Everyone needs to have a clear picture of the situation.
"Concept Attainment" is a simple group learning technique that helps you achieve a consistent understanding of important concepts and ideas.
It is particularly powerful where team members' judgment plays a large role in how they respond or make decisions and where consistency is important across your teams. By discussing examples and individual attributes of the issue being discussed, you can help your team gain a deeper and unified understanding of the issues they face, so that they solve problems in a similar, effective way.
Examples of where this is useful are:
Use the tool in small team meetings of up to, say, 8 people. Your role as the team leader is to introduce the concept or approach you want to explore, and guide people through a productive discussion, using the following steps:
As team leader, bring to the team meeting well-thought-through, written definitions of the concept. Make sure that you collate any pre-existing definitions, such as those published in staff manuals, corporate communications and so on. Present the team with these as the starting point.
Within the team, discuss what the concept means and how it specifically applies to the team. Unravel specific...
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