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Introduction - Team Building

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Elisabeth Hartwig

on 31 October 2016

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Transcript of Introduction - Team Building

team building
Forming
Storming
Norming
Adjourning
Performing
Bruce Tuckman
- desire to be accepted by the others
- avoid controversies or conflicts
- people focus on being busy with team organization
- decisions don't come easily
- team members vie for position
- attempt to establish themselves in relation to other team members
- stage to start to trust each other
- team manages to have one goal
- come to a mutual plan for the team
- some may have to give up their own ideas & agree with others to make the team function
- team members take the responsibility & work for a common goal
- to focused on preventing conflict that they are reluctant to share controversial ideas
- can function as a unit
- get the job effectively done
- without inappropriate conflict or the need for external supervision
- they are motivated and knowledgeable
- competent, autonomous and able to handle the decision-making process without supervision
- task completed; mostly for projects
forming & storming
model of the dysfunctional team

patrick lencioni
context of the topic:
How to build a healthy & effective team
Through the models of Tuckman & Lencioni
Models
Context of topic:
Build trust
who are you
and who am I?
Activity
Pictures
description
Concept
of diversity
Talk about
know and admit weaknesses and mistakes
ask for help
accept questions and input about their areas of responsibility
appreciate and tap into one another´s skills and experience
give one another the benefit of the doubt before arriving at a negative conclusion
Context of topic
Communication & empathy
Dysfunction
Fear of conflict
Activity : empathy map 30 min
Self - awareness
Break 15 min
Lack of Commitment
Dysfunction
have lively, interesting meetings
extract and exploit the ideas of all team members
solve real problems quickly
put critical topics on the table for discussion
Dysfunction : Absence of trust
Context: complementary team - belbin roles -
BELBIN ROLES
Thinking roles
plant
monitor evaluator
Specialist
People orientated roles
Action roles
completer finisher
Implementer
shaper
Co-ordinator
Resource
Investigator
Teamworker
Creative,
Imaginative,
solves difficult problems
sober
Strategic an discerning
sees all options
judges accurately
single-minded
Self-Starting
Dedicated
Provids knowledge and skills in rare supply
co-coperative
mild
perceptive and diplomatic
listens, builds, averts fiction
extrovert, enthusiastic, communicative
explores opportunities
develops contacts
Mature, confident, a good chairperson
clarifies goals, promotes decision-making
delegates well
Painstaking, conscientious, anxious
searches out errors & omissions
delivers om time
disciplined, reliable, conervative & efficient
turns ideas into practical actions
challenging, dynamic,
thrives on pressure
the drive & courage to overcome obstacles
Rope activity
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