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Team building

Team building



SOFT SKILLS WORLD takes pleasure in introducing itself as an experienced and competent conglomeration with more than 300 Training & Development professionals. This team represents key functional ...

SOFT SKILLS WORLD takes pleasure in introducing itself as an experienced and competent conglomeration with more than 300 Training & Development professionals. This team represents key functional domains across industries.

We sincerely look forward to joining hands with your esteemed organization in our endeavour to create a mutually satisfying win-win proposition per se Organization Development interventions.

May we request you to visit us at http://www.softskillsworld.com/to have a glimpse of the bouquet of our offers .We have partnered with the best & promise you an excellent organizational capability building.

We firmly believe Hard Skills alone are not sufficient enough to enhance business success. Aligned with high performance organizational culture and given the right direction, Soft Skills is the best recipe for business success.



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    • Team Building - Definition• Team building" (or "teambuilding") refers to the process of establishing and developing a greater sense of collaboration and trust between team members. Interactive exercises, team assessments, and group discussions enable groups to cultivate this greater sense of teamwork.
    • Team work & Team building• To understand the basic concepts and ideas of team work and team building.• To appreciate the strengths and difficulties of working as a team.• To learn the basics of promoting team work in the organization.
    • Types of Teams• Formal versus informal• Mechanical versus organic• Inter-team versus intra-team• Inter-agency versus intra-agency• Same discipline versus different disciplines• User-involved versus user-led
    • Synergy of Teams• Synergy: the creation of a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.• Usefulness of synergy includes: o increasing resources for problem solving o improving quality of decision making o enhancing members’ commitments to tasks o fostering creativity and innovation o satisfying individual needs for growth
    • Task Activities of a Team• Initiating• Information sharing• Summarizing• Elaborating• Opinion giving• Distributed leadership
    • Maintenance Activities of a Team• Gatekeeping• Encouraging• Harmonizing• Reducing tension• Norming• Self-managing
    • Avoidance of disruptive activities or behavior• Being aggressive• Blocking• Self-confessing• Seeking sympathy• Competing• Withdrawal• Seeking recognition
    • Obstacles to Team Work• Personality conflicts: Individual differences in personality and work style may disrupt the group.• Task ambiguity: Unclear agendas and ill-defined problems.• Free riding: Diffusion of individual efforts and responsibilities.• Poor readiness to work: Wasting of time in unprepared meetings
    • Characteristics of High Performance Teams• A clear and elevating goal• A task-driven, result-oriented structure• Competent and committed members• A collaborative climate• External support, recognition and delegation• Strong, principled and yet democratic leadership
    • Team cohesiveness versus performancenorms• Low productivity: strong commitments to harmful norms• Low to moderate productivity: weak commitments to harmful norms• High productivity: strong commitments to supportive norms• Moderate productivity: weak commitments to supportive norms
    • Teamthink/Groupthink• Teamthink or Groupthink is the tendency for highly cohesive groups to lose their critical evaluative capabilities for undermining their weaknesses and promoting their strengths. Because of undesirable competition and disruption between teams, alienation will be resulted accordingly.
    • Symptoms of Groupthink• Illusions of group invulnerability• Belief in inherent group morality• Applying direct pressure to ‘deviants’ to conform to group wishes• Self-censorship by members• Accepting consensus prematurely• Protecting the team from hearing disturbing viewpoints from outsiders
    • How to handle groupthink• Encourage a sharing of viewpoints• Create subgroups to work on the same problem and then share their proposed solutions• Assign one member to play a ‘devil’s advocate’ role at each group meeting• Review the decision after consensus is apparently achieved
    • Inputs of Team building• Organizational setting: resources, technology, structures, atmosphere• Nature of task: clarity and complexity• Group size: number of members• Membership characteristics: abilities, values and personalities• User participation: primary versus secondary users
    • Throughputs of team building• The way members interact and work together to transform inputs into outputs.• The process through which ideas and contribution of team members are recognized.
    • Outputs of team building • Accomplishment of desired outcomes as follows:- task performance and productivity- human resource maintenance and development- prevention of disruptive groupthink and team alienation
    • Task Functions• Information and opinion giver• information and opinion seeker• starter• direction giver• summariser• co-ordinator• diagnoser• energiser• reality tester• evaluator
    • Task Needs• Defining the task• Making a plan• allocating work• controlling work quality• checking performance against the plan• adjusting the plan
    • Maintenance Functions• Encourager Of Participation• Harmoniser• Tension Reliever• Communication Helper• Evaluator Of Emotional Climate• Process Observer• Standard Setter• Active Listener• Trust Builder• Interpersonal Problem Solver
    • Maintenance Needs• Setting standards• maintaining discipline• building team spirit• encouraging, motivating, giving a sense of purpose• ensuring communication with the group• training the group as a group
    • Self-oriented Behaviour• Dominating• Blocking• Recognition seeking• Pairing up• Withdrawing
    • Individual Needs• Attending to personal problems• Encouraging individuals• Giving status• Recognizing and using individual abilities• Training the individual
    • Let’s Introduce each other
    • About Bodhih Training Solution BODHIH
    • ObjectivesIn this program you will:• Understand the importance of building high performance teams• Understand the importance of having team objectives and goals• Use effective communication skills to build trust, interdependence, mutual respect among team members• Appreciate and work with the diversity and differences within and outside the team• Lead and develop team members to achieve team goals• Review their performance regularly• Use effective decision making for developing and managing the team
    • What are the Challenges Faced by You While Working in “Team” ?
    • What is Team Building?Team building" (or "teambuilding") refers to the process ofestablishing and developing a greater sense of collaborationand trust between team members. Interactive exercises, teamassessments, and group discussions enable groups to cultivatethis greater sense of teamwork
    • Requirements for Team Building1. Clear Objectives and Goals2. Support and Trust3. Openness and Confrontation4. Co-operation and Conflict5. Appropriate Leadership6. Sound Inter-group Relations7. Individual Development8. Regular Reviews9. Sound Decision Making
    • Hurdles in Teamwork• Ego• Unhealthy Competition• Inferiority & Superiority Complexes• “Only I Can Do It” attitude• Self over estimation, and under estimation others• Jealousy• Distrust
    • What is a SMART goal?SpecificMeasurableAttainableRelevantTime-Bound
    • Your Personality Test
    • Team NameTeam SloganTeam Leader
    • GRIP Model• G - Goal Clarity• R – Role Clarity• I – Interpersonal Dynamics• P - Process
    • Let’s Pitch a Tent
    • Take Away – Tent Pitching Belief in each other Key Elements: Goal, Role, I/P, Effective communication skills Process Overcoming communication barriers Competently leading & developing team Appreciating one’s limitation (Mutual Respect) Coordination Assignment of task complementing capacity of individuals
    • Cave Rescue
    • Take Away – Cave Rescue Logical & efficient decision making approach Intensity of risk in terms of taking decision on behalf of others Significant conflict management skills Mutual respect and team Consensus Assertiveness Key Elements: Goal, I/P Working in constraint Control over ego
    • Ring Toss – Win as much as you can
    • Take Away – Ring Toss Risk-taking & level of confidence Key Elements: Goal, Role Goal-setting & concern for excellence Planning Personal responsibility Learning from feedback (Regular Performance Review) Examining one’s attitude towards success and failure
    • Crossing Team Mats with Team Mates
    • Take Away – Crossing Team Mats No individual alone is a clear leader Key Elements: Goal, Role, Pro cess Coordination Individual goal vs. team (organizational goal) Checking progress of others for guidance if required Interdependence for team success Overcoming difficult situations jointly
    • Traffic Jam
    • Take Away – Traffic Jam Foolproof planning Key Elements: Goal, Process Valuable time management Comprehend and proceeding along with other’s pace Synchronization is the key Efficient Problem solving skills
    • Crux of the Matter• Have Trust & Confidence in Team Members• Let go -- the Ego• Not Compete with each other• Be Committed to the Common Goal• Communicate Openly & Directly
    • Crux of the Matter• Resolve Conflict Mutually & Openly• Empathize & Understand to be Understood• Support & Respect Individual Differences• Take up Responsibility & Accountability