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  • 1. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 1 Teamwork By: Sayed Eltaweel None of us is as smart as all of us Outlines:  Introduction  Team related definitions  Team vs. group  Advantages of Using Teams  The Basic Building Blocks of a Team  Stages of Team Development  Forming  Storming  Norming  Performing  Adjourning  Building Team morale By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 2. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 2 Objectives: By the end of this program, participants should be able to:  Identify what is meant by Team, teamwork and team management.  Identify the advantages of Using Teams  Identify The Basic Building Blocks of a Team  Identify the 5 Stages of Team Development  Build a better Team morale By: Sayed Eltaweel Introduction: By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 3. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 3 “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” -Michael Jordan “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. “- Henry Ford Quotes: By: Sayed Eltaweel 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 By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 4. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 4 TEAM T M A E ogather ore chieves veryone By: Sayed Eltaweel  “Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” - Andrew Carnegie Teamwork By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 5. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 5 What is Team Building  The process of working with a team to clarify its task and how team members can work together to achieve it. By: Sayed Eltaweel What is team management? Team management refers to techniques, processes and tools for organizing and coordinating a group of individuals (Team) working towards a common goal. By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 6. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 6 The 7 habits of highly effective peoples Stephen R. Covey By: Sayed Eltaweel Team versus Group
  • 7. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 7 Team versus Group Groups Teams Members work independently and they often are not working towards the same goal. Members work interdependently towards the same agreed goal. Members focus mostly on themselves because they are not involved in the planning of their group’s objectives and goals. Members feel a sense of ownership towards their role in the group because they committed themselves to goals they helped create. Members may not fully understand what is taking place in their group and what are their roles. Members collaborate together and know their roles and know how to attain the team's objectives.. Members are given their tasks or told what their duty/job is, and suggestions are rarely welcomed. All members are encouraged to express their opinions, varying views, and questions. By: Sayed Eltaweel Groups Teams Members do not trust each other's motives because the do not fully understand members roles. Members trust and respect each other and they listen to every person’s point of view. Members are held back because of a closed relationship with each member. Members are encouraged to offer their skills, experience, and knowledge, Members are bothered by differing opinions or disagreements because they consider it a threat. There is not group support to help resolve problems. Members see conflict as a part of human nature and they react to it by treating it as an opportunity to hear about new ideas and opinions. Members may or may not participate in group decision-making, and conformity is valued more than positive results. Members participate equally in decision-making, but each member understands that the leader might need to make the final decision if the team can not come to a consensus By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 8. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 8 15–15 Advantages of Using Teams  Effectiveness.  Efficiency.  Better Ideas.  Mutual support.  Sense of Accomplishment.  Better Communication.  Better Employees morale. By: Sayed Eltaweel The Basic Building Blocks of a Team By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 9. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 9 The Basic Building Blocks of a Team GOALS Limited set of goals understood and shared by every team member  Creates focus/clarity about “why” By: Sayed Eltaweel The Basic Building Blocks of a Team ROLES Make roles & responsibilities explicit  Creates clarity about “who does what?” By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 10. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 10 19 The Basic Building Blocks of a Team PROCEDURES Clear agreementson way of working together,follow-up, reporting, … Createsclarity about “how to do task” By: Sayed Eltaweel The Basic Building Blocks of a Team RELATIONSHIPS Respect and individual understanding & open discussions about any of the 4 building blocks Creates clarity about “how we work together” By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 11. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 11 Stages of Team Development By: Sayed Eltaweel The Tuckman team development Model Bruce Tuckman in 1965, In 1977, Tuckman, jointly with Mary Ann Jensen, added a fifth stage to the 4 stages: adjourning By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 12. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 12 15–23  Forming  Team members go through transition, from separate individuals to team member status.  team members’ try to find their place on the team, and their emphasis on what is going to be accomplished.  Members join and begin the process of defining the group’s purpose, structure, and leadership. Stages of Team Development By: Sayed Eltaweel 15–24  Storming  Team members begin to express resistance to team formation.  Team members feel challenged by the team process.  Tension and conflict arises  Team realizes how difficult it is to work as a team and to accomplish team tasks  Members begin to feel frustration, competition and confusion. Stages of Team Development By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 13. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 13 15–25  Norming  Team members accept the team, the team norms, their roles and accept that they can accomplish the task  Interpersonal and leadership patterns are established  Team can concentrate on making progress  Competitiveness is replaced by collaboration  Tension is reduced and Performance improves  Skills, knowledge and accomplishments continue to increase as a team.  Goals are becoming clearer or have been redefined  Members are learning to work together  Negative feelings are being resolved, Cohesion and confidence increase Stages of Team Development By: Sayed Eltaweel 15–26  Performing  The group focus on performing the task at hand.  Team becomes an entity, capable of working together effectively as a team.  Team members know what they’re expected to do, and have clear expectations of others.  Team is making progress and Trust is high  Communication is open and direct  A lot of work is accomplished  There is excitement and Success is assumed Stages of Team Development By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 14. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 14 15–27  Adjourning  The Task is done, the team prepares to disband and is no longer concerned with high levels of performance. Stages of Team Development By: Sayed Eltaweel Building Team morale By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 15. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 15 Strategies for Building Team morale: 1.Reconnecting with your team. 2.Developing your team. 3.Improving the workplace. 4.Improving communication. By: Sayed Eltaweel Strategies for Building Team morale: 5. Setting measurable goals 6. Rebuilding confidence. 7. Focusing on talent management. 8. Motivating your people effectively. By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 16. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 16 Last Story By: Sayed Eltaweel References: • Laws Of teamwork – John Maxwell •The 7 habits of highly effective peoples – Stephen R. Covey • By: Sayed Eltaweel
  • 17. Teamwork 11/26/2013 By: Sayed Eltawee, 17 THANK YOU! By: Sayed Eltaweel