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How to Be a Good Team Member

By:
 Joseph William Singer  
Product number:
PSW 000-SM02
Published:
2010
Length:
5 pages
English:
PDF
Product Type:
Workshop-Based Case Study
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Abstract


This technical note, designed for students in the Problem Solving Workshop, outlines a systematic approach to working with teams on collaborative projects.

Learning Objectives

  • Help students identify and emulate characteristics of effective team members.

Subjects Covered

Team Dynamics, Legal Profession

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