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Transcript of TEAMWORK
Types of teams
No role models
5 stages of teamwork
"The process of working collaboratively with a group of people in order to achieve a goal."
Why is TEAMWORK important
allows work to be done faster and better
allows each person to work in the area which they are better
has a combination of strengths
provides group with different opinions
How do we become successful in a team
"A group of people with a full set
of complementary skills required
to complete a task, job, or project."
Team vs. Group
business strategy teams
task force teams
customer service teams
1. What is team/teamwork
2. Teams vs. Groups
3. Types of teams
4. Team potential
5. How to build a team
6. 5 stages of team development
7. Difficulties facing teams
8. Success in team
team members motivate themselves
team members demonstrate commitment not only to task but to each other
team members help each other to grow in skill & confidence
generate a wider range of ideas
team members take more risk & explore areas that indiviuals may avoid
more flexible than larger groups
- people trust each other
- feelings are expressed openly
- conflict is worked through
- people support one another
- information is shared freely
- objectives are common to all
- people work together
- feelings aren't part of work
- conflict is accomodated
- trust & openness are measured
- information is given on a 'needs to know basis'
- goals/objectived are either personal or unclear
How to build a team
Use past experience
Consult the experts
Know why you are there
Identify skills and experiences
From vision to goals
Give people roles
Find the best method
HAVE FUN! :)
No performance measurement
Too many teams
Emphasis on individuals
Culture of competition
Too many people
Thanks for attention! :)
- number of people who co-operate in such a way that it achieves more than the sum total of the individuals 'achievements'
- group of people united by a common purpose
- an energetic group of people committed to achieving common objectives, who work together, enjoy it together and produce high quality results