Unit 9 Kelsey Anderson 30/7/14
Working with others.
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2.2)The Benefits of working with others when contributing to innovation.
The benefits of working with others when contibuting to innovation are:Sharing Ideas- When working with others, its a good way to share ideas. This is so everyone can have their say in what yous are working on.Identify SWOT- This is a very effective way of identifying your Strengths and Weaknesses and if examining the Opportunities and Threats you face. The threats you could come across are people being off sick, people might not get on, etc.Discuss Pros and Cons- By discussing Pros and Cons you can help people with their good things and the bad things, and help them improve on their bag things.Offer each other support and guidance- You can offer each other support and guidance by helping them out and giving them support they need. For example, if someone is stuck a looking for help you can offer them support and guide them through the work.
2.3) Identify the behaviours and attitudes which support innovation.
The behaviours and attitude which support innovation are:Patience- You have to make sure you are patient with one another to support innovation, this is because if you try something and it doesnt work then you will have to stay calm and keep trying until you have got it right.Positive Attitude- A person with a positive attitude looks for the good in every person and every situation. The positive person tends to be constructive rather than destructive. And the good news is that a positive attitude is something that you can learn by practicing it, every single day, especially when it is most needed.Flexability- Workplace flexibility is one of the areas in which workplace policy for lower income workers has been lacking but in which there is great potential for impact and change.Belbin- Belbin identified nine team roles and he categorised those roles into three groups: Action Oriented, People Oriented, and Thought Oriented. Each team role is associated with typical behavioral and interpersonal strengths.