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  1. 1. Task Dispositions Task Disposition Disposition Description Polisher Refines and finishes the group’s ideas with great attention to detail. Works well under pressure of time. “That is still not as strong as it could be, let's practise it again” Reality Maker Takes the developing ideas and starts to shape them towards the end product. May also stretch ‘reality’ to fit developing ideas. “That’s great, but we’ll need some changes to make it work” Out-of-the- boxer Innovative, inventive, creative, original, imaginative, unorthodox, problem solving, spontaneous. “The first thing that comes into my head is . . .” Chair Motivates everyone to work together towards shared aim. Time and resources planner. “We need to be aware that time is running out” Evaluator Critical thinker who reflects on the actual outcomes of collaboration. Will recognise and motivate patterns of success through feedback and reflection. “We need to find a way to make the middle join with the end better” Shaper Recognises patterns and connections between ideas. Builds complexity and clarity through combining and adding to other’s ideas. “Yes, and . . .” Specialist Technical expert with particular skills, knowledge and experience. Used when existing group members do not have ability or knowledge. Also can be created ‘expertise’ through research.

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