Teams function more effectively when there is agreement among members about what is important.
This requires Postsecondary Leaders to first develop a foundation of trust among members with clear norms and structures for mutual accountability. Postsecondary Leaders are more likely to run effective meetings when team functioning and trust are central to the planning process. Meetings should also incorporate time and space for reflection so team members can build on their successes and consider challenges.
Tool Set E begins by asking educators to examine positive leadership experiences and specify what attributes from those experiences could become team norms.
Use the Tool Set
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