Clear structure improve evaluation

Prepare an agenda for the team’s next evaluation meeting. This includes formulating a purpose for the meeting and thinking through what areas of concern need to be discussed (such as planning, communication, and leadership). 
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Happier teams

Clear structure improve evaluation

In a team debrief, the participants have the chance to reflect on a previous work experience: what was done, what was learned, and what needs to be done in the future to ensure that the team functions more effectively. In their research into this method, Tannenbaum and Cerasoli also discovered two factors that appear to make a debrief more effective. The first was having a facilitator, such as a team leader or consultant, who helps keep the discussion objective and focused and makes sure that everyone gets their say. The second was having a clear structure to the conversation so that the discussion is goal-oriented and no important areas of concern are forgotten.