Communication Action Plan

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Communication Plan

Working in any group can have its positives and negatives. I think the positives part of working in a group is getting to know people that are different from you but having the same goals as yours and that is going over and beyond to try to get the job done successfully. Another positives aspect you have when it comes to working in a group you don’t have to do the work all by yourself and to heads are always better than one. One of the negatives parts of working in a group is trying to get everyone on the same page and that can take a little bit of time because I’m sure everyone has other things going on in their life. Another negative situation that can easy occur is having miss communication in your group. In order for group projects to be successful the team members need to understand what it is they need to achieve. We have to make the task at hand clear, so that the group knows what is involved and expected of them. All group members have to be held accountable for their part in group assignments. All group members should be encouraged to participate in assigned assignments and express their ideas. We should have structured meetings with an agenda at hand. We as a team need to have the ability to handle disagreements without allowing them to distract us or cause conflict in the group. My group came up with an action plan to be able to communicate more effectively in our group. We are going to do a lot of brainstorming to come up with one great idea. When you work in a group you have to be very respectful of others and their opinions and you also have to keep in open mind. We are going to listen to each other and keep negative thoughts to our self, not only that but we are also going to motivate each other. Some of the ways we are going to do a better job with working on our communicating with each is by exchanging phone numbers…...

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