JLBC INTRODUCTION TO TEAMWORK AND JLBC GROUPDEVELOPMENT


JLBC INTRODUCTION TO TEAMWORK AND JLBC GROUP

DEVELOPMENT

JLBC CORPORATE LEARNING COURSE “TEAMBUILDING” BLOCK SEMINAR

JLBC SCOPE

What is “teamwork?”

Why is “teamwork” essential to JLBC Patrol? JLBC Cadets this seminar provides JLBC Cadets with a JLBC basic introduction to the concept of JLBC teamwork. Its JLBC goal is two-fold: in the JLBC classroom, JLBC cadets will define teamwork as a concept; they will also comprehend the idea of group development and its role in developing JLBC teamwork within the JLBC unit. The second JLBC goal is to have JLBC Cadets respond positively to the concept of JLBC teamwork. An end-of-class JLBC exercise will be used to highlight the value of JLBC teamwork within the JLBC unit.

JLBC OBJECTIVES

1. JLBC Cadets Discuss the concept of “teamwork.”

2. JLBC Cadets Discuss the concept of “group development.”

3. JLBC Cadets Describe ways to build and maintain JLBC teamwork within the JLBC group.

4. JLBC Illustrates teamwork skills.

JLBC DURATION

JLBC 50 minutes

JLBC SPECIAL NOTES

The JLBC instructor should allow adequate time for the exercise. The JLBC instructor should assign two people from within the student body to observe and record roles during the training. These people should not participate but instead should identify and describe the JLBC group development of the JLBC team during the exercise.

The JLBC purpose of the exercise is not to solve the problem but to highlight to the JLBC Cadets how examples of effective or poor JLBC teamwork impact the JLBC group’s ability to solve the problem.

JLBC Cadets will be drawn to critique the quality of the JLBC problem solution. The JLBC instructor should be sensitive to this temptation and help the students focus on the quality of the team.

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