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PSYC305
“Team Situational Analysis—Leadership Style Appraisal”

Week: 1

Team Member’s Name: Angela Romaniello

Team Leader’s Name: John Mora

We want your individual observations in order to give the team’s leader for this week a valid feedback.

The same as in the corporate world, in your team there are different elements that are part of your situation and that make demands upon you as a team leader or as a team member.

In the following table, we have compared the elements of the corporate world to those of this class environment. They represent the main situational elements that make demands upon a leader’s behavior.

Corporate World | Class Environment | Team Leader’s Rating (from 1 to 9 where you can’t use 4, 5, or 6) | What specific behavior(s) was your rating based on? Make a short comment that describes what the leader did or did not do that makes you give that appraisal. | | | 1, 2, 3 or 7, 8, 9 | | * Superiors | * Faculty | 9 | | * Colleagues | * Other team leaders | | was late on the discussion but it was a valid reason. after he started the communication, as a leader, he did very well with communicating to the team. he was on top of everything with communication and completed all team work that needed to be done by the leader. | * Subordinates | * Team members | | | * The corporate environment (corporate culture or corporate environment) | * The class environment (schedule, shell, and syllabus) | | | * Clients (market and competitors) | * The other teams | | | * Regulatory elements (legal and regulatory environment) | * Specific rules for the assignment and the class | | |

General comments (recommendations) about the Team Leader’s performance: was late at first but after he did extremely well with communicating to everyone in the…...

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