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Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
Make Your Good Team Great !!!
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  • 1. Rao Waqar Alam Sheharyar Nasir Nasir Ali Kazmi Muhammad Mudassar Make Your Good Team Great
  • 2. (Make Your Good Team Great) Agenda ! What exactly IS a great team ? Conclusion What can you do as a leader ? What makes a good team GREAT ? Situational leadership 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Why make great team ? What are the characteristics ?
  • 3.  A great team has certain characteristics that allow the team members to function more efficiently and productively.  They develop ways to share leadership roles and ways to share accountability for their work products, shifting the emphasis from the individual to several individuals within the team. What exactly IS a great team ?
  • 4.  Building and maintaining great teams is a time consuming and sensitive process particularly in businesses where the pressures of the moment are often intense.  When done well, teamwork contributes considerably to greatly improved productivity and reduced costs. Why make great team?
  • 5.  Team members share leadership roles  They develop their own scope of work  The team schedules work to be done and commits to taking time allotted to do work What are the characteristics of a great team?
  • 6.  They are mutually accountable for work products  Individual performance is based on achieving team products  Problems are discussed and resolved by the team What are the characteristics of a great team?
  • 7. Great teams operate in an environment in which there is two way trust in an environment of open and honest communication Characteristics of a great team?
  • 8.  Feedback on "performance" should be two-way and constant.  It should provide information to all members of the team on how their work supports the specific and overall effort of the team and the practice.  Listening is a feature of that communication. Characteristics of a great team?
  • 9. Teams accept responsibility and not "blame" one another for team mistakes, nor should they spend useless time in personal justifications. Characteristics of a great team?
  • 10. They celebrate their successes together, just as they identify the special performances and contributions of each individual. Characteristics of a great team?
  • 11. Great teams look upon first time mistakes as opportunities for learning, rather than criticism and punishment. They are, however, tough on repetitive errors, just as they encourage appropriate risk and innovation. Characteristics of a great team?
  • 12. Great teams honor the contribution that each member makes to the total work of the team. Each member is as important as the other in the application of their expertise! Characteristics of a great team?
  • 13. 1) There must be a strong desire to win 2) A team wants to be the best in every situation 3) Respect of the leader & each member 4) Supporting & helping each member 5) Honesty is integral to any great team 6) Great teams think out of the box strategy 7) Remaining calm under pressure 8) A team needs to take responsibility 9) A team willing to take calculated risks 10)ADAPTABILITY to change What makes a good team GREAT?
  • 14. Leaders should have two main concerns:  People  Production  High concern for people motivates the team and they become more productive  High concern for production creates sense of achievement and satisfaction What can you do as a leader ?
  • 15. Situational Leadership
  • 16. Commanders make and influence most decisions. The downside of this leadership style is that the leader can de-motivate and annoy people. Often decisions are not optimal - they don’t consider all available information, options and perspectives. This style is effective in short- term, in long-term it could be dangerous for people and projects. The Commander
  • 17.  The coach is needed when team lacks focus, expertise and understanding what should be done and how.  Coaches tend to be concerned with growing people, creating and enabling a trusting environment.  Coaches encourages personal growth and looks to build long-term capabilities in an effort to prepare the team and individuals for independent work. The Coach
  • 18. • Supporters are needed to help teams. They help remove barriers and coordinate activities. • The Supporter is an ego-less, quiet leader and facilitator. • They tend to make joint decisions with the team as equals, delegating majority of decisions to the team. The Supporter
  • 19. A motivated and confident Team doesn’t need formal leaders. The team makes most decisions. Any member could step in and become leader in specific areas and situations. People on these teams tend to be highly capable, committed and self- driven. The Self Organizing Team
  • 20. Which style of leader do you need to be?
  • 21.  Form a culture of self-reliance  Lead them, but at some point set them free  You can never communicate too much You can be ineffective – so be careful  Look for ways to improve – don’t be complacent It takes work to keep these teams moving forward Conclusion
  • 22. THANK YOU!

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