2.2 Identify barriers to success and how these can be overcomeIf staff have to face obstacles each day blocking their performance they will have a hard time completing tasks, and productivity as well as morale will be low. In turn this could lead to talented and competent staff members leaving the work place.Examples of different barriers include: Poor Leadership – Managers hire qualified staff members to join the team if they are not present as a leader or give any time to the staff, the team cannot develop and grow. The manager needs to delegate responsibility to staff members and be there for them to lead and direct.Unclear goals – Each team member has different responsibilities within the workplace and work together towards a goal. If these goals are not clearly set out by management the team cannot work effectively. The duties of the team will be in disarray and staff will be unclear of their goals. Poor communication – Members of the team who do not communicate can create breakdowns that hinder team development. Managers and leaders need to be able to identify when poor communication is hindering the groups progress. Poor communication can cause misunderstanding leading to conflict. Developing a strong system of communication gets all of the necessary information to each team member and keeps all parties involved and up to date on the progress e.g. Weekly staff meetings, Teachers relaying to the Teaching Assistants, so that each person knows what is expected of them. In order to develop effective communication, information flows between the staff with the ability to interact, in turn being able to understand the strengths and weaknesses of their co-workers. Barrier Removal – in order to overcome these barriers the manager needs to specify performance expectations for all employees. When hiring new staff they should be given a performance plan describing their duties in full, and how they should be completed. This type of communication enables staff productivity to be evaluated and eliminates unintentional treatment. If staff prioritise instead of taking on several tasks at once they can focus on completing what is required of them. Regular staff appraisals can reflect an employee’s performance based on the job and can motivate them to continue to be productive and/or improve themselves and the setting, having a good atmosphere for all to work in.