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Team Roles and Responsibilities
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Microsoft PowerPoint - TEAM ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES.pptTeam MembersTeam Members
Like players, team members fill specific, Like players, team members fill specific,
defined rolesdefined roles
Every Team Needs One!
Focusing team members on the purpose and task of the project;
Organizing the group, securing meeting space, resources and clearing organizational boundaries.
Working closely with the facilitator to create agendas, planning outcomes and ensuring next steps are assigned, etc.
Recognizing and celebrating accomplishments.
FACILITATOR
Help the group with the process.
Help the group with the "how" decisions.
Makes things happen with ease...
develop and manage the process for the team
helping them to stay on track and proceed through ground rules
Helps the group with the process...
neutralizing potentially dominating people
Helps the group with the "how"
decisions...
skilled at using the tools and helping teams realize their potential
The job of the facilitator is to:
Remind the team of its schedule.
Bring to their attention options and consequences.
Solicit input from everyone regarding the next move.
Help redirect the team toward their new goal.
Remember this...
The facilitator's role is to move the team through the process. Facilitators should avoid making decisions or offering opinions.
TEAM RECORDER
and decisions.
Some thoughts to consider:
The recorder is responsible for documenting the team's process, discussions, and decisions.
Don't editorialize!
Minute by Minute...
Monitor how long the team is taking to accomplish its tasks.
Provide regular updates to the team on how well or poorly they are using their time.
Collaborate with the team leader, facilitator and others to determine new time schedules if the agenda has to be adjusted.
Remember this...
TEAM MEMBERS
Everyone Else!
Be enthusiastic and committed to the team's purpose.
Be honest and keep any confidential information behind closed doors.
Share responsibility to rotate through other team roles like facilitator, recorder, and timekeeper.
Team members must agree to:
Share knowledge and expertise and not withhold information.
Ask questions, even seemingly "dumb" ones. Often the new perspective of "inexperienced" team members can provide insight.
Team members must agree to:
Fulfill duties in between meetings.
Respect the opinions and positions of others on the team, even if the person has an opposing view or different opinion.
INFORMAL ROLES:
Teams can have unofficial, informal roles too. Some are helpful and some are not so helpful.
Helpful Roles
A knowledgeable subject matter expert who can clarify technical issues.
The Expert
Helpful Roles
Often, a "big picture" person who helps to Often, a "big picture" person who helps to
sum up items.sum up items.
The Summarizer
Helpful Roles
help bring opposing views together.help bring opposing views together.
The Bridge Builder
Not Always Helpful Roles
Always telling jokes to the extent that others Always telling jokes to the extent that others
can't accomplish their goals.can't accomplish their goals.
The Joker
Not Always Helpful Roles
Hates to make decisions, or reach closure; Hates to make decisions, or reach closure;
always looking for more information or wants always looking for more information or wants
to "think things over a little bit."to "think things over a little bit."
The Blocker
Not Always Helpful Roles
Always busier, harder working and has more Always busier, harder working and has more
responsibilities than others.responsibilities than others.
The Busier Than Thou
Not Always Helpful Roles
If they aren't interrupting for some reason, If they aren't interrupting for some reason,
Disrupters like to hold side conversations or Disrupters like to hold side conversations or
generally disturb the group.generally disturb the group.
The Disrupter
Doesn't like to participate, rarely Doesn't like to participate, rarely
contributescontributes
Helpful Roles
Set clear time limits for making decisions and remind people often of the time
Clarify expectations
Remember this...
Team members must commit to the success of the group and promise to participate.
ALL FOR ONE, ONE FOR ALL!

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