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UNIT 19 M1 - compare the roles of the different members of a team
For a M1, learners must extend their knowledge of the features of an effective team and compare roles of different team members. These ideas can be taken forward as learners compare the different roles of team members and how they complement each other. Learners should be able to recognise how a highachieving team contributes to the accomplishment of strategic aims and objectives.
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