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Introduction to the Teamwork unit for the NCFE Level 1 Diploma for entry to the Uniformed Public Services

Introduction to the Teamwork unit for the NCFE Level 1 Diploma for entry to the Uniformed Public Services

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  • 1. NCFE Level 1 Develop Team working skills
  • 2. NCFE Level 2 Develop teamwork and Problem solving skills
  • 3. What is teamwork?
    • Write down a paragraph that describes what teamwork means to you?
  • 4. Teamwork The aim of teamwork is to:
    • Achieve the best possible results.
    • Achieve it in the best possible time.
    • With the least effort and expense.
    • Without cheating or breaking rules
    • Without destroying the team.
  • 5. Why do we work in teams?
    • Give a few reasons of why we work in teams in the Uniformed Services?
  • 6. Leaders and their qualities
    • Think of three people who you think are good leaders.
  • 7. Leaders continued
    • What qualities do they have that have that make them good leaders?
  • 8. Leaders
    • Have you ever had to take charge of a group and how did you cope with it?
    • Are leaders born or made?
  • 9. What different qualities are important when working in a team?
  • 10. How big is the ideal team?
    • How many people make up the ideal team?
  • 11. Doea every team need a leader?
    • Can teams function without a leader?