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12.6: Assignment- Collaboration in and Across Teams

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    Imagine you are the regional manager of a grocery store chain, and you are going to conduct a professional development session to teach your staff about team building techniques for more effective communication among departments.

    You will form a group of 2–3 students. Your task is to each create a 4–5 minute presentation supported by PowerPoint slides on one of the following topics:

    • Team Communication in the Workplace
    • Collaborative Projects
    • Establishing Workplace Etiquette

    You should each choose a different topic as you will be presenting to one another in an online setting. Your PowerPoint presentation should have a minimum of 4 slides: a title page, content slides, and conclusion. You must email your instructor and your group a copy of your slide deck before the presentation.

    Grading Rubric

    Criteria Not Evident Developing Exemplary Points
    Submit your slide deck 0 pts
    No slide deck submitted
    5 pts
    Slide deck does not have at least 4 slides
    10 pts
    Slide deck has at least 4 slides focused on a central theme
    10 pts
    Present within the allotted time 0 pts
    No presentation completed
    5 pts
    Presentation is not within 4 to 5 minutes
    10 pts
    Presentation is within 4 to 5 minutes
    10 pts
    Speak with appropriate volume, speed, and clarity 0 pts
    No presentation completed
    5 pts
    Presentation cannot be heard, is too fast or too slow, or cannot be understood
    10 pts
    Presentation is spoken at an adequate volume, speed, and clarity
    10 pts
    Present your slides effectively 0 pts
    No presentation completed
    10 pts
    Presentation is disjointed, unprofessional, or too reliant on slide deck text
    20 pts
    Presentation is professional and feels cohesive
    20 pts
    Total: 50 pts

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