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.
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