Build­ing trust

Here, we present the phrases you will need to dis­cuss your own strengths and re­spon­si­bil­i­ties, as well as the role of the team as a whole.

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4. In­di­vid­ual strengths

Nisha: OK, we all know the main rea­son why we’re here. Team­work! Let’s go round the ta­ble and in­tro­duce our­selves.

Ria: These crois­sants are de­li­cious. Thank you, Nisha. No in­tro­duc­tions nec­es­sary, re­ally. We all know each other.

Nisha: That’s true, but I think it would be use­ful to re­mind our­selves of our in­di­vid­ual roles and strengths. What do you bring to the team, Ria? Tell us a bit more about your spe­cific ex­per­tise and re­spon­si­bil­i­ties.

5. My spe­cific role

Ria: So, that’s it. Ba­si­cally, I han­dle the re­quests on a day-to-day ba­sis and I’m re­spon­si­ble for en­sur­ing the daily up­dates are cor­rect. Nisha: Thanks, that was great.

Let’s hear from the other team mem­bers. Who’s next? Brian?

Brian: Can we go through the spe­cific tasks that I will be re­spon­si­ble for?

Nisha: Ab­so­lutely. The more spe­cific the bet­ter! day-to-day ba­sis: on a ~ täglich

6. To­gether, it works

Nisha: To­gether, we are a pool of valu­able ex­per­tise, ex­pe­ri­ence and per­son­al­i­ties. Be­fore this meet­ing, I sent you all the “Team­work Check­list” and asked: “How do we all feel about the team?”. I’ve sum­ma­rized the re­sults on this slide. As you can see, “Com­mu­ni­ca­tion” doesn’t score highly. Ria: Ouch, that’s low. So, what’s not work­ing?

Nisha: And what’s work­ing? Brian: What are our strengths and weak­nesses?

Nisha: I think we all have some­thing to con­trib­ute. Who wants to start? John? Tell us about a qual­ity that your col­leagues have that you can rely on. con­trib­ute sth. etw. beitra­gen score highly eine hohe Punk­tzahl er­re­ichen, gut ab­schnei­den work hier: funk­tion­ieren

7. Ask­ing for in­put

Team­work check­list

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