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Team Building and Human Behavior
Transcript of Team Building and Human Behavior
Human Behavior in the Organization
Reporter: Jean I. Ong/MAEd-EM
Professor: Dr. Aida A. Daniela
SY 2013-2014, 2nd Semester
Catanduanes State University
is a process of making teams more effective by encouraging members to examine how they work together; identify their weaknesses; and develop more effective ways of cooperating
is a state that occurs when members know their objectives; contribute responsibly and enthusiastically to the task; and support one another for the success of any undertaking
- provide the skeletal structure that will create predictable relationships among ...
Linking Pin Concept by Rensis Likert
- each level has functional teams that are linked to the next level above and below
the degree to which group members come together as one unit to reach a common goal
is needed among all the teams that make up the whole organization
of backgrounds and orientation of members of the team, when a problem arises, a consensus is sought
TEAM BUILDING AS A PROCESS
The team building process follows a certain pattern of participation of the team members by providing data and then using the data for self-examination.
Identification of a problem
Collection of relevant data
Data feedback and confrontation
On-the-job application and follow-up
Typical Stages in Team Building
is a set of activities that help others focus on what is currently happening in the organization
To help members
to current behavioral events
is a cooperative and coordinated effort by a group of persons acting together as a team for a common cause.
Elements of Effective Teams
Important elements of effective teams to maintain the expected regular contact and engaged in a well-coordinated action.
Skills and precise role
- relates to information from the job itself, management, or other workers that tell their fellow workers how well they are performing their assigned tasks
Some guidelines to build successful teams:
Selecting members for the complementary skills and potentials
Developing clear rules of conduct and challenging performance goals
Establishing a sense of urgency right from the first meeting
Providing substantial time together in which new information is constantly shared
Providing positive feedback, recognition and rewards
The key to build a successful team lies in the creation of a meaningful challenge for which the team is held accountable.
ETHICAL DILEMMAS WITHIN TEAMS
There are always problems in teams and team-building because the teams are composed of various people with different orientations, perceptions, needs and cultural backgrounds.
The dilemma is: What would you do in each of these situations?
On team member appraisals
- Do you tell a teammate what is bugging you and risk offending the person, or do you withhold your feelings and the group suffer?
On member assistance
- Several teammates stop to ask if you need assistance. You don't, but if you continue rejecting their offers, will they feel that you are not a team player?
On team selection
- Your teammates want to hire new members who are similar to themselves. This approach is tempting for compatibility reasons, but how will you ever achieve greater diversity in the team?
On team perfection
- Enormous time and effort has already been spent on becoming an ideal team. However, you wonder if the team is losing its focus on the customer through its dominant focus on process.
On team rewards
- The team is rewarded on the basis of achieving its own performance goals. Yet, you wonder if such rewards prevent the team from seeing the larger organizational picture.
Thank you for listening.