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I-14

2000

LESSON

5—HANDOUT

Task Roles

  • 1.

    Team Initiator

    • Starts the discussion

    • Introduces new topic or issue

    • Gets team moving

  • 2.

    Seeker of Information

    • Asks others in the team to clarify or share information

  • 3.

    Giver of Information

    • Shares knowledge with the team

    • Offers facts, opinions, and relative experiences

  • 4.

    Challenger

    • Questions the team’s thinking to generate higher quality results

    • Plays devil’s advocate

    • Asks “what if” questions

    • Thinks critically about input and urges team to consider different points of view

  • 5.

    Coordinator

    • Helps to clarify group ideas and suggestions

    • Makes connections which can advance the problem solving process

  • 6.

    Evaluator

    • Compares team’s work to standards for the purpose of producing the best possible results

  • 7.

    Completion Advocate

    • Reminds group about unfinished business and the need for follow up

  • 8.

    Summary Associate

    • Summarizes what has been decided or accomplished at the meeting

  • 9.

    Secretary

    • Takes notes and records ideas and decisions of the team

  • 10.

    Time-Keeper

    • Keeps team on task in terms of time available and tasks remaining

  • 11.

    Task Master

    • Reminds team when the discussion has gone off task

    • Refocuses the team to the task at hand

  • 12.

    Procedure Development

    • Develops procedure or methods of accomplishing the task.

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