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    • Differences between Team & Group Nilar Tin
    • Differences between Team & Group GROUP size • 2 or more people, can be bigger Group members are • relaxed and comfortable • having informal atmosphere • task well understood and accepted • members listen well and participate • people express feeling and ideas TEAM size • 2 or more people, 5-7 the best Team members are • brightest and enthusiastic • Optimistic • Proactive • Creative • concerned about committed to common goal
    • Differences between Team & Group • • • • • Groups are just people assembled together for Status social needs Security power goal achievements Teams are high level of interaction among others for • achieving common goal • stay tight on common interest
    • Differences between Team & Group GROUP • • • • • • • • • Independent Focus is on self Told what to do Little involvement Disagreements avoided Cautious Training not always applied Unresolved conflict Not part of decisions TEAM • • • • • • • • • Interdependent Focus is on team Direction decided by team Total involvement Disagreements okay Open communication Training applied Conflict normal Part of decisions
    • Differences between Team & Group GROUP • Group members may not be accountable to the action of the group. They are only accountable for individual effort of action • Focus on individual roles, tasks and responsibility, even though group may cooperate • The leader is more responsible and authorized than the members TEAM • Team members share a common goal and purpose, therefore, each team member is mutually accountable for the team’s outcome • Individuals cooperate, communicate and share responsibility among each other • The leader is equally responsible and authorized like any member of the team
    • Attitude is an important factor in determining whether you and the people with whom you work function as a “group” or a ‘team’
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    • WHAT MAKES YOUR LIFE 100% ? Let each letter of the alphabetic has a value equals to it sequence of the alphabetical order: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 S K I L L S 19 11 9 12 12 19 = 82 K N O W L E D G E 11 14 15 23 12 5 4 7 5 = 96 H A R D 8 1 12 4 = 98 = 100 W O R K 23 15 18 11 A T T I T U D E 1 20 20 9 20 21 4 5
    • THE CAN DO ATTITUDE  You CAN DO everything, but not all at once. oifonft7m7mwdkif;udkvkyfEdkifygonf/ odkhaomf wpfcsdefxJrSm tm;vHk;rvkyfEdkifyg  You CAN DO everything, if it’s important enough for you to do. oifonft7m7mwdkif;udk vkyfEdkifygonf/ oifhtwGuf wu,f vkyfzdkh ta7;juD; w,fqdk7ifaygh  You CAN DO everything, but you may not be the best at everything. oifonft7m7mwdkif;udk vkyfEdkifygonf/ odkhaomf t7m7mwdkif;rSm taumif;qHk; r+zpfEdkifyg  You CAN DO everything, but there will be limitations. oifonft7m7mwdkif;udk vkyfEdkifygonf/ odkhaomf uefhowfcsufrsm;awmh &SdaerSmyg  You CAN DO everything, but you’ll need help. oifonft7m7mwdkif;udk vkyfEdkifygonf/ odkhaomf
    • STEPS TO BUILD POSITIVE ATTITUDE 1.CHANGE FOCUS 2. DO IT NOW 3. LEARN THE ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE 4. GET ON A CONTINUOUS EDUCATION PROGRAMME
    • STEPS TO BUILDING SELF-ESTEEM SELF-ESTEEM 1. TAKE INVENTORY OF YOUR STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES 2. READ AUTOBIOGRAPHIES OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE TURNED NEGATIVE TO POSITIVE 3. ASSOCIATE WITH HIGH MORAL CHARACTER PEOPLE 4. DO SOMETHING FOR OTHERS WHO CANNOT PAY YOU IN KIND OR CASH
    • STEPS TO BUILDING SELF-ESTEEM 5. STAY AWAY FROM NEGATIVE INFLUENCE 6. BECOME INTERNALLY DRIVEN NOT EXTERNALLY DRIVEN 7. IF YOU WANT TO BUILD HIGH SELF-ESTEEM, REMEMBER – OUR GREATEST STRENGTHS CAN BECOME OUR GREATEST WEAKNESSES AND OUR GREATEST WEAKNESSES CAN BECOME OUR STRENGTHS 8. IF YOU WANT TO BUILD HIGH SELF-ESTEEM LEARN PATIENCE
    • OUR MIND IS LIKE A GARDEN, IF YOU PLANT GOOD SEEDS, YOU WILL HAVE A GOOD GARDEN. IF YOU DON’T PLANT GOOD SEEDS, SOMETHING WILL GROW BECAUSE NATURE ABHORS VACUUM. WHAT WILL GROW THEN IS WEEDS
    • FIRST YOU HAVE THOUGHTS, THEN YOU ACT YOU SOW A THOUGHT, YOU REAP AN ACTION YOU SOW AN ACTION, YOU REAP A HABIT YOU SOW A HABIT, YOU REAP A CHARACTER YOU SOW A CHARACTER, YOU REAP A DESTINY GOOD HABITS ARE HARD TO COME, BUT EASY TO LIVE WITH BAD HABITS ARE EASY TO COME, BUT HARD TO LIVE WITH 90% OF OUR BEHAVIOUR IS HABITUAL WE ARE WHAT WE REPEATEDLY DO EXCELLENCE, THEN IS NOT AN ACT, BUT A HABIT
    • atmifEdkifol ESifh &SHK;edrfhol The winner The loser  Winners see the gain  Losers see the pain tusdK;7v'f cH7r,fh a0'em udkbJ A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES MUST BEGIN wdk;wufrSKudk +rifw,f WITH A SINGLE STEP +rifw,f  Losers see problems  Winners see possibilities +yemudkbJ +zpfEdkifa+cudk +rifw,f +rifw,f
    • Failure is simply the reason to strengthen resolve WITHOUT ACTION, YOU ARE NOT IN THE GAME,YOU ARE MERELY An OBSERVER SHIFT FROM SPECTATOR TO PARTICIPANT STARTS WITH A SINGLE STEP-INTO MOTION.
    • YOUR ACTIONS AFFECT YOUR OUTCOMES `YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW`
    • DON’T FOCUS ON `HOW`, FOCUS ON `WHAT`. `WHAT` MOVES YOU INTO ACTION STEPS THAT YOU CAN TAKE TO TRANSFORM YOUR GOAL INTO REALITY
    • You can not change the direction of the wind , but you can always adjust your sails
    • Team Behaviors Helping • Open, honest, direct • Contributes and supports ideas • Resolves conflict • Clarifies issues • Keeps team on task • Listens to understand • Willing to change • Gives up on interest • Takes risks Hindering • Holds back information/feelings • Negative, not honest • Protective, hidden agendas • No contributing ideas • Anger, supports own issues • Wants power, silent • Does not compromise, admit mistakes, or take risks
    • atmifEdkifol ESifh &SHK;edrfhol The winner The loser  Is always part of the answer atmifEdkifoltaeeJh +yem ta+z7Jh wpfpdwfwpfydkif; t+rJ+zpfw,f  always has a program atmifEdkifol taeeJh vkyffp7m vkyfief; t+rJ&Sdaew,f  says, “Let me do it for you”  Is always part of the problem &HSK;edrfholtaeeJh +yem 7Jh wpfpdwf wpfydkif; t+rJ+zpfw,f  always has an excuse &SHK;edrfhol taeeJh tvkyf twGuf qifa+c t+rJ&Sdaew,f  says, “That is not my job”
    • atmifEdkifol ESifh &SHK;edrfhol The winner The loser  sees an answer to every problem atmifEdkifolu +yemwdkif; twGuf ta+zudkt+rJ&Smaw Ghw,f  says, “It may be difficult but it is possible” cufawmfcufvdrfhr,f 'gayrJh +zpfEdkifygw,f  When a Winner makes a mistake, he says, “I was wrong”  sees a problem for every answer &SHK;edrfhol twGuf ta+zwdkif;rSm +yem t+rJ&Smw,f  says, “It may be possible but it is too difficult” +zpfawmh+zpfEdki fw,f 'gayrJh cufvdrfh r,f  When a loser makes a mistake, he says, “It was
    • atmifEdkifol ESifh &SHK;edrfhol The winner The loser  makes commitments  makes promises uwdbJay;w,f tcdkiftrmuwday;xm; wJhtwdkif; vkyfw,f  Winners have dreams atmifEdkifolrSm tdyfruf&Sdw,f  Winners say, “I must do something” “igwpfckck vkyf7r,f”  Winners are a part of the team  Losers have schemes vkyfp7m tpDtpOf awGbJ&Sdw,f  Losers say, “Something must be done.” “wpfckckvkyf=yD; +zpf7r,f”  Losers are apart from the team
    • The boat is safe at harbor but that is not the place it is meant for