Working collaboratively

Leadership and Effective collaboration
What Skills Enhance Teamwork?
Some people collaborate better than others. It’s not just about their ego; it’s also about specific skills they developed through practice. When you’re trying to hire the perfect workers for a team or you’re trying to train your current ones, these are the skills you should focus on:
Ability to Compromise
You should encourage everyone to share their ideas, but you must explain that not every battle has to be fought. They should simply offer their point of view and listen to what the other team members have. Then, they can join forces towards finding a compromise.
Communication Skills
Workers need to put effort into every part of their job. They should be able to express themselves clearly and connect with the rest of the team so they can talk about the project. Communication is the essential element of effective collaboration.
When creating a team, you’re grouping individuals together. When their egos clash, you come down to a tricky situation: the differences prevail over their will to find solutions. It’s vital for everyone to practice tolerance towards each other. You can encourage tolerance through motivational speeches, as well as through direct feedback and recommendations.
Technical Skills
As a worker, you may need to collaborate through digital tools, you have to make sure you have the technical skills needed for that. If you struggle with technology, you need to speak up and ask for assistance.
AND Collaboration is a purposeful relationship in which all parties strategically choose to cooperate to accomplish a shared outcome

Five Easy Ways To Effectively Collaborate With Your Team
Have a clear goal. To begin collaborating on something, you need a shared understanding of what you are trying to do. ...
Give others permission to lead. ...
Allow space for other ideas. ...
Be flexible with your own needs to satisfy the needs of others. ...
Be humble.
Building and Maintaining Relationships
Give and receive feedback from peers or other team members in order to perform the task.
Share credit for good ideas with others.
Acknowledge others' skill, experience, creativity, and contributions.
Listen to and acknowledge the feelings, concerns, opinions, and ideas of others.
Expand on the ideas of a peer or team member.
State personal opinions and areas of disagreement tactfully.
Listen patiently to others in conflict situations.
Define problems in a non-threatening manner.
Support group decisions even if not in total agreement.
Achieving the task
Give and seek input from others (in formulating plans for recommendations).
Assist others in solving problems and achieving own goals.
Share information, ideas, and suggestions.
Ask for help in identifying and achieving goals and solving problems.
Check for agreement, and gain commitment to shared goals.
Notify others of changes or problems in a timely manner.
Check for understanding.
Negotiate to achieve a "win-win" outcome.

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* 1. Which of the following is an example of working Collaboratively?

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