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collaborating in teams skills

The single skills are summarised in different headlines that illustrate what “collaborating in teams” means for youth workers skill-wise. The “cluster headlines” do not name skills as such; these can be found through clicking on the lists.

Roles and responsibilities have to be shared within a team. + -

Therefore, skills are needed to:

  • master methods and techniques that support a clear and fair division of such roles and responsibilities
  • match team members’ competences to the objectives of the activity
  • match team members’ competences to the young people’s profiles
Cooperation and collaboration are essential for good team work. + -

Youth workers need skills to:

  • organise and apply teamwork based on principles of non-formal-learning
  • be able to work with various approaches, e.g., co-vision, supervision, collegial feedback
  • be able to foster collaboration among team members
Working together in a team is intense: challenges, feelings and crisis may occur. + -

This requires an ability to:

  • deal well with crisis/conflict in the team
  • deal with emotions
  • feel and show solidarity with people with different values, beliefs and worldviews
Youth workers are themselves continuously learning and developing. + -

They benefit from skills to:

  • develop a continued learning plan for themselves

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