Effective & Ineffective Team Roles
Do you belong to a certain team? What is your role? Are you some kind of a leader, a follower or just a doer? Every role in a team has something to do with the future success of the company. Below are the some team roles and their significant descriptions.
Performer – one who stands as a leader who knows where to go and what to do. He takes full responsibility for his job and thereby helps the organization tremendously. This type of role is very essential for a team to achieve success.
Highly Effective Doer– one who is very willing to work, learn and improve from time to time. With the correct guidance and training, he will be a future performer.
Less Effective Doer– the person who is somewhat willing to help. However, his contribution is not making much difference to the overall result. Lack of effort in engaging to the team may seem to be the reason why this type of role is lacking.
Potential Trouble Source – this person goes up and down and alternates between helping and destroying. His influence makes work harder and less predictable to others.
Suppressive Person – one who is actively trying to destroy the operation but is often trying to hide his deeds by the use of a nice social mask. He is a very dangerous threat to any organization.
It is very important to learn how to precisely differentiate between productive and destructive people. It helps your team achieve safety, stability and productivity.
Screenshots credit to: Performia
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