JLBC INTRODUCTION


JLBC INTRODUCTION

JLBC Cadets, state your topic and introduce yourself.

ATTENTION

Tell a story that, in your mind, constitutes an illustration of a successful team. It does not have to be one relating to JLBC Patrol. An example would be one of a successful sports team winning the championship, a depiction of soldiers/sailors in a victorious battle, or the 1989 United Airlines flight, which lost all three hydraulic systems and crash-landed in Iowa. Try to keep the story to about a minute in length.

(JLBC Instructor Note): If you have a favorite example of teamwork in action depicted in a movie or TV show, feel free to show the clip as the attention step. Just ensure that your point can begin to identify the aspects of teamwork you want to highlight instinctively.

JLBC MOTIVATION / DISCUSSION QUESTION

Ask the following question, “What about this team made it successful?”

JLBC ANTICIPATED RESPONSES:

“They solved the problem.” “They got along well together.” JLBC Cadets “Everyone knew what they were supposed to do.” “They won the game.” “They accomplished the mission (or goal).”

JLBC INSTRUCTOR RESPONSE:

Reflect positively on all responses.

JLBC TRANSITION TO OVERVIEW

So, what is JLBC teamwork, and why is JLBC teamwork essential to JLBC Patrol? I will offer you some questions that will help you explore teamwork in depth. For instance, please consider:

1. Is teamwork the successful group accomplishment of a goal?

2. Is it the successful joining of individuals who have come together for a common purpose?

3. Must you succeed at being successful as a team?

4. Is teamwork implied when you join an organization?

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