Team work by ahsan khan ecoPresentation Transcript
IN THE NAME OF ALLAH
THE MOST BENEFICENT AND
THE MOST MERCIFUL
2. TEAM WORK BY: Ahsan Khan Eco
3. BASIC CONCEPTS
a group of people linked in a common purpose.
human labor, the amount of energy transferred by a force.
work performed by a team towards a common goal.
5. TEAMWORK AND QUR’AN
Almighty Allah (Subhana Wa Taala) says in the Noble Qur'an:
"And hold fast all together by the rope which Allah (stretches out for you) and be not divided among yourselves; and remember with gratitude Allah's favor on you; for ye were enemies and He joined your hearts in love so that by His grace ye became brethren; ---------------?"
Noble Qur'an (3:103)
6. TEAMWORK AND HADEES
Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him) said:
“ Faithful believers are to each other as the bricks of a wall, supporting and reinforcing each other. So saying, the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him) clasped his hands by interlocking his fingers.”
There is no “I” in Teamwork.
I = ME and ME reflects WE.
Teamwork divides the Task and doubles the success.
Coming together is beginning,
Keeping together is progress,
Working together is success.
8. Components of Team
9. Team vs. Group
Members of team work interdependently and they understand these goals are accomplished best by mutual support.
Members work independently and they often are not working towards the same goal.
Members feel a sense of ownership
Members are not involved in the planning of their group.
Members collaborate together and use their talent and experience
Members are given their tasks or told what their duty/job is
10. Team vs. Group
Members base their success on trust and encourage all members to express their opinions, varying views, and questions.
Members are very careful about what they say and are afraid to ask questions. They may not fully understand what is taking place in their group.
Members are encouraged to offer their skills and knowledge, and in turn each member is able contribute to the group's success.
Members may have a lot to contribute but are held back because of a closed relationship with each member.