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TEAM BUILDING

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Riema Joy Villareal

on 12 September 2012

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Transcript of TEAM BUILDING

VICTORIOUS SECRET What is team? WELCOME HOME TEAM BUILDING In a team.. a product of •People depend on each other
•May or may not work in the same physical location,
•Combine to achieve something together TEAM BUILDING The process of working with a team to clarify its task and how team members can work
together to achieve it. Importance of a Team building •Leads one’s mind to creativity •Encourage one to take initiative •Combine effort to single target •Provide space for individual growth activity •Broaden one’s vision •Rewards and recognition moves side by side TEAM DYNAMICS Team Dynamics are the unseen forces that operate in a team between different
people or groups. How Do You Recognize
Team Dynamics? Personality styles Team Roles Organisational culture Processes/methodologies/procedures How Can Team Dynamics Be
Managed Constructively? Look for the team dynamics - the
'natural forces' at play Determine whether they are acting for good or ill Make interventions to make
the effect of those dynamics more positive Why Team Works •Teams initiate change •Teams are natural problem solving devices •Teams are collections of the society’s best asset September 13, 2012 Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Taguig Campus Team Roles Team member Team Leader •delivering on commitments. Anyone who contributes their knowledge, skills, and abilities to the work of the team. In essence, everyone assigned to a team is considered a team member. The person who serves as the link between team members and the rest of the organization by coordinating team activities and maintaining all team documentation. What makes a good team member? •commitment to the team above themselves. •positive contribution to the team process and goals. •enthusiasm, energy, inspiration and sufficient expertise. •willingness to take responsibility for elements of the team's work. What makes a good team leader? •commitment to people as well as task is the first key element. •desire to support and serve the team as well as lead from the front. •enthusiasm, energy, inspiration and sufficient expertise. •willingness to shoulder responsibility rather than pass the buck. •ability to make the team come together to achieve more than a group of individuals. LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP TRAITS LEADERSHIP STYLES APPROACHES OF A LEADER TYPES OF LEADER Drive Desire to lead Integrity Self confidence Intelligence Openness Fairness Sense of humor Dedicated Honest A P D Participative Authoritarian Delegative Positive leader Negative leader Reactive leader Proactive leader LIFE STAGES OF A TEAM Forming Storming Norming Performing Members first get together
during this stage. During this stage, members are beginning to voice their individual differences, join with others who share the same beliefs, and jockey for position in the group. In this stage, members are beginning to share a common commitment to the purpose of the group, including to its overall goals and how each of the goals can be achieved. In this stage, the team is working effectively and efficiently toward achieving its goals. Key factors to successful performance of a Team S
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E trategy lear Roles and Responsibilities pen Communication apid Response ffective Leadership Shared Purpose. Clearly articulated values and ground rules. Understanding risks and opportunities facing the team. Responsibility shared by all members. Clear definition of roles and responsibilities. Specific objectives to measure individual results. Open communication environment among team members. Respect for individual differences. Rapid response to the team’s problems. Effective management to change in internal and external environment. Team leader who is able to help members achieve the objectives and build the team Team leader who can draw out and free up the skills of all team members , develop individuals. “When a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence, excellence becomes a reality.”- Joe Paterno Conflicts •Individuals attacking personalities or ideas •Constant criticism of other points of view •Constant criticism of other points of view •Showing contempt •Unwilling to share the workload •Non participation •Gossip and Behavior Handling Team Conflicts •Identify/recognize problem •Act quickly •Team needs to reach consensus Impact of a teambuilding activity •Groom one’s personality •Broaden the vision •Feeling of “WE” flourish •Sense of responsibility develop instead of blaming Impact of a teambuilding activity •Groom one’s personality •Broaden the vision •Feeling of “WE” flourish •Sense of responsibility develop instead of blaming Coming together is a beginning.Keeping together is progress.Working together is success.- Henry Ford Good old lessons in teamwork
from an age-old fable

The Tortoise
And
The Hare
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