1.1 Define the key features of effective performance.
To have a team that works well and is effective you need to have strong individuals who will work well together, a mix of different people with different strengths would be a good choice, but all would need to have some basic team working skills these include the ability to support each other, have the same goals, communicate effectively, be reliable, enthusiastic and have consistency. Each individual team member should be completely clear on their own roles and responsibilities included in their job description and confident in their role within the setting, if a staff member is not confident or is unsure they should be fully able to approach the team leader/manager to voice their concerns at this point managers or leaders would be able to provide necessary training or support and supervision. A team will work more effectively if they have confidence and respect for their leader/manager, someone who is able to confidently deal with situations, provide support where necessary and be a good role model. By having people on your team who are strong and confident you will achieve the best outcome for your setting, when looking for employees you should consider their roles as team players by assessing skills such as communication, can they communicate effectively within the team. Activeness, are they likely to be an active part of the team and do an equal share. Good listener, by this I mean someone who can not only listen to individuals but also act effectively such as receive constructive criticism. Reliability, are they someone who is going to be on time and meet deadlines and be consistent with their work.
1.2 compare the MODELS used to link individual roles and development within team performance.
When a team is performing at its best, you'll usually find that each team member has clear responsibilities. Just as importantly, you'll see that every role