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Re: Re: Groups, Teams, and Leadership Posted: Wed 7/19/2017 at 10:55 PM, in reply to Sharii A Hill

Shari, you seemed like you motivated yourself to keep going in tough situations among your group. Teams can sometimes run more smoothly than groups. Teams have the same goal, so they work together to succeed. In groups, the individuals do not have a goal set for themselves, so they often have bumps in the road because they are confused about their path. 

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Re: Re: Groups, Teams, and Leadership Posted: Wed 7/19/2017 at 11:00 PM, in reply to Shanna Davis

Shanna, your team seemed very experienced. Groups and teams bring individuals closer because they are getting used to working with and being around each other. This can develop relationships between the groups and teams. Good vibes between the individuals can help the group or team succeed. 

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Re: Re: Re: Groups, Teams, and Leadership Posted: Thu 7/20/2017 at 12:00 AM, in reply to Willie Lee Wilcher

Absolutely, you are spot on. There are some highs and lows to motivation in teams and groups. When the group takes  hit in morale it starts to impact individual members. I have always tried to tie my motivation to something outside of the group or team to maintain momentum. I love to see a finished product or outcome. Leaders have to see the finish line when noone else believes. 

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Re: Re: Groups, Teams, and Leadership Posted: Thu 7/20/2017 at 2:35 AM, in reply to Willie Lee Wilcher

The input of ideas from other team members is vital to the overall success of the team. Brainstorming serves as a power vehicle for a team when it is done effectively. I value the inpuit of others as a leader. One idea can sparks a great collaboration. Responsibility in a group can be a heavy task. Noone wats to be known as the person who let's the team down. 

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Re: Re: Groups, Teams, and Leadership Posted: Thu 7/20/2017 at 6:46 PM, in reply to Willie Lee Wilcher

Willie, I commend you on being the kind of team leader that ask for input from your colleagues. So many leaders feel as if

they do not need any ideas or suggestions from team members, but a good leader will always make their members feel as if

they are important and a part of the process. One reason that teams within an organization are important because they

increase employee relations. Team members who come together for a task can bond with each other and gain respect for

one another.

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