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    • TEAM WORK
    • DEFINITION
      • T TOGETHER
      • E EVERYONE
      • A ACHIEVE
      • M MORE
    • CONCEPT OF TEAMWORK
      • WORKING OF PEOPLE TOGETHER AS A TEAM
      • COMES FROM THE WORLD OF SPORT
    • QUOTATIONS
      • THERE IS NO “ I “ in “TEAMWORK”
      • SIMPLY STATED, it is less “ME” and more “WE”
      • Teamwork divides the “TASK” and doubles the “SUCCESS”
      • Coming together is beginning
      • keeping together is progress
      • working together is success
      • (Henry Ford)
    • Components of Team
      • Goals
      • Actors
      • Activities
    • Need to establish team
      • Rapid and dramatic changes in the economy of industrialized countries
      • To establish a dynamic business environment
      • To create new business opportunities
      • Maximize profits
      • Globalization
      • Technological advancement
    • COORDINATION MODEL
    • Coordination Technologies
      • Planning the work and keeping track of the state of affairs
      • Collecting, creating, analyzing and presenting information
      • Combining or linking individual contributions into higher level results
      • Monitoring changes in the environment
      • Communicating with peers, subordinates and supervisors
    • Coordination Process
    • Skills Required For Teamwork
      • Listening
      • Questioning
      • Persuading
      • Respecting
      • Helping
      • Sharing
      • Participating
    • Stages of team development
      • Forming
      • Members come together and lay foundation for the team
      • Excitement
      • Anxiety
      • Dependence
      • Uncertainties
    • Stages of team development
      • Storming
      • Members realize the amount of “COMPLICATED WORK”
      • Power
      • Conflict
      • Control
      • Panic
      • Frustration
    • Stages of team development
      • Norming
      • People get used to working with one another
      • Sharing of responsibilities
      • Confidence building
      • Developing trust
      • Respect among members
    • Stages of team development
      • Performing
      • Members are comfortable with each other and everyone is “reading from the same page”
      • Continuous accomplishment
      • Maintaining the momentum
    • Create Culture Of Teamwork
      • Communicate clear expectation that teamwork and collaboration are expected
      • Identify the value of a teamwork culture
      • Teamwork is rewarded and recognized
      • Performance management system places emphasis and value on teamwork
    • Tips for team building
      • Organize seminars, planning sessions and team building activities
      • Celebrate group successes publicly
      • Provide training in systematic method
      • Hold department meetings to review projects, progress and to coordinate shared work processes
      • Build fun and shared occasions into the agenda
    • Team Motivation
      • Generally associate with “HUMAN BEHAVOIR”
      • “MEANING”
      • State of mind that “MOVES” to “ACTION”
    • Factors Influence Team Motivation
      • Purpose
      • Challenge
      • Loyalty
      • Responsibility
      • Leadership
      • Growth
    • Characteristics of a Good Team
      • Everyone participates actively and positively
      • Carefully listened and receive thoughtful feedback
      • Willing to take risks
      • Focus on the ultimate goal
      • Teammates trusts the judgment of others
      • Plenty of communication
      • Everyone takes initiative to get things done
    • Characteristics of good team Members
      • Trust, supports other team members
      • Understands and committed to team objectives
      • Involve others in decision making
      • Influences others
      • “ OWNS” problems rather then blaming them on others
      • Encourage and acknowledge others
    • Benefits of Teamwork
      • Members work to establish an effective team
      • Members accept role
      • Meetings are structured
      • Record keeping enhances your work
      • Each member uses their own and others skills
      • Differences are welcomed and used
    • Benefits of team building
      • Improves morale and leadership skills
      • Clearly defines objectives and goals
      • Improves processes and procedures
      • Improves organizational productivity
      • Improves the ability to problem solve
    • Guideline for teamwork
      • Group becomes a team when each member is sure enough of himself and his contribution to praise the skills of others
      • Believe that thinking, planning, decisions and actions are better when done cooperatively
      • Create a work culture that values collaboration
      • Motivate and appreciate members