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  • 1. One of the earliest research studies in to work place behavior was that of Prof. Elton Mayo and the Hawthorne Experiment. Mayo conducted experiments in to teamwork and team building from 1927 to 1932 at the Western Electric Hawthorne Works in Chicago.
  • 2. Team building is a philosophy of job design in which employees are viewed as members of interdependent teams instead of as individual workers. A team comprises a group of people linked in a common purpose. Teams are especially appropriate for conducting tasks that are high in complexity and have many
  • 3. Commu nication Problem Solving Trust Planning Adaptab ility
  • 4. • Consider each employee's ideas as valuable • Be aware of employees' unspoken feelings • Act as a harmonizing influence • Be clear when communicating • Encourage trust and cooperation among employees on your team • Encourage team members to share information • Delegate problem-solving tasks to the team • Facilitate communication • Establish team values and goals; evaluate team performance • Make sure that you have a clear idea of what you need to accomplish • Use consensus • Set ground rules for the team • Establish a method for arriving at a consensus • Encourage listening and brainstorming • Establish the parameters of consensus-building sessions
  • 5. • Decreased productivity • Conflicts or hostility among staff members • Confusion about assignments, missed signals, and unclear relationships • Decisions misunderstood or not carried through properly • Apathy and lack of involvement • Lack of initiation, imagination, innovation; routine actions taken for solving complex problems • Complaints of discrimination or favoritism • Ineffective staff meetings, low participation, minimally effective decisions • Negative reactions to the manager • Complaints about quality of service
  • 6. • To engage a diversity of cultures, working practices and languages • To share strengths, responsibilities and resources • To overcome obstacles together • Partners are dispersed and may feel isolated • Meetings are infrequent & intensive
  • 7. • Increased flexibility in skills and abilities • More productive than work groups with individual mindset • More beneficial in times of organizational change • Encourage both individual and team development and improvement • Focuses on group goals to accomplish more beneficial tasks • Improved range of team building objectives such as collaboration, communication and increased creative or flexible thinking
  • 8. 1. A team leader is usually goal-oriented to keep the team on track. 2. They must promote a safe environment where members can openly discuss issues. 3. A leader must build confidence amongst members by building and maintaining trust and offering the members responsibilities. 4. A leader should be technically competent in matters relating to team tasks and goals. 5. Establish clear and inspiring team goals 6. Maintain a results-oriented team structure 7. Assemble competent team members 8. Strive for unified commitment 9. Provide a collaborative climate 10. Encourage standards of excellence
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