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  • 1. Hell’s Kitchen
    Clark Beyer, Brock Carter, Denis Gelrud, Chris Sokolis, Sam Wertz
  • 2. Introduction
    Hosted By Gordon Ramsay
    Cooking Competition
    Chefs Compete in Teams then Individually
    Winner wins the position of Head Chef at a famous restaurant
    Team picks people to eliminate
  • 3. How Not To Communicate
    Yelling
    Angry tone
    Rolling eyes
     No eye contact
  • 4. How To Communicate
    Speaking loudly
    "Keep it up"
    Calm tone
    Effective listening
  • 5. Who Made Themselves Relevant?
    Heather
    She won Hell's Kitchen
  • 6. Heather
    Made herself relevant
    Took Control
    Ordered people around
    Turned around a failing team
    Made them act professional
  • 7. Productive Ways to Build Teamwork
    Heather stopped her team from fighting
    Work together as a team
    Demonstrated by example through her attitude and cooking
  • 8. Undermining Others
    Male contestant told another he needed red sauce
    Did not tell him that he found some.
    Many foods undercooked
    Forgetting to turn ovens on
    Not communicating that dishes needed to be prepared
  • 9. The Truth
    Important to tell the truth
    Truth helps communication, even with mistakes
    Keeping the rest of the team updated by communicating is a vital asset to the team. 
    Example:
    Rachel lied about how much time it would take for an entrée to get to the dining room
    The entrée was not going to get out on time
    Able to adjust their strategies and would have had an easier time making up for Rachel’s mistake
  • 10. The Truth
    Giving false, misleading information will get that person in even more trouble in the long run
    Have realistic ideas when working on a team project
    Lying negatively affects the entire team
  • 11. The Truth
    • Depends on the situation
    • 12. What are the stakes involved?
  • Compared to Our Team
    Organization
    Teamwork
    Alliances
  • 13. Life Experiences
    Teamwork
    Strategy
    Weakest Link
    “Cuts”
  • 14. Conclusion
    We Learned:
    Work better as a team
    Every team needs a leader
    Want to be in control? Take the lead