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Teamflow – The Magic Of Collaboration Web Version

  1. 1. Team Flow – The Magic of Collaboration Inspired by The Rolling Stones University of Applied Sciences Michael Makowski
  2. 2. Personal Introduction Born in Berlin, Germany MSc Business Administration Jobs in consultancy, training and research Since 1987 working and living in The Netherlands Since 2000 lecturer/ communication trainer and researcher at the Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Sciences
  3. 3. University of Applied Sciences Inspired by The Rolling Stones? University of Applied Sciences
  4. 4. University of Applied Sciences Inspired by The Rolling Stones? University of Applied Sciences <ul><li>Because: </li></ul><ul><li>The Rolling Stones are a perfect role model for synergy. </li></ul><ul><li>It is a story of success, innovation and creativity, and cutting edge (lasting more than 45 years). </li></ul><ul><li>Their performances are energetic and powerful. </li></ul><ul><li>The band members are very different and strong personalities and at the same time they are deeply connected. </li></ul>
  5. 5. University of Applied Sciences Let’s ask Keith Richards http :// team-flow-group.blogspot.com /
  6. 6. University of Applied Sciences Research Process Starting Point: Discovery of The Rolling Stones as a Role Model Modelling the Collaboration Patterns of The Rolling Stones Team Flow Development of the Basis Concept Theory & Exercises Translation into a Training Team Flow Training Action Research Design Pilot Projects Team Flow A Method for Collaboration
  7. 7. University of Applied Sciences The Challenging Research Question: What are the characteristics of the collaboration method of excelling, energizing, top-performance teams? ?
  8. 8. University of Applied Sciences Shared Leadership Authentical Communication Complementary Qualities Shared Passion Synergetic Identity Belief- management Relational Field Team Flow Concept
  9. 9. University of Applied Sciences The Interaction Space of Team Flow
  10. 10. University of Applied Sciences Ground: Relational Field Ceiling and Walls: Mindsets and Beliefs The Interaction Space of Team Flow Energy: Shared Passion Acoustics: Authentical Communication Functionalities: Complementary Qualities Construction: Shared Leadership Appearance: Synergetic Identity
  11. 11. University of Applied Sciences Attention for mutual relations. Making relationships explicit. Working permanently on the improvement of relationships. Dilts – Relational Field Burow – Creative Field Lewin – Social Field Theory Relational Field
  12. 12. University of Applied Sciences Belief- management Clarify individual beliefs on other team members and on the whole team. Integrate conflicting beliefs. Be open for changing beliefs and paradigm shifts. Dilts – Changing Beliefs/NLP Ellis – Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy
  13. 13. University of Applied Sciences Shared Leadership Authentical Communication Complementary Qualities Shared Passion Synergetic Identity Communicating from your heart: you say what you think and feel at the moment you are connected with your ‘Self’. This is different from egocentric communication. Korzybski - The Map is not the Territory Watzlawick - Social Constructivism Scharmer et al. - Presencing, Theory U
  14. 14. University of Applied Sciences Shared Leadership Complementary Qualities Shared Passion Synergetic Identity We know that heterogeneous teams are more productive than homogeneous teams. It’s not enough to know and to accept this. You need to appreciate diversity and experience the interdependency in your team. Belbin – Team Role Theory Ofman – Core Qualities
  15. 15. University of Applied Sciences Shared Leadership Shared Passion Synergetic Identity Do what you love and love what you do. 1. Passion is not only something you suddenly discover. You can develop a passion as well as a shared passion. 2. It’s not the passion itself, which gives the energy, But the state of being passionate. Chang – Passion Plan
  16. 16. Shared Leadership Shared Passion Synergetic Identity Every team or organization has an (implicit or explicit) identity. The difference is: if members have to subordinate, we talk about a team or corporate identity and if the identities of the members are the key elements of the team identity, we have a synergetic team (or corporate) identity. Bateson – Systems Theory Dilts – Logical Levels
  17. 17. Shared Leadership Pearce & Conger – Shared Leadership Bradford & Cohen – Postheroic Leadership Sawyer – Group Genius The shared leadership concept considers leadership as an interaction issue and not as qualities of certain persons. It is leading and following in a team process, and this Is not connected to leaders.
  18. 18. University of Applied Sciences Experience in Training <ul><li>To much thinking or analyzing keep you out of </li></ul><ul><li>team flow. </li></ul><ul><li>People know the difference between being and not being in team flow. </li></ul><ul><li>It’s possible to bring a team into a state of team flow. </li></ul><ul><li>You can create conditions to stimulate team flow, you can’t create team flow. </li></ul><ul><li>Only if you are fully immersed in the process you can experience team flow. </li></ul><ul><li>The most important cues to recognize team flow are: </li></ul><ul><li>Soft and relaxed faces, laughter/humour, involvement, enthusiasm, openness, </li></ul><ul><li>mutual support, mutual appreciation, a natural way of changing roles. </li></ul>
  19. 19. University of Applied Sciences Pilot Project Organizations Achmea Insurance Company: Division Social Security Netherlands Centre for Excellence in Nursing Faculty of Economics and Management / HU Intervention tools: Workshops Belief Inventories Team Coaching Performance Indicators: Results Organizational Culture Innovation Capabilities Outcome: Team Flow as Collaboration Method
  20. 20. University of Applied Sciences Any Questions ? ? ? ? ?
  21. 21. University of Applied Sciences Want to keep in touch? Join the Team Flow Group (Google). Contact me. E-mail: [email_address] Want to watch this presentation again? http :// www.slideshare.net / mmakowski Thank You!

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