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Team Building Presentation.

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  • 1. 'TEAM BUILDING' United we stand, Divided we fall... T - Together E - Empowering each other to A - Achieve M - More
  • 2. ‘Team Building’ Is the process of enabling the group of people to reach their goal. Process of making team effective.  For Developing Camaraderie..
  • 3. Establish Objective Together Focus on Contributions Team Building Develop a Participatory role Promote Team responsibility
  • 4. What is Team? In a team,  People depend on each other;  May or may not work in the same physical location,  Combine to achieve something together
  • 5. Why Teams? Several people’s skills and knowledge together, in-turn gives better results. Sustain the enthusiasm and lend support needed to complete the task.
  • 6. How do Teams Work Best? Commitment to common objectives. Defined roles and responsibilities. Effective decision systems, communication and work procedures. Good personal relationships.
  • 7. Team Work Geese Style •
  • 8. Helpful Team Behaviour – Keeping the peace – Being a friend – Being enthusiastic – Giving opinions – Generating ideas – Initiating – Solving problems logically – Relieving tension with humour – Seeking approval – Encouraging others
  • 9. Key factors to successful performance of a team – S.C.O.R.E Strategy Clear Roles and Responsibility Open Communication Rapid Response Effective Leadership
  • 10. Strategy: – Shared purpose. – Clearly articulated values and ground rules. – Understanding of risks and opportunities facing the team. – Clear categorization of responsibilities of the team. the overall
  • 11. Clear Roles and Responsibilities: – Clear definition of roles and responsibilities – Responsibility shared by all members – Specific objectives to measure individual results
  • 12. Open communication: – Respect for individual differences. – Open communication environment among team members. Rapid response: – Rapid response to the team’s problems. – Effective management to change in the internal and external environment.
  • 13. Effective Leadership: – Team leader who is able to help members achieve the objective and build the team. – Team leader who can draw out and free up the skills of all team members, develop individuals.
  • 14. SUPPORT THE TEAM MEMBERS Bhuvan backs his team members to the hilt, even when they make mistakes. It is indeed important in any team that the captain backs the right person, at the right time, for the right job.
  • 15. Characteristics of Good Team Build Trust Train members for empowerment Provide full information to team Knows all team members Develop team spirit Encourage members to excel Create an enthusiastic environment Shares success with members
  • 16. A fully functioning team can Work together successfully Solve problems and reach decisions in a way that incorporates individual input Reach decisions through consensus Can adapt to change Achieve or exceed desired results
  • 17. Importance of Team Building Activity • • • • • • Leads one’s mind to creativity. Encourage one to take initiative. Combined effort to single target. Provide space for individual growth. Broaden one’s vision. Rewards and recognition moves side by side.
  • 18. Impact of Team Building Activity • • • • Groom one’s personality. Feeling of ‘WE’ flourish. Developing trust we co-workers. Sense of responsibility develop instead of blaming
  • 19. (One Indian = 10 Japanese, 10 Indians = One Japanese) • When the Japanese came to work in India to develop the Maruti Suzuki car, a joke went around that one Indian was equal to 10 Japanese: Indians were very smart, capable and dedicated individuals. But 10 Indians were equal to 1 Japanese: Indians lacked team spirit and co-operation. • What makes matters even worse is our "crab" mentality - if someone is trying to climb higher and achieve more, the others just drag him down. The signal that the others send out is, "I wouldn't do it; I wouldn't let you do it; and if by chance you start succeeding, we will all gang up and make sure that you don't get to do it."
  • 20. Sam Pitroda: "In my younger days in the US, I attended an executive seminar for Rockwell International, where about 25 senior company executives had congregated for a week for strategic discussion. In the evenings, we would break out into five different groups of five people each. In those group workshops, someone would delegate tasks, saying: "You make coffee; you take notes; you are the chairman; and you clean the board". The next day, there would be different duties for each group member. No one ever said, "But I made coffee twice or I cleaned the board entire day". I thought to myself, if this were happening in India, people would be saying, “ But I'm the senior secretary - why should I make the coffee and you be the chairman?" Hierarchy comes naturally to our minds.
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  • 32. Don't be afraid of pressure. Remember that Pressure is what turns a lump of coal into a diamond.