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Transcript of Team Building
Shof Elmoisheer Team Building at a work place Introduction How to build an affective team 1/ Instill a sense of purpose
2/ Review performance
3/ Management support Teamwork Benefits
1) Developing Skills:
A) Professional Skills:
B) Social Skills:
The concept of sharing. 4/ Get the right people in the team
5/ Adopt the language of team work
6/ Shared vision
7/ Coordination and cooperation
8/ Celebrating team success Possible problems Group individualism
Conflicts What is a team?
A group of people working together to achieve a shared goal
" The important thing to recognize that it takes a team, and the team ought to get credit for the wins and the losses. Success has many fathers, failure has none"
Philip Caldwell, Former chair, Ford Motor Co.
Creative out come
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Lack of progress
Lack of trust
Dominant personalities x Dominant personality An effective Teamwork should be built on the participation of all members. in pursuit of a shared goal. Teamwork requires a set of skills, there are benefits, problems, factors of teamwork that must be in mind to reach a better outcome. http://info.xfactorllc.com/Portals/69322/images/groupwork-resized-600.jpg Images cited
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