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Team Building

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Moe Ash

on 7 August 2017

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Transcript of Team Building

A collection of two or more interacting individuals with a stable pattern of relationships among them, who share common goals and who perceive themselves as being a group
A team is a small number of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.
Essentials of a Group
Perceive themselves
as part of group
Common interests
Social interaction
Stable structure
Essentials of a Team
Small Number
Complementary skills
Appropriate balance or mix of skills and traits

Commitment to a common vision and performance goals
Commitment to a common approach
Team members must agree on who will do a particular job & develop a common approach.
Mutual accountability
Strong, clearly focused.

Individual accountability.

The group’s purpose is broad

Individual work products.

Runs efficient meetings.

Measures performance indirectly by its influence on others.

Discusses, decides, and delegates.
Shared leadership roles.

Individual and mutual accountability.

Specific team purpose that the team delivers.

Collective work products.

Encourages open-ended discussions, active problem solving meetings.

Measures its effectiveness direct by collective work products.

Discusses, decides, & does real work together.
Set of values
Promote performance as individuals and the performance of the entire organization.
Encourages behaviors such as listening & responding to view points of others, giving benefit of doubt to others.
Providing support to those who need it.
Recognizing the interests & achievements of others.
How to pick your team?
Team building stages
Stage 1- Forming :Team acquaints & establishes ground rules.
Stage 2 – Storming : Members resist control by group leaders and show hostility.
Stage 3 – Norming : Members work together developing close relationships & feelings of camaraderie.
Stage 4 – Performing : Team members work toward getting their job done.
Stage 5 – Adjourning : Team may disband on achieving their goals or because members leave.
Team Development
Behavioral Stages
Stage 1
Looking for awareness and knowledge
Stage 2
Conflict arises
Stage 3
Starting to cooperate
get involved
Stage 4
Becoming result oriented
Stage 5
Evaluation and recognition
Seeking commitment
Acceptance to circumstance
need for clarification
Seeking belonging
Getting support
supporting others
Reaching achievements
Taking pride in it
Possible separation
Self directed Team
Teams will transcend through previous steps and become truly self-organized after experiencing victories and failures, growing and gaining experience together.
A motivated and confident Team doesn’t need formal leaders.
The team makes most decisions. Any member could step in and become leader in specific areas and situations. People on these teams tend to be highly capable, committed and self-driven.
James Surowiecki

in his book
The Wisdom of Crowds
argues that given the right conditions a team can consistently outperform the best experts in decision making. Few people can do better than the team, but each time they will be different people.
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