their strengths. Seeking out the strengths of others helps teams function by encouraging people to lead in their areas of strength. Capitalizing on Strengths Workplace Skills: Teamwork

Students will be able to Analyze descriptions of strength themes and identify characteristics of the themes to which they relate. Explain how their personal strengths can best be used in leading and following on a team. Promote their strengths to teammates. Workplace Skills: Teamwork Describe a time when you were a leader on a team or in a group of people. Describe a time when you were a follower on a team or in a group of people.

Workplace Skills: Teamwork Objectives: Analyze descriptions of strength themes and identify characteristics of the themes to which they relate. Explain how their personal strengths can best be used in leading and following on a team. Promote their strengths to teammates. Workplace Skills: Teamwork Knowledge + Talent + Skill = Strength Knowledge Information gleaned from resources outside of ourselves.

Talent An inward affinity to a task, activity or interest. Skill A learned ability. Workplace Skills: Teamwork StrengthsQuest https://www.strengthsquest.com/193541/themes-full-description.aspx Workplace Skills: Teamwork StrengthsQuest Themes

Achiever Activator Adaptability Analytical Arranger Belief Command Communication Competition Connectedness

Consistency Context Deliberative Developer Discipline Empathy

Focus Futuristic Harmony Ideation Includer Individualization Input

Intellection Learner Maximizer Positivity Relator Responsibility Restorative Self-Assurance Significance Strategic Woo Workplace Skills: Teamwork Leaders Leading Followers

Provide guidance and direction to others Support the leader in accomplishing tasks Take initiative to identify problems and seek out others to assist in developing solutions Rally support amongst other teammates with less buy-in Monitor team progress Are aware of team progress to hold others accountable Hold team members accountable

Offer suggestions and ideas Have their own tasks and seek reports of others progress Readily report the progress of their teams performance Celebrate the success of team members Encourage others Workplace Skills: Teamwork Create your own personal business and the advertising components of the business.

Identify the top three strengths of the business. Create a logo. Create a business card. Create a magazine or newspaper advertisement that promotes the strengths.

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