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Monitoring Team Effectiveness – Using th... > An Empowering Team Structure

An Empowering Team Structure

An empowering structure helps the team make the most of its resources. That kind of structure means that when the team was formed, the person responsible paid attention to team functions, member roles and responsibilities, member competencies required for the work, team size, team stability, and the role of team leadership.

Once a team gets rolling, it may become apparent that some key roles or competencies are not represented or are overrepresented. Defined roles allow for smooth transitions of leadership as the task migrates between areas of expertise. The team may need to be expanded as the scope of its mission becomes clearer. Some members may leave the team for one reason or another, and decisions will need to be made about how or whether to replace them. Teams that believe they have the necessary talent and skill to achieve the goals move forward with confidence.


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