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Trust building in teams - A case study on Indian automobile company addressing interdependency, collaboration and trust building in teams.

Trust building in teams - A case study on Indian automobile company addressing interdependency, collaboration and trust building in teams.

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  • 1. CASE  STUDYTrust  Building  in  Teams STEP  CONSULTING
  • 2. Introduc3on • Trainees: A  car/truck  company’s  product  team • Focus  Areas: Interdependency  and  trust  building   • Expected  Outcomes:    Collabora?on    Common  vision  and  goalshBp://www.flickr.com/photos/dalee/908535267/
  • 3. Program  Objec3ves • Increase  bonding  and  interac?on  between  team   members  for  beBer  performance  at  workplace • Build  close  rapport  and  trust  amongst  colleagues   and  create  a  founda?on  for  cross  func?onal   interdependence • Realize  the  importance  of  stepping  out  of  comfort   zones  for  individual  and  organiza?onal  goals   • Create  a  collabora?ve  mindset  and  a  sense  of   belongingness  amongst  the  par?cipants  by   understanding  the  need  for  collabora?on  and   interdependencehBp://www.flickr.com/photos/jdhancock/3848170278/
  • 4. Our  Approach In  order  to  influence  the  behavior  of  an  individual  we  Embedded  in   need  to  challenge  their  beliefs.Human  Mind Our  outbound  methodology: • Helps  par?cipants  explore  their  behavioral   paBerns  and  reac?ons  to  various  situa?ons   • Assesses  the  conduciveness  of  their  iden?fied   behavioral  aBributes  or  traits  in  a  given  situa?on   • Provides  opportuni?es  to  iden?fy  and  challenge   the  beliefs  guiding  their    behavior
  • 5. Program  StructureThe  par?cipants  will  be  placed  out  of  their  comfort  zones  and  they  will  accomplish  the   Our  skilled  and  experienced  trainers  facilitate  par3cipants’  course  objec?ves  by  doing  and   learning  in  a  physically,  intellectually  and  emo3onally  safe  reviewing  their  experiences. environment  for  the  par3cipants  to:The  Program  uses  an  adventure-­‐oriented  “learning  by  doing”  approach  through   • Be  fully  immersed  in  the  ac3vi3es  the  use  of  interac?ve  &  Experien?al  Methodologies  like  Adventure  Based  Learning,   • Understand  self  and  othersAc?vi?es,  Games  &  Simula?ons  . • Try  out  and  explore  new  roles  and  behavior • Share  and  discuss  the  experience     • Transfer  the  experience  to  the  workplace • Create  an  agenda  for  future  ac3on
  • 6. Our  Approach WIN  WIN  MODE   BUILDING  &   ESSENTIAL  ELEMENTS   EXPERIENCING  TEAM   FUNCTIONING MAINTAINING  TRUST OF  CROSS  FUNCTIONAL   SYNERGY INTERDEPENDENCEAssocia?on  of  overall   Ini?a?ng,  building  &   Importance  of   Concern  for  team  goalssuccess  with  co-­‐opera?on   maintaining  trust  within  &   Communica?on  for  collec?ve  &  communica?on across  teams goal  achievement Interdependence  &   Collabora?onAchieving  Win-­‐Win   Taking  responsibility  for   Interpersonal  sensi?vitysitua?ons each  other Working  in  High   Individual  Contribu?on  for   Performing  TeamsGaining  an  organiza?onal   Enhanced  output  as  a  groupperspec?ve
  • 7. Results  &  FeedbackIt  was  a  well  managed  training  programme.  Every  game  &  ac?vity   “It  was  a  great  experience  had  it’s  own  importance;  every   through  the  different  types  of  program  was  related  with  spirit  &   games.  Also  involvement  of  teamwork.   people  was  very  useful.”   Sa3sfac3on  Ra3ng
  • 8. Step  Advantage Focused  on  behavioral  development  in  groups  and  individuals Specialize  in  customized  experience  to  suit  organiza?onal  challenges Diverse  team  of  HR  specialists,  Process  Facilitators,  OD  specialists,  psychologists,  game   designers  &  adventure  enthusiasts Interven?ons  across  all  levels  of  the  management   (workers-­‐execu?ves-­‐management-­‐top  team)  and  across  the  en?re  organiza?on In-­‐house  capability  to  provide  end-­‐to-­‐end  solu?ons  for  outbound  development   interven?ons  across  the  country Interna?onal  standard  safety  measures Ongoing  research  in  experien?al  games  &  ac?vi?es  and  their  customiza?on  to  enable   stronger  learnings  (validated  by  professors  in  the  OB  area)
  • 9. Step  Consul?ng  Pvt.  Ltd. 011  –  41023030-­‐34 hBp://www.stepconsul?ng.org/ hBp://StepConstul?ngIndia.tumblr.com/ @Step_Consul?ng  LinkedIn FacebookhBp://www.flickr.com/photos/vagawi/3155400274