Making decisions without data
Attempting to do too much
Unsure of responsibilities
Lack of goal/planning
Too much paperwork
Poor filling system
Lack of cooperation
6 STEPS 4 EFFECTIVE TIME
Identify your Personal and Work-related Priorities
Translate your priorities into concentrate goals
Break the goal
Identify the needs,requirement & resources
Get assistance or co-operation of other people
Step by Step
Check the availability resources
Consider your monthly calendar or planning notebook
Schedule important activity, due dates, deadline etc
Learn to say No to opportunities
Identify your own barriers to effective use of time
No one can do EVERYTHING
But everyone can do SOMETHING
Team Two or more people who work
interdependently & adaptively
• Towards a common Goal
• Have specific Roles.
• Limited timespan.
• Team Goal > Individual Goal.
• Is not a group
. . . . . .
Group Vs Team
Understanding Thinks they are group
together for administrative
Recognize their independence
& understand both personal &
team goals with mutual support
Ownership •Focus on themselves
•Have ownership for their jobs
•Committed to value based
Suggestion & creativity are
Unique talents, knowledge &
creativity to team objectives are
Trust • Distrust the motives of
• Expressions of opinion or dis -
agreement are considered
divisive or non supportive
Work in climate of trust & are
encouraged to openly express
ideas , opinions, disagreements
Group Vs Team
Are so cautious about what
they say, that real understanding
is not possible
Member practices open &
Restrict their mindset &
Develop Skills continuously with
the support of team
•Participation is Voluntary
•Leads to win/ lose situations
•Actively takes participation&
support the leader
•Look for Win /win result
Clear Leadership •Work in unstructured
• Leader don’t lead from front
•Work in structured environment
•Leader sets agreed high sets of
performance with examples.
Commitments •Members are uncommitted
towards excellence & personal
• Staff turnover is high
•Committed to excellence
are only hired.
•Everyone works together in
a harmonious environment
They keep close relationship with other people. They
• like stability.
• Are friendly,helpful, reliable,informal and avoids conflict.
They are experts at critical thinking and analyzing data &
• Likes to solve problems, likes facts & methods.
• Are careful, formal, reserved, conscientious & make close
relationship only after they know the other person well.
They are result oriented and like to make decisions and see
things happen fast. They are . . . . .
• Risk - Taker, formal, direct, confident, focused and fast.
Four Styles for a good
Contd . . .
Benefits of TEAM.
• Decrease errors.
• Decrease Risk &
• Improve Performance and productivity.
What is Motivation?
• Is an internal state or condition( sometimes
described as a need , desire, or want)that
serves to activate or energize and give it
• Self Motivation is Long Lasting
Why do People Work ?
Where would the money come from
to pay your bus fares , to get into the movies , to buy your
T.V , or to pay your electricity Bills . . . . .
And Human Study shows that :
Money Is the NUMBER ONE reason for working !!!
Besides , We Perform Because . . .
• You are good at doing something Special
• Other People need your Skills , And You need Theirs .
• To satisfy your needs for shelter and Food
• To Provide “ Luxuries” to make your life more enjoyable
Anything More ????
Then Why do We need Motivation ?
Why Do we need Motivation?
Need for . . . . .
• Aspires to accomplish difficult tasks.
• Maintain high standards and is willing to
work toward distant goals.
• Accepts People readily and makes effort to
win friendship and Relationship.
• Tries to break away from restraints,
confinement, or restrictions of any kind.
• Attempts to control the environment and
to influence or direct other people
Great speakers are not born, they're trainedGreat Speakers are not Born, they’re trained.
Guidelines to Listen Effectively
• Get Ready to
• Relax; Tune to
• Control Your
• Put Your shopping lists, things -to-do-
tonight lists, etc,,, aside
• Focus on what the speaker is saying
• Is listening with intent to understand the
other person’s frame of reference and
feelings .It takes a great deal of security to
go into a deep listening experience because
you open yourself up to be influenced.
• Emotions can cloud your ability to listen
because they may distract you from what is
being said and cause you to concentrate
instead on what you want to say.
Formal and informal communication
Policies and Procedures
Codes of conduct
Formal & Informal
Formal Communication Channels
Informal Communication Channels
Conversations at break times
Social clubs and groups
Policies & Procedures
Internal Customer service
Enhances corporate image
Develop leadership skills
Improve career opportunities
Promotes respectful conduct
Makes you comfortable in any situation
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