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Team Building Presentation 2

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on 17 July 2013

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Transcript of Team Building Presentation 2

Rotate axis and drag frames
to change balance
Nobody Did It!!
Team Development Life Cycle
Team Building...Is There a Balance?
This is a little story on how nobody did it!!

There is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was asked to do it. anybody could have done it but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that because it was Everybody's job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn't do it. Consequently, it wound up that Nobody told Anybody so Everybody blamed Somebody. But still NOBODY did it!!!

What is a Team?
A team is a group of people, with different ideas, working together towards a common goal. Who is on your team?

5 Stages of Team Development
Do You Have an Effective Team?
Ask yourself these questions...
Has your team set clear and achievable goals?
Does everyone have a commitment to those goals?
Do you have clearly defined roles and responsibilities?
Does everyone pay each other respect?
Can you successfully deal with conflict?
Respecting Others=Understanding Others; 4 types of personalities
Analytical: This type is all about facts not opinions. They are big on thinking, facts, and data to back up reasoning
Driver: this type is action oriented, they like to delegate, very focused, needs very little supervision
Amiable: this type is very good at relationships and coordinating. Very friendly
Expressive: this type is the party person! Very enthusiastic and loves fun. You cannot give this person very many details.
What type are you??
So Can There be a Balance in Regards to Team Building?
The Answere is YES!!!
Team Building Exercise: Coin Logo
Begin by asking all participants to empty their pockets, purses, and wallets of any coins they may have and place them on the table in front of them. If someone doesn’t have any coins or only has very few, others in the room can share their coins with them. Instruct each person to create their own personal logo using the coins in front of them in just one minute. Other materials they may have on them, such as pens, notebooks, wallets, etc. can also be used in creation of the logo. If there is a particularly large group, people can be broken up into teams of 3-6 people and instructed to create a logo that represents them as a team or the whole room can gather to use the coins to create a logo for the organization/group/department/etc. Each solitary participant can explain their logo to the group or if the room was split into groups, the leader can have each group discuss what led to the team logo and what it says about them. Not only does this activity promote self and mutual awareness, but it also enables participants to get to know each other on a more personal level.
Stage 1: Forming-There is no team but more of a high dependence on leader for guidance
Stage 2: Storming-A lot of compromise take place and team members begin to compete for positions
Stage 3: Norming-Things are beginning to mesh; consensus begins to form amongst team
Stage 4: Performing-Team now has a shared vision
Stage 5: Adjourning-Purpose has been fulfilled; team members begin to move on to new things
Visit: www.boundless.com for more on the 5 stages
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