What is unique needs of a team appraisal system?


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A whole is only as good as the sum of its parts; this is foundation of the unique needs of a performance appraisal system.
When looking at the unique needs of a team appraisal system we have to consider the fact that a team relies on interdependency and we also have to look at the way a team links and the communication and cognitive skills for this. By having knowledge of the best way to understand why a team appraisal is unique to that of an individual appraisal system.
Secondly a team appraisal system needs to not only understand the individual skills each person needs but also it has to look at how these skills interlink to the best effect. This means each team member has to be able to see all the skills that encourage teamwork. A team appraisal system has to look at the importance of team skills, communication coordination, trust and a team having a shared vision over just the individual persons’ needs and skills. This is far more complex and is necessary for a team appraisal system.
Teams should also be able to appraise and then design exercises to meet the aforementioned team objectives. Being able to design exercises and tasks that develop a team attitude and self-correction system are part of the unique needs of a team appraisal system over that of the individual system.
The final part of this is being able to evaluate the measures to see if they work. A team appraisal system will look at the whole over the individual and so is different and unique to any other form of appraisal system.
These are the unique needs of a team appraisal system over an individual system.

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