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Team building, power of we, synergy, team
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Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
Team building, power of we, synergy, team
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  • 1. ‘Creating Synergy:The Power of We’ Sikander Abbasi
  • 2. None of us is as smart as all of us NOBODY DID IT There is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was asked to do. Anybody could have done it. Nobody did it.Somebody got angry about that because it was Everybody’s job.Everybody thought Anybody could do it but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn’t do it. Consequently, it wound up that Nobody told Anybody, so Everybody blamed Somebody. But still NOBODY DID IT !!! Slide - 1
  • 3. Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships. WHAT IS A TEAM?A team is defined as a group ofpeople, who bring to the table a set ofcomplementary and appropriate skills,and who hold themselves mutuallyaccountable for achieving a clear andidentifiable set of goals.Simply stated: A team is a group ofpeople working together towards acommon goal.It takes more than ONE person to makea teamThere must be collaborative worktoward common Slide - 2
  • 4. In teamwork, silence isn’t golden, it’s deadly.EFFECTIVE TEAMSThere are several keycharacteristics that areprevalent in EFFECTIVE teams.• CLEAR AND ACHIEVABLEGOALSEFFECTIVETEAMS• COMMITMENT TO THE GOALS• CLEARLY DEFINED ROLES/RESPONSIBILITIES• REGARD FOR TEAM MEMBERS• SUCCESSFULLY DEALS WITHCONFLICT Slide - 3
  • 5. T.E.A.M = Together everyone achieves more. Slide - 4
  • 6. Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean Forming Storming NormingPerformingAdjourning Slide - 5
  • 7. Teamwork divides the task and doubles the success.FORMINGTeam Development has been categorized into 5StagesSTAGE 1• High dependence on leader for guidance anddirection.• Little agreement on team.• Individual roles and responsibilities are unclear.• Leader must be prepared to answer lots ofquestions about the teamspurpose, objectives and external relationships.• Members test tolerance of system .Leader Directs Slide - 6
  • 8. A successful team beats with one heart.STORMINGSTAGE 2• Decisions dont come easily withingroup.• Team members vie for position• Clarity of purpose increases butplenty of uncertainties persist• Compromises may be required toenable progressLEADERS COACH Slide - 7
  • 9. The ratio of We’s to I’s is the best indicator of development of a TeamNORMINGSTAGE 3• Agreement and consensus formsamong team• Roles and responsibilities are clearand accepted• Big decisions are made by groupagreement• Commitment and unity is strong• The team discusses and develops itsprocesses and working style• There is general respect for theleader and some of leadership issharedLEADER FACILITATES AND ENABLES Slide - 8
  • 10. Alone we can do so little; together we do can so much.PERFORMINGSTAGE 4• The team clearly knows why it is doingwhat it is doing• The team has a shared vision• There is a focus on over-achievinggoals• Disagreements occur but now theyare resolved within the team positively• The team is able to work towardsachieving the goal• Team members look after each other• The team does not need to beinstructed or assistedLEADER DELEGATES ANDOVERSEES Slide - 9
  • 11. Nothing great was never achieved without enthusiasm.ADJOURNINGSTAGE 5• Adjourning, is the break-up of the group,hopefully when their task is completedsuccessfully, their purpose fulfilled;everyone can move on to new things,feeling good about whats been achieved.• From an organizational perspective,recognition of and sensitivity to peoplesvulnerabilities during this fifth stage ishelpful• Feelings of insecurity would be naturalLEADER REASSURES,COMMUNICATE Slide - 10
  • 12. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.When it just doesn’t work the way you planned—The failure of teams… • 6 out of 10 work teams fail • It may take a year or more for new teams to reach pre-team performance levels • SDWT’s work least well during downsizing (when most needed) • 58% of executives express frustration in developing and sustaining team motivation • >50% of teams fail due to unclear or changing objectives, lack of accountability or management support • Managers report limiting effort on 56% of their teams Slide - 11
  • 13. Success is never final and failure never fatal. It is courage that counts. When Team Members Give UpIn a study of 569 managers, they reported that they limited their efforts or input in over 56% of the teams in which they participated. The major causes for giving up were cited as:• Presence of someone with expertise (73%)--I wasnt needed• Presentation of compelling argument (62%)--I didnt have other information for an argument• Lack of confidence in ability to contribute (61%)--I wasnt prepared or there were other "high power" people.• Unimportant or meaningless decision (52%)--why waste my time?• Pressures to conform to team decision (46%) --groupthink at its best!• Dysfunctional decision making climate (39%)--you want me to risk what?! Slide - 12
  • 14. Wearing the same shirts doesnt make a team. The Dimensions of Style (Jungian Model)Introversion/Extraversion— What energizes you? Sensing/Intuiting— What is the focus of your attention? Thinking/Feeling — How do you make decisions? Judging/Perceiving— How do you structure your behavior? Slide - 13
  • 15. Teams share the burden and divide the grief. What energizes you?Introversion-Extraversion Introversion Extraversion• quiet concentration • variety & action• like details & dislike • like fast, uncomplicated generalizations procedures• not remember names and faces • good at greeting people• work one project for long • impatient with long slow tasks periods • results oriented• interest in idea behind task • don’t mind interruptions• think before acting • act first, think later• work well alone • like people around• less communicative • communicate freely Slide - 14
  • 16. No man is wise enough by himself.What is the focus of your attention? Sensing-Intuiting Sensing Intuiting • Dislike new problems • Like new problems • Use established methods • Dislike repetition • Like using old skills more • Enjoy learning new skills • Work steady and paced • Bursts of energy • Step by step conclusion • Reach conclusions quickly • Patient with routine details • Impatient with routine details • Don’t trust inspiration • Patient with complexity • Rare errors of fact • Follow inspirations • Good at precise work • Errors of fact • Dislike time for precision Slide - 15
  • 17. Light is the task where many share the toil. How do you make decisions? Thinking-FeelingThinking Feeling• Not show or uncomfortable • Aware of people & feelings with emotions • Pleasing people• Hurt feelings without knowing • Like harmony; dislike conflict• Analysis & logical order • Decisions influence by likes &• Conflict is OK wishes• Decide impersonally • Need occasional praise• Fairness & justice important • Dislike discipline and control• Can reprimand & discipline • Respond to values & feelings• Responds to ideas • Sympathetic• Firm-minded Slide - 16
  • 18. Its easy to get good players. Getting them to play together, thats the hard part. How do you structure your behavior?Judging (structure)-Perceiving (change)Judging Perceiving• Make plans and follow them • Adapt to changing situations• Things settled and finished • Leave things open• Decide too quickly • Open-ended decisions• Dislike changing priorities • Too many unfinished projects• Not notice new things • Postpone unpleasant jobs• Just the essentials • Want to know everything• Satisfied with decision • Curious and open to ideas Slide - 17
  • 19. A boat doesnt go forward if each one is rowing their own way. Commitment to shared goals and objectives Clearly define roles and responsibilities ◦ Use best skills of each ◦ Allows each to develop in all areas Slide - 18
  • 20. Your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other thing. Effective systems and processes ◦ Clear communication ◦ Beneficial team behaviors; well-defined decision procedures and ground rules ◦ Balanced participation ◦ Awareness of the group process ◦ Good personal relationships Slide - 19
  • 21. Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.Teams succeed when members have: commitment to common objectives; defined roles and responsibilities; effective decision systems, communication and work procedures; and, good personal relationships. Slide - 21
  • 22. Overcoming barriers to performance is how groups become teams.Encourage and maintain opencommunication.Help the team develop and followteam norms.Help the team focus on the task.Deal constructively with conflict. Slide - 22
  • 23. NMC Financial (Pvt.) Ltd.1st Floor, PIDC HouseM. T. Khan RoadKarachi, PakistanPhone: +92-21-3563-3801 +92-21-3566-2005 +92-21-3566-2009Fax: +92-21-3521-7725

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