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A presentation to the Student Government Councils of local universities and colleges in Malaysia was presented by Michael Teoh, surrounding the topics of Teamwork and Leadership. ...

A presentation to the Student Government Councils of local universities and colleges in Malaysia was presented by Michael Teoh, surrounding the topics of Teamwork and Leadership.

This workshop for Student Leaders was done back in 2005 and 2006.

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  • 1. The ‘A’Team How To Build An Effective Working Team
  • 2.  
  • 3. Overview Of Seminar
    • TEAMS
    • Stages of Team Development
    • Effective and Successful Teams
    • Effective Meetings
  • 4.
    • “ Mission is at the heart of what you do as a TEAM . Goals are merely steps along the way to achievement."
    • Patrick Dixon
    • - Building a Better Business 2005
  • 5.
    • Why Work In Teams?
  • 6.
    • It is the work of the team which determines success.
  • 7.
    • “ On Average, Managers spend 50% of their Working Day WORKING with People in Teams. Senior Managers can spend 80%”
    • Dr. Charles B.Handy
    • Seminar Coach
  • 8. Why Work in Teams?
    • Why? Identify Your Own Weaknesses
    • Weaknesses Being an INDIVIDUAL
    • Limited Ideas
    • Limited Human Resource
    • Limited Fundamental Sources
    • Limited Contact
  • 9.
    • Limited Division of Power and Attention
    • Limited Specialization
    • = Limited Success!
  • 10.
    • All This Because As An
    • INDIVIDUAL ALONE
    • YOU ARE
    • LIMITED
  • 11.
    • Work Together To Solve a Puzzle With More Eyes, Like How You Navigate a Task
  • 12.
    • Group Problem-Solving
    • Recognize an Already Problem or Impending Problem
    • Obtain Information
    • Develop Ideas COLLECTIVELY
  • 13.
    • Evaluate Alternatives and Select One or Afew Best Alternatives for Execution
    • Continuous Supervision on Work
    • “ Never Ever Leave The Outpost Unguarded”
    • This same Concept applies towards Monitoring Team Task / Assignments
  • 14.
    • The Need of Team Identity
  • 15.
    • Team Coordination is Set After Team Image is Determined
  • 16.
    • How Do You Want People to View Your Group?
    • An Assignment Group
    • A Sports Group
    • A Student Council
    • A Government
    • A Company
  • 17.
    • Why Is Team Identity / Team Image Important?
    • Image = Objectives
    • Objectives = Shared Mission
    • Shared Mission = Shared Burden
    • Shared Burden = Shared Success!
  • 18.
    • The ‘A’ Team
  • 19.
    • Individuals play the games, but teams win championships
  • 20.
    • The ‘A’ Team
    • = The Effective Engine
    • What Does A Team Need?
  • 21.
    • A Good Recipe Bakes
    • A Good Cake
    • A Good Team
    • Creates
    • Great Achievements
  • 22.
    • Create Good Ideas
    • Analyze Problems Effectively
    • Get Things Done
  • 23.
    • Good, Effective Communication
    • Leadership Qualities
    • Logical Evaluation
  • 24.
    • Technical Ability
    • Work Control
    • Fluent in Writing and Speaking
  • 25.
    • Team Roles and
    • Team Styles
  • 26.
    • Know Your Roles
    • Play As A Team
    • Know Your
    • Difference
    • Use That
    • Difference for
    • Others
  • 27. BEBLIN Team-Style
    • Each Individual of Every Team is Different
    • People Same Skills +
    • People in Same Group
    • = People With DIFFERENT Behaviors
  • 28. Team Roles
    • Chair ( Co-Ordinator)
    • Plant ( Innovator )
    • Monitor-Evaluator
    • Shaper
    • Team Worker
  • 29. Team Roles
    • Resource Investigator
    • Completer
    • Company Worker
    • ( Implementor )
  • 30.
    • Team Norms and Conformity
  • 31.
    • There is no such thing as a self-made man.
    • You will reach your goals only with the help of others.
  • 32.
    • Team Needs :
    • A Written Period Objective / Mission
    • Rules
    • Set of Orders / Definition of Roles
    • Importance of Roles
    • Re-Checking of Roles / Members
  • 33.
    • Team Norms :
    • What The Leader and The Team Must Understand
    • Fairness
    • Reasonableness (If majority rejects)
    • Role Expectations
  • 34.
    • Characters of an Effective Team Player
  • 35.  
  • 36. Characteristics
    • Commitment
    • Shared Responsibility
    • Flexibility
    • Working in Schedules / Constraints
  • 37. Characteristics
    • Stress Manager Of Your Own
    • Trust and Mutual Support
    • Team-Oriented
  • 38.
    • Becoming the ‘A’ Team
  • 39.
    • You can succeed best and quickest
    • by helping others to succeed
  • 40. Task Needs Team Needs Individual Needs
  • 41. The ‘A’ Team
    • Shared Objectives and Agreed Goals
    • Climate of Support and Trust
    • Open Lines of Communication
  • 42.
    • Recognize that Conflict Exists
    • Restructure It, Counter It, Escape It
    • Clear Procedures
  • 43.
    • Leadership Fitting to the Team
    • Reviews Progress Regularly
  • 44.
    • CARE, CONCERNED, KEEP IN MIND
    • = The Progress / Personal Development of
    • Its Team Members
  • 45.
    • Effective Team Communication
  • 46.
    • Treat Others With Respect
    • Listen until you
    • “ Experience the Other Side”
    • State Your Needs, Views, Feelings
  • 47.
    • Give and Receive Feedback
    • Be Descriptive
    • Be Evaluative
  • 48. Successful Project Teams
    • Everyone CONTRIBUTES
    • Everyone LISTENS
    • Everyone is COURTEOUS
    • Everyone TELLS THE TRUTH
    • Everyone is SUPPORTIVE
  • 49.
    • Effective Meetings
  • 50.  
  • 51.
    • Preparing for A Meeting
    • Purpose / Objective
    • Time
    • Place
    • Participants / Departments
    • Agenda
  • 52.
    • Participating at A Meeting
    • Decide whether to Attend
    • Speculation – Contribution for the Agenda
    • Arrival on Time
    • Contribute Clearly – Ideas, Plans
  • 53.
    • Follow-Up to A Meeting
    • Minutes / Action Plan
    • Distribution
    • Complete Task by Deadline
  • 54.
    • Teamwork
  • 55.
    • T ogether
    • E veryone
    • A chieves
    • M ore