Individual Contribution

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Individual Contribution

Each individual in a team have their own strengths and weaknesses. When learning teams are properly structured and everyone is contributing 100 percent, it can be an effective method of developing skills and sharpening existing ones. Within this paper, I will summarize my individual contribution to the team project and evaluate the effectiveness of my contribution to the success of the team project. Additionally, I will identify the areas where I believe additional training and more opportunities to practice would be helpful. My contribution helped make the team project a success. I encouraged team members to brainstorm and I provided ideas and inputs for the assignments. I spend a considerable amount of time guiding other team members on specific tasks of the project, concerning my area of expertise, to assist the team in reaching project goals. I demonstrated strong leadership skills throughout the project, in multiple project areas. In week two, I volunteered to be the team leader. As the team leader, I assigned each team member a portion of the assignment to accomplish, pulled together everyone¡¯s inputs, proofed the paper for grammar, punctuation, and formatting errors, posted the proofed paper for review and team members¡¯ approval, and posted the finished product to the assignments-write-only folder. The effectiveness of my contribution and my team mates has shown in our learning team grades. Our grades for the first three assignments have been a perfect score. As far as areas where additional training and more opportunities to practice would be helpful, I do not see any. Overall, I think University of Phoenix does a great job in laying out the requirement for the team projects. Additionally, I like the diverse settings of the teams. I have learned so much from my team mates. When starting my studies at UoP, in the beginning, I really did not enjoy the team concept because in some classes not everyone was giving 100 percent of...
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