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Mount Everest – 8850 meters summit- at the boarder of Nepal and Tibet. ...

Mount Everest – 8850 meters summit- at the boarder of Nepal and Tibet.
800 achievers. 1/5 did not survive the trip down
Erik Weihenmayer (WINE-may-er)
American 32 years
Blind
team wore bells on their clothes
More than 2 months time to reach summit
Record 19 members of his team reached at the peak
Sixty-four-year-old Sherman Bull.

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  • Saif DewanWorking as a team can at first be frustrating.You have to: compromise; negotiate; trust that others will do a task to the high standard that you set for yourself.Your teams may take time to become effective as you get to know each other and find out how everyone works.
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  • TEAM BUILDING WELCOME!more report related to team building are available at www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com 1
  • Change agent in organization: Minor improvements: – Behaviour – Relation – OrganizationWork on behavior / Attitude. more report related to team building are available at www.exportpakistan .blogspot.com 2
  • Change agent: • Major Improvements – quantum leap: – Work on Paradigm – Behaviour and attitude will inevitably follow – Paradigm : way of thinking, mental model, Map – Inaccurate map---- inaccurate destination Key : Learn How to examine your map, your Paradigmmore report related to team building are available at www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com 3
  • Traditional Vs. Modern Model• Traditional: Internal Competition Individual Star performersModern: Effective team work Leadership more report related to team building are available at www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com 4
  • Team Work : the most successful climb of Mount Everest in history• Mount Everest – 8850 meters summit- at the boarder of Nepal and Tibet.• 800 achievers. 1/5 did not survive the trip down• Erik Weihenmayer (WINE-may-er)• American 32 years• Blind• team wore bells on their clothes• More than 2 months time to reach summit• Record 19 members of his team reached at the peak• Sixty-four-year-old Sherman Bull. more report related to team building are available at 5 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Benefits of Team Building• Benefits to organization Increase productivity-successful teams often achieve something which is greater than the sum of their individual parts. Multiplier effect Increase quality through Collective measures Better morale Better problem solving- Teams can help to approach problems in new ways. Increase creativity- Fellow team members may raise ideas you may not have thought of if working on your own Better decisions through collaborative efforts more report related to team building are available at 6 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Benefits of Team Building• Benefits to individuals Work is less stressful Responsibility is shared Rewards and recognitions shared Members can influence each other All experience a sense of accomplishment more report related to team building are available at 7 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Recipe of effective team: Clearly stated and commonly held vision and goals . Talent and skills required to meet goals . Clear understanding of team members roles and functions. Efficient and shared understanding of procedures and norms . Effective and skilled interpersonal relations . A system of reinforcement and celebration . Clear understanding of the teams relationship to the greater organization more report related to team building are available at 8 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Why do I need to learn about Team Building?TEAM : A group organized to work Team building is most effective whentogether to achieve a common used as a part of a long-rangeobjective. strategy for organizational and personal developmentTeam building is planned effort madein order to improve communicationsand working relationships by way ofany planned and managed changeinvolving a group of people more report related to team building are available at 9 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Team Workmore report related to team building are available at 10 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • LESSON ON TEAM WORK- Classic case study more report related to team building are available at 11 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Background• 1963 popular war film• 250 POW escaping from a German POW camp during World War II• Produced & Directed by : John Struges• Film offers some finest lessons on TEAM WORK more report related to team building are available at 12 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Situation:• Year 1944 Place: Stalag Luft III, a Nazi POW Camp one hundred miles Southeast of Berlin.• the commandant proclaims escape-proof more report related to team building are available at 13 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • The Goal :• a core group of prisoners determined to escape.• goal: to facilitate the escape of about 250 men in one night• escape so daunting had never been tried before.• Plan: Digging a tunnel to exhilarate 250 prisoners more report related to team building are available at 14 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • TEAM BUILDING PLANNING / ACTIVITIESTeams of men are organized , Jobs delegated includes:• Survey• dig, dispose the soil• manufacture clothing• forge documents• procure contraband materials• keep records of soldiers movements• distract security guards• supplying fresh air in the tunnels with hand made bellows• and to provide lighting in the tunnels• The worst of the work, noise of digging, was covered by the men singing in chorus• The list of supplies needed for the job was unbelievable: 4000 bed slats, 1370 battens, 1699 blankets, 52 long tables, 1219 knives, 30 shovels, 600 feet of rope, 1000 feet of electric wire, and more. more report related to team building are available at 15 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • LESSON1: Teamwork is birthed when you concentrate on “WE” instead of “ME”• Ask yourself: Does your ego stops you from being a good team player. Are you able to judge the size of the team challenge. Does it benefit others as well as myself. more report related to team building are available at 16 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Lesson 2 : Be Mission Conscious• The Goal is more important than the role Always remember: If you don’t know where are you going, you will end up somewhere else. Vision inspires team When you see the big picture correctly, you serve the team effectively. more report related to team building are available at 17 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • • LESSON: 3 Collaboration is Multiplication All union is strength, all discord is danger• Always remember: Don’t Compete but Excel: Complementing is more important than competing with one another.• True team members see themselves as a unit working together and never allow competition between teammates to get to the point where it hurts the team.• Effective Delegation divides efforts and multiply results more report related to team building are available at 18 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • LESSON: 4Committed and Consistent There are no Halfhearted Champions• Always remember: Ordinary people with commitment can create an extraordinary team.• You don’t have to be really gifted or talented to be committed.• Commitment is usually discovered in the midst of adversity more report related to team building are available at 19 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • LESSON: 5 Consolidating Communication A team is Many Voices with a single Heart• Always remember: Open and candid communication fosters trust.• The more difficult a situation, the more important is to communicate.• Don’t let more than 24 hours go by without addressing a conflict. more report related to team building are available at 20 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • LESSON: 6 T-Together E-Everyone A- Accomplishes M-Miracles• Enjoy the process, give it your best and never forget that no matter what you want to do in life,• “It takes teamwork to make the dream work” more report related to team building are available at 21 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • There is no “I” in TEAM but there is an “I” in “WIN” MICHAEL JORDAN more report related to team building are available at 22 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Characteristics of an Effective TeamPatienceGoodCommunicationTrust • The period when a team forms and when they are working as a unit is often a periodCommitment of stress and chaos • During this period each team must have Patience, GoodFlexibility Communication, Trust, Commitment, Flexi bilityreport related to team building are more available at 23 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Characteristics of an Effective TeamPatienceGoodCommunicationTrust Act calmly while awaiting for something dueCommitment and above all do not jump to conclusions Wait for the right timing and complete information before judgingFlexibility more report related to team building are available at 24 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Characteristics of an Effective TeamPatienceGoodCommunicationTrust Communication is the heart ofCommitment interpersonal skills and the greater your awareness of how it all works, the more effective yourFlexibility communication will be more report related to team building are available at 25 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Characteristics of an Effective TeamPatienceGoodCommunicationTrust Any effort to create an effective team will be in vain, if the team mate lack trust for oneCommitment another When it comes to trust, each of us has to be good manager of his/her emotional bankFlexibility account more report related to team building are available at 26 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Characteristics of an Effective TeamPatienceGoodCommunicationTrust The act of commitment to workCommitment together as a team during the entire process in order to achieve the goalFlexibility more report related to team building are available at 27 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Characteristics of an Effective TeamPatienceGoodCommunicationTrust The ability to be open minded or ableCommitment to accept change e.g. having to change time lines orFlexibility even structure of a project more report related to team building are available at 28 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Stages of Team BuildingWe can define a team as two ormore people working togetherto accomplish a task 3. NORMING 2.STORMING1.FORMING 5.ADJOURNING There are some basic stages that every team goes through as they 4.PERFORMING come together more report related to team building are available at 29 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Stages of Team BuildingORMING MODEL: 1965 byBruce Tuckman-Naval MedicalResearch Institute – Some thing that canBethesda, Maryland: Every change the stages areteam goes through team adding or loosing teambuilding stages and the only members, customervariable is the amount of time changes, or specialthe team spends in each stage projects more report related to team building are available at 30 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • STAGE MAIN ACTIVITY CHARACTERSTICS Tentative Getting acquainted with Team Over polite Forming members and the task Concerned over ambiguity Silences in meetingLets have acloser look atthe differentstages of Conflict •Sorting out differencesteam Resistanceperforming •Questioning power Criticism Storming relationships Interrupting speakers •Establishment of faith or lack of faith in facilitator Not attending meetings •Working cohesively together Seeking consensus Agreement on ground rules Norming •Establishing roles and relationships More supportive environment Cooperation Decision making Focus on the task and Problem solving Performing working productively Less emotional Achievement Cooperation •Complete the task Decision making Problem solving Adjourning more report •Disbanding thebuilding are related to team group or Less emotional approaching the next project available at 31 Achievement www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Key Principles of Team BuildingClear ObjectivesIdentify clear Roles & ResponsibilitiesUnderstand other Person’s Cap & Char.Keep you Commitments Be a Good Team Player Show personal Integrity Share the Learning more report related to team building are Celebrate The Success available at 32 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • 7 Principles of Team Work 1. Leadership 2. Unanimous Focus on a common Goal 3. Clearly defined roles for subgroups 4. Shared resources 5. Effective & frequent communication 6. Consistent, united & enthusiastic effort 7. Periodic & temporary suppression of Ego more report related to team building are available at 33 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • 7 Principles of Team work 1. Leadership • The leader is responsible for and has authority over the team • The leader is accountable for results • The leader is responsible for the plan and its execution • The leader is responsible for ensuring the 7 team work principles are being applied • The leader provides the vision more report related to team building are available at 34 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • 7 Principles of Team work 2. Unanimous Focus on a Common Goal • Each member of team must personally commit to the goal • Team goals come before individual goals • The goal must satisfy the S.M.A.R.T criteria • The team’s success is measured by how effectively it achieves the goal more report related to team building are available at 35 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • 7 Principles of Team work 3. Clearly Defined Roles For Subgroups • Subgroups within a team must follow the 7 Principles of Team work • All subgroup contributions must maximize the team’s success • The size and number of subgroups can change according to team needs more report related to team building are available at 36 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • 7 Principles of Team work 4. Shared Resources • All tangible( i.e. money) and intangible (i.e. enthusiasm) resources must be shared • Ideas are valuable resources to be shared • The team must be made aware of all available resources • Resources are employed for the achievement of team goals first; individual goals second more report related to team building are available at 37 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • 7 Principles of Team work 5. Effective & Frequent Communication • A common and complete understanding is a measurement of the effectiveness and frequency of communication • All team members are responsible for effective and frequent communication • Communication requirements are defined by the team • Effective and frequent communication must include genuine recognition more report related to team building are available at 38 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • 7 Principles of Team work 6. Consistent, United & Enthusiastic Effort • Maximum team effectiveness is only possible through maximum individual efforts • Every team member is responsible for providing encouragement and help where needed • Team members need to support one another recognizing individual differences or responsibilities more report related to team building are available at 39 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • 7 Principles of Team work 7. Periodic and Temporary Suppression of the Ego • All team members are responsible for suppressing their ego, when necessary, to benefit the success of the team • Every team member should know when to make suggestions and when to ask for suggestions more report related to team building are available at 40 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • HELPFUL BEHAVIOR• Be optimistic • Be open• Be on time • Listen• Support one another • Stay on track• Be courteous • Share the work• Be open minded • Complete your work• Be honest • Present ideas,• Participate comments clearly • Be prepared more report related to team building are available at 41 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • HARMFUL BEHAVIOR • Sub-conversations• Constantly critical • Simply agree with• Dominate/monopolize everything• Be manipulative • Avoid decisions• Be judgmental • Go off on tangent• Act bored/uninterested • Name-calling• Do unrelated things • Attack people/ideas more report related to team building are available at www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com 42
  • Five Dysfunctions of a TeamAbsence of Trust Fear of Conflict Lack of CommitmentThis stems from their unwillingness Teams that lack trust are Without having aired theirto be vulnerable within the group incapable of engaging in opinions in the course ofTeam members who are not unfiltered and passionate passionate and opengenuinely open with one another debates of ideas and instead debate, team members rarely, ifabout their mistakes and resort to veiled discussions and buy in and commit toweaknesses make it impossible to guarded comments decisions, though they may showbuild a foundation for trust agreement during meetingsAvoidance of Accountability Inattention to ResultsWithout committing to a clear plan This occurs when team membersof action, even the most focused and put their individual needs (such asdriven people often hesitate to call ego, career development, ortheir peers on actions and behaviors recognition) or even the needs ofthat seem counterproductive to the their division above the collectivegood of the team goals of the teamSome time teams can be very more report related to team building are Let have a look at the five mostdysfunctional and encounter available at common dysfunctions of a team 43 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team Teams with absence of Trust Trusting Team Conceal their weakness and • Admit weakness and mistakes mistakes from one another • Ask for help Hesitate to ask for help or provide • Accept questions and input about constructive feedback their areas of responsibility Hesitate to offer help outside their • Give one another the benefit of own areas of responsibility the doubt before arriving at a negative conclusion Jump to conclusions about the • Take risk in offering feedback and intentions and aptitudes of others assistance without attempting to clarify them • Appreciate the tap into one Fail to recognize and tap into one another’s skills and experiences another’s skills and experiences • Focus time and energy on Waste time and energy managing important issues, not politics their behaviours for effect • Offer and accept apologies without Hold Grudges hesitation • Look forward to meetings and Dread meetings and find reasons other opportunities to work as a to avoid spending time together group more report related to team building are available at 44 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team Teams that fear Conflict Teams that engage in Conflict Have boring meetings • Have lively, interesting Create environments where meetings back-channel politics and personal attacks • Extract and exploit the ideas of Ignore controversial topics that all team members are critical to team success Fail to tap into all the opinions • Solve real problems quickly and perspectives of team • Minimize politics members Waste time and energy with • Put critical topics on the table posturing and Interpersonal for discussion risk management more report related to team building are available at 45 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team Avoidance of Accountability Holds each other Accountable • Ensures that poor performers feel Creates resentment among team pressure to improve members who have different • Identifies potential problems quickly standards of performance by questioning one another’s approaches without hesitation Encourages mediocrity • Establishes respect among team members who are held to the same Misses deadlines and key deliverables high standards Places an undue burden on the team • Avoid excessive bureaucracy around performance management and leader as the sole source of discipline corrective actions more report related to team building are available at 46 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team Fails to Commit Team that Commit Creates ambiguity among the team • Creates clarity around direction and about direction and priorities priorities • Aligns the entire team around Watches windows of opportunity close common objectives due to excessive analysis and • Develops an ability to lean from unnecessary delay mistakes Breeds lack of confidence and fear of • Takes advantage of opportunities failure before competitions do Revisits discussions and decisions • Moves forward with out hesitation again and again • Changes direction without hesitation Encourages second-guessing among or guilt the team members more report related to team building are available at 47 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team Team not focused on Results Team focuses on collective results Stagnates / fails to grow • Retains achievement-oriented employees Rarely defeats competitors • Minimized individualistic behaviours Loses achievements-oriented • Enjoys successes as a team employees • Benefits from individuals who conquer Encourages team members to focus on their own goals / interests for the their own careers and individual goals good of the team Is easily distracted • Avoid distractions more report related to team building are available at 48 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  • CONCLUSIONS: Concentrate on “WE” instead of “ME” – A team is only as good as its members make it. A good team defines the problem first before jumping into solutions It is more important to compliment than to compete with each other- Don’t Compete but excel. “Coming together is a beginning; Keeping together is progress; Working together is success.” Henry Ford more report related to team building are available at 49 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com
  •  CONCLUSIONS: Goal is more important than the role. “It takes teamwork to make the dream work” Maintain good communications Each member needs to participate Identify problems and resolve conflicts Recognition is important Make your meetings enjoyable more report related to team building are available at 50 www.exportpakistan.blogspot.com