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Team Communication Performance Strategies

By, KAVIPRIYA K 3511140031

Team Communication Performance Strategies

means the process of effective communications framework with in the team members work together. The team members work together to achieve a common goal only through effective communication, this can be done only when the team members understand the same meaning in same way which is understood by others.

Four-ways of effective communication

Attention Apprehension


Process of creating empowered team

Defining areas of responsibility.

Measures, boundaries and feedback method.

Specific team members responsibility. Determination of training needs.

Plan for transition.

What are the key goals for the team communication?

Some questions to be considered before building your team communication strategy are:How can the strategy support the team purpose and vision? How can it support us on our journey towards performance of goals? How can it stop us from becoming distracted from our key objectives? How can we use it to keep the team closely bonded together? What will be our biggest challenges? How can it contribute to maximising our effectiveness and efficiency?

How can it help the team performance to the best?

To communicate openly about success and other

information. We must avoid communicating about how to be successful. We must communicate frequently. Eliminate unnecessary communications. We must increase quality of communication. Performance matrix should be focused around communication. We must encourage and appreciate frequently.

Steps to create a sustained team

Selecting members for their complementary skills

and potentials. Developing clear rules of conduct and challenging performance goal. Establishing a sense of urgency right from the first meeting. Providing substantial time together in which new information is constantly shared. Providing positive feedback, recognition and rewards.

Obstacles for Team Communication Performance Strategies

Badly expressed message. Symbols with different meeting. Faulty translation. Unclarified assumptions. Technical jargon. Body language and gesture decoding. Premature evaluation. Lack of attention. Loss by transmission and poor retention.

Organisational policy.

Rules and regulation.

Status. Organisational facilities.

Fear of challenge to authority.

Lack of confidence of superior on his team

members. Unwillingness to communicate. Lack of proper incentives.

Improving Team Communication Performance Strategic barrios.

Clarify the ideas before communicating

Communicate according to the needs of receiver.

Consult others before communicating. Be aware of language, tone and content of message.

Convey things of help and value to listeners.

Ensure proper feedback. Communicate for present as well as future.

Follow up communication.
Be a good listener