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  • Build Your Group Into a Team
  • • There are actually a number of differences between the two words GROUP and a TEAM in our real world. Build your group into a team Introduction
  • • It is often much easier to form a group than a team. • If you had a room filled with people, for example, they could be set as a group according to: – gender, experience, fields of expertise, age, or other common factors. Build your group into a team Is it a group or a team? View slide
  • • A group is composed of 03 or more people who take part in an unit or department, but who work independently of each other to reach their company goals. Build your group into a team Group – Definition View slide
  • • A team, on the other hand, can be much more difficult to form, since their members are selected for their skills and each of them have a common purpose and an interpersonal dynamic among them. Build your group into a team Is it a group or a team?
  • • A team is any group of people organized to work together interdependently and cooperatively to meet the needs of their company by accomplishing a purpose and goals. Build your group into a team Team - Definition
  • Build your group into a team Group & Team – Main Differences Purpose Group Team They work together for administrative purpose. They work together to achieve a goal. Role Awareness Group Team Each employee is concerned with his own task . Each member is fully aware that everyone contributes to the results.
  • Build your group into a team Group & Team – Main Differences Conflict Resolution Group Team Members request their manager to sort out situations and conflicts. The members take responsibility for the collaboration and solution of a conflict. Trust Group Team Members are cautious about what their performance and opinions. The communication is open and each member listen to each other’s views.
  • Build your group into a team Group & Team – Main Differences Managing Group Team A manager is always controlling his group. The manager’s attention is focused on gaining commitment to goals. Development Group Team Training is directed at developing skills that are required to execute a specific task. Training is a matter of developing skills and personal development.
  • • When a group becomes a team: – Results can be improved and costs declined. – People increase the quality of their work and job involvement. – Absenteeism and conflict situations can be reduced. – Innovation, adaptability and flexibility can be improved in the organization. Build your group into a team Team – Main Benefits
  • • A leader must help his team to understand that both personal and team goals are best accomplished with mutual: – Support, – Contribution and – Willing. Build your group into a team Strategy 01 – Understanding
  • • Members of a company must get involved in the development of their business core values and goals. • When they help to develop such values and goals, a feeling of ownership and commitment is established and a TEAM is formed. Build your group into a team Strategy 02 – Ownership and Commitment
  • • Members should be allowed to contribute to the organisation's success by applying their unique talents, knowledge and creativity to team objectives. Build your group into a team Strategy 03 – Creativity and Contribution
  • • In a team, members work in a climate of trust and are encouraged to openly express ideas, opinions, disagreements and feelings. • Questions are always welcomed! Build your group into a team Strategy 04 – Trust
  • • Training and professional tools should be provided to members and they must be encouraged to continually develop skills and apply what they learn on the job. Build your group into a team Strategy 05 – Personal Development
  • • Members of a team must realise that conflict is a normal aspect of human interaction and it is an opportunity for adjustment, new ideas and creativity. • They must work to sort out conflict quickly and constructively. Build your group into a team Strategy 06 – Conflict Resolution
  • • A team must not allow an atmosphere of conformity among its members when dealing with decisions and new approaches. • In a team, members should have a positive decision making attitude but they must understand that their leader must make a final ruling whenever the team cannot decide, or an emergency exists. Build your group into a team Strategy 07 – The Decision Making Attitude
  • • Dean Prebble and Prof. Howard Frederick, – http://www.1000ventures.com/business_guide/crosscuttings/tea m_vs_group.html • Linda Hill & Kent Lineback – http://blogs.hbr.org/2011/06/turn-your-group-into-a-true-te/ • Marco Buschman – http://buschmanconsultancy.com/en/2012/10/22/7-differences- between-a-group-and-a-team/ • Marty Brounstein – http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/differences-between- work-groups-and-teams.html Build your group into a team Our Main Sources – Thank you!
  • Feel free to send us an e-mail. Our Website: www.licoreis.com Our E-mail: licoreis@licoreis.com licoreis@licoreis.com.br Linkedin: Roberto de Paula Lico Júnior Skype: roberto.lico Build your group into a team Our Business Contacts