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Judith Drysdale

on 7 June 2010

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Transcript of Teambuilding

Pacific Care
Homes Facilitated by
Judith Drysdale INTRODUCTION

An effective team can produce first rate results. To be effective, each member of the team needs to have confidence in their own ideas and value the ideas of others.

The ideas and solutions that are formed by a team are very often more valuable than those produced by individuals.
Teambuilding! Teamwork
Common Goal – Vision
Teambuilding Exercise
Belief in yourself
Belief in others
Open Communication
Motivation & Commitment
Have fun!
Teambuilding Exercise
"A team is an energetic group of people who are committed to achieving common objectives, who work well together, who enjoy doing so, and who produce high quality results.”
“Teamworking is the concept of people working together cooperatively as a team in order to accomplish the same goals.”
“Standing up for your own rights while respecting the rights of others.”
of Effective
Teamwork Common
Goal Belief
Yourself Belief
Others Open
Communication Motivation
Commitment "If you think you can
or think you can't,
you're right."
Henry Ford "Trust is to allow somebody to do something, having confidence that the person will behave responsibly or properly”
The way to overcome
lack of trust is to
TAKE RISKS "INFLUENCE is the power that somebody has to affect other people’s thinking or actions”

Upright/straight posture
Head up
Facial expressions open
Voice steady, sincere and calm
Voice modulated to fit content
Arm and hands open and relaxed
Regular eye contact
Criticism versus Feedback Dumps anger/ frustration
Fails to address problem
General evaluation
Tough on the person
Looks to the past
Sets blame.
Remember the needs and feelings of the other person
Presented kindly
Specific – with examples
Tough on the issues
Honest, clear and concise
Talks about the future
Seek solutions
End on a positive note.
Quality of Results

Acceptance Feeling 'in on things' Praise The work itself Personal Growth Achievement Advancement Earned Recognition What
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