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    Two-part Case on Team-building

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    The solution addresses why a consultant or outside observer would be helpful to a team-building exercise and also answers the components to the team-building cycle. The solution is approximately 400 words. The actual case study is attached.

    Why would it be useful to have a consultant or outsider observe the team and give feedback to the team?
    What are the components of team buliding cycle, and why is it so useful to understand?

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    Why would it be useful to have a consultant or outsider observe the team and give feedback to the team?
    The consultant may serve as a team-building expert and provide unbiased feedback. Consultants are often utilized to provide support to a manager; in this scenario the focus would be on coaching a manager on how to properly move through the team-building cycle. Unless managers have been trained in this particular field, despite their position of being "in charge" of a team; managers may lack the critical skills required to engage in team-building. The consultant would be used to assist, train and ...

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    The solution addresses why a consultant or outside observer would be helpful to a team-building exercise and also answers the components to the team-building cycle. The solution is approximately 400 words.

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