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  • Victory Through Excellence TEAM BUILDING
  • Victory Through Excellence TEAM A TEAM IS A SMALL NUMBER OF PEOPLE WITH COMPLEMENTARY SKILLS WHO ARE COMMITTED TO A COMMON PURPOSE, PERFORMANCE GOALS AND APPROACH FOR WHICH THEY HOLD THEMSELVES MUTUALLY ACCOUNTABLE.
  • Victory Through Excellence TEAM BASICS 1. SMALL NUMBER 2. COMPLEMENTARY SKILLS 3. COMMITTED TO COMMON PURPOSE AND PERFORMANCE GOALS 4. COMMITTED TO COMMON APPROACH 5. MUTUAL ACCOUNTABILITY
  • CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE TEAMS
    • Common Purpose
    • Open Communication
    • Constructive Conflict Resolution
    • Mutual Trust
    • Belief in Synergy
    • Value Contributions
    • Support and Respect
    • Good Leader
    Victory Through Excellence
  • Victory Through Excellence
    • Capacity to innovate
    • Respond rapidly to changing environment
    • Different perspectives to the problem or opportunity
    • Foster collaboration
    • Build lasting networks
    • Ideas and information flow more rapidly
    • Actions become easy
    • Hold team members to high standards because of peer pressure
    STRENGTHS OF A TEAM
  • Victory Through Excellence
    • Benefits to Organisation
    • Increased Productivity
    • Increased Quality
    • Better Morale
    • Better Problem Solving
    • Increased Creativity
    • Better Decisions
    WHY TEAMS !
    • Benefits to individual
    • Work is less stressful
    • Responsibility is Shared
    • Rewards And Recognition Shared
    • Members can Influence Each other
    • All Experience a sense of accomplishment
  • Feb 24, 2011 Prestage I Stage I Forming Stage II Storming Stage III Norming Stage IV Performing Stage V Adjourning Stages of Group Development by Tuckman   THE FIVE STAGE MODEL
  • Feb 24, 2011 UNDEVELOPED EXPERIMENTING CONSOLIDATING MATURE STAGE 4 STAGE 3 STAGE 2 STAGE 1
    • Experimentation
    • High degree of conflict
    • Wider options considered
    • Personal feelings raised
    • More listening
    • Leadership accepted
    STORMING
    • High flexibility
    • Appropriate leadership
    • Maximum use of resources
    • Personal obligations recognized
    • Development a priority
    PERFORMING STAGES OF TEAM DEVELOPMENT STAGE 5 ADJORNING
    • Feelings not dealt with
    • Confused & uncertain
    • No ‘rocking the boat’
    • Poor listening
    • Weaknesses covered up
    • Unclear objectives
    • Low involvement
    FORMING
    • Methodical working
    • Agreed procedures
    • Established procedures
    • Cohesive
    NORMING
  • MODEL OF TEAM BUILDING Victory Through Excellence STAGE THEME TASK OUTCOME RE L A TIONSHIP OUTCOME ONE AWARENESS COMMITMENT ACCEPTANCE (FORMING) TWO CONFLICT CLARIFICATION BELONGING (STORMING) THREE COOPERATION INVOLVEMENT SUPPORT (N O R MI NG) FOUR PRODUCTIVITY ACHIEVEMENT PRIDE (PERFORMING) FIVE SEPARATION RECOGNITION SATISFACTION ( ADJOURNING)
  • TEAM PERFORMANCE CURVE Victory Through Excellence PERFROMANCE IMPACT TEAM EFFECTIVENESS WORKING GROUP POTENTIAL TEAM PSEUDO TEAM REAL TEAM HIGH - PERFORMANCE TEAM
  • SELF-PERCEPTION INVENTORY Victory Through Excellence
  • SELF-PERCEPTION INVENTORY
    • Total of Seven Sections with Eight Sentences each
    • Distribute 10 points among maximum of four Sentences
    • Points as per what you do and not as you want to do
    • Time 12 minutes
    • Fill points in the table
    Victory Through Excellence
    • For Analysis
    • Transfer points on the Analysis sheet
    • Do totals for each category
    • Leader
      • SH - Shaper
      • CH - Chairman
    • Manager
      • CW - Company Worker
      • CF - Completer Finisher
    • Intellectual
      • PL - Plant
      • ME - Monitor Evaluator
    • Negotiator
      • RI - Resource Investigator (External)
      • TW - Team Work (Internal)
    Victory Through Excellence Dr M Belbin 15 & Above - High 9-15 -Med Below 9- Low
  • Victory Through Excellence WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM A GEESE 1. PEOPLE WHO ARE PART OF A TEAM SHARE A COMMON DIRECTION, CAN TRAVEL FURTHER, REACH THEIR DESTINATION QUICKER & EASIER (UP LIFT, 71% GREATER RANGE) 2 . SUPPORT & ENCOURAGEMENT FROM TEAM MEMBERS IS ESSENTIAL TO ENERGISE THE TEAM & SUSTAIN ITS MORALE (DUCKS HONK FROM BEHIND TO ENCOURAGE THOSE IN FRONT TO KEEP THEIR SPEED)
  • Victory Through Excellence WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM A GEESE 3 . PEOPLE WHO FALL OUT FROM A TEAM ARE RARELY ABLE TO ACHIEVE A GOAL ON THEIR OWN (DRAG & RESISTANCE MAKES JOINING DIFFICULT) 4. IN A GOOD TEAM THE MEMBERS STAND BY EACH OTHER WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH (WHEN A GEESE IS INJURED OR SICK & FALLS OUT, TWO DUCKS FROM THE FLOCK FOLLOW IT & PROTECT IT. THEY STAY TILL THE SICK DUCK RECOVERS & JOIN THE SAME FLOCK OR A NEW ONE)