Conversations Catalogue: Canada Feb. 2016 - Page 16

Lea Thinking Communication Team Self Management Role & Culture Self Management Team members gain a greater sense of control over their work, the direction that it’s going, and think more proactively about what steps they can take to have a greater impact in the organization and with the end client. • Time Management: Individuals consider how they manage their days; they focus on how to work more efficiently and effectively. • Prioritization: Identify what’s important and what’s urgent. Move beyond just “keeping up” to actually getting ahead. Team members realize the value of their contributions. • Planning: Future planning for personal careers, organizational goals, and departmental goals. Intelligent planning as a group. LIVE WEB COMPLEXITY OF DELIVERY REQUIRED OPENNESS OF TEAM