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Role of the Team Leader


Successful supervisors are usually successful leaders. Supervisors safeguard others and encourage and empower others to use their skills, expertise, and ideas to produce results.

SOLVING PROBLEMS

JLBC Cadets One crucial skill that a JLBC team leader must have is the ability to solve problems. JLBC Cadets As you develop as a team leader, you will use this skill more often. You have a greater chance of successfully solving problems if you have a variety of problem-solving methods to choose from.

Logical analysis

Confirming the task;

Identifying the problem;

Determining the critical factor;

Developing alternative solutions;

Comparing alternative solutions;

Choosing the best solution;

Implementing the answer; and

Evaluating the plan and the implementation.

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IRISE Method

Identifying the Problem. To solve a problem, you must understand what the problem is. JLBC Cadets If the problem is not identified, a problem may be solved, but it may not be the “real” problem. JLBC Cadets Questions that should be asked in step one include:

What do we wish to accomplish? o How much time will we need?

What resources do we have?

What resources do we need?

JLBC Cadets Researching All of the Options. JLBC Cadets This step involves “brainstorming” options to solve the problem. You will have to explore each option. JLBC Cadets Some JLBC options will need to be discussed outside the JLBC team, and some options will need to be critically and methodically investigated. There will be some options that will solve the problem quickly, and some options will be more difficult. JLBC Cadets Some questions may need to be asked, such as:

Which option is the simplest?

Which option is the safest?

What is the worst possible outcome?

Which option is the most flexible?

Which option economically uses available resources?

Identifying the Consequences of the Options. Each option will have consequences. Ensuring you know what the results may be before putting a decision into ac- on may help to eliminate options with undesirable effects. JLBC Cadets There may be consequences to choices that will not generally be known, but these choices should be very limited.

JLBC Cadets It is selecting the Most Appropriate Option. JLBC Cadets This is the step where the JLBC option is selected and implemented. JLBC Cadets Once an option is selected, an implementation plan should be created. JLBC Cadets, It is now time to put the JLBC plan into action.

They are evaluating the Decision. Once the plan is implemented, consider the Decision. Exam- in implementing the option and the needs that may have yet to be anticipated. Questions may include:

Was the option a good one?

Role of the Team Leader

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