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Collaboration

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Ronita Constantine

on 5 February 2014

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Transcript of Collaboration

Teamwork
Johari Window
Understanding Yourself and Others
S. Ait Ouali
E. Opoku
R. Constantine



make a mindmap that describes yourself and your partner.
examples of nouns: son/daughter, student, manager, musician...
examples of adjectives: adventurous, introverted, well-organized, funny...



emotional self-awareness
recognizing your emotions and how they affect you and others
self-assessment
involves knowing your strengths and limits and open to feedback that can help you develop
self-confidence
an awareness that refers to one's self worth and capabilities
Competing value framework

Understanding yourself and others
Communicating honestly and effectively
Managing and Leading Teams.
Excercise 1
Self awareness
Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success. — Henry Ford

Communicating honestly and effectively


Chinese whisperer
Tell a gossip/story to the person next to you
The person next to you will tell the same story to the person next to him or her, etc..
Excercise 2
The black cat flew into a dark blue car while flirting with a yellow cat on the riverside of second elm street.
Communicating honestly and effectively
Communication model
Barriers of communication
Inarticulateness
hidden agendas
status
hostility
distractions
differences in communication styles
organizational norms and patterns of communications
Rules of effective communication
Be clear on who the receiver is
Know your objective
Analyze the climate
Review the message in your head
Use words and terms that a familiar to others
If misunderstood, clarify the message
React calmly


Project group
Make planning for next weeks presentation
Excercise 3

Managing groups & leading teams
'' A team is a group of people who are interdependent with respect to information, resources, and skills and who seek to combine their efforts to achieve a common goal.''

Influences of team effectiveness

Advantages
Involves more individuals
Involvement can help to generate a wider range of values and perspectives
Greater commitment and understand the reason behind the decision
Able to identify obstacles and as well to avoid them
Involvement will enhance employees' skills and abilities
Disadvantages
Takes time to involve employees and to reach a decision
Decision will result in a law quality
Failure to contribute
' Groupthink' can occur
Team player styles
Communicater role
Contributor role
Collaborator role
Challenger role
Survival exercise
Discuss with your group of 4 which 10 items you are going to choose
Use the skills of this training
Above and Beyond
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