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Ch 3: Team Goals, Objectives, Charters & Plans

About This Chapter

Our corporate training chapter covers team charters, plans, goals and objectives for you to review with your supervisors. All of the lessons and quizzes included in this chapter are carefully written by instructors for ease of use and understanding.

Team Goals, Objectives, Charters & Plans - Chapter Summary

We've made it easy for you to go over team plans, charters, objectives and goals with your supervisors by using our user-friendly chapter. Just a few of the subjects discussed are setting team objectives, aligning team goals with company goals, creating a team charter and action plans for work teams. Each lesson is accompanied by a short assessment quiz to ensure that your staff understood what they learned. You'll also find a comprehensive test at the end of the chapter.

How It Helps

  • Encourages cohesion: By creating team goals and aligning individual strengths of team members with the goals of the team, supervisors are able to create strong and cohesive groups.
  • Builds understanding: Information about team charters and the process of setting appropriate team goals and objectives is included for your supervisors to review and master.
  • Boosts confidence: Supervisors who understand how to create action plans and set achievable goals are more confidently able to do their jobs.

Skills Covered

Our course is designed to help supervisors achieve the following goals:

  • Set successful team objectives
  • Align individual strengths with team goals, and join team objectives with company goals
  • Create an effective team charter
  • Develop an action plan for work teams

7 Lessons in Chapter 3: Team Goals, Objectives, Charters & Plans
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Setting Team Goals & Objectives

1. Setting Team Goals & Objectives

The goal-setting process can be more effective when team members are involved and SMART goals are used. This lesson will explain these factors and offer some tips on how to successfully approach the goal-setting process.

Aligning Individual Strengths With Team Goals

2. Aligning Individual Strengths With Team Goals

The most successful teams are made of people who are able to use their strengths to contribute towards project goals. This lesson will discuss the benefits of this method as well as how to do it.

Aligning Team & Company Goals

3. Aligning Team & Company Goals

Teams are supposed to set goals that support the company's greater goal, but sometimes it's necessary to realign these goals. Let's look at how goals are made and how different echelons work together to successfully accomplish the company's mission.

Creating a Team Charter

4. Creating a Team Charter

Projects need individuals to work, but successful projects need a team to work together. This lesson will discuss how creating and implementing a team charter can help with employee commitment, communication, and timely goal attainment.

Action Plans for Work Teams: Definition & Development

5. Action Plans for Work Teams: Definition & Development

Want to get stuff done more efficiently? Consider an action plan. In this lesson, you'll learn more about action plans for work teams, why they're important, and how they are developed.

Practical Application: Determining Responsibilities for Team Members

6. Practical Application: Determining Responsibilities for Team Members

In this practical application, we'll explore a real-life scenario about how to use individual strengths to your advantage when building and assigning responsibilities to team members.

Practical Application: Action Plans

7. Practical Application: Action Plans

An action plan is a written document that outlines the steps necessary to reach an organizational goal. In this lesson, you'll find a template for implementing an action plan inside your own business.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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