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Teamwork and leadership


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properties of good team players and characteristics of good leaders

properties of good team players and characteristics of good leaders

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  • During the Forming stage, members of the project team meet each other and learn about the tasks they will need to perform. Team members will try to see how they fit in with each other and understand what is expected of them.Clearly defining the project's objectivesThe Storming stage is characterized by interpersonal issues such as conflict and polarization. During this stage it is common for team members to challenge each other, including the project manager!Norming During this stage, you will want to focus on keeping everyone moving in the right direction.In the Performing stage, team members are comfortable with each other and group norms have been accepted. Interpersonal and structural issues have been settled and support task performance.Now that the team is performing at a high level, you will be able to focus more of your energy on leadership activities and less on supervisory activities.
  • Ask them why it is important to keep secrets of the team
  • Share knowledge and mention ethics
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  • Nobody likes a Whiner. Laugh the world laughs with you; whine and you whine alone. Whiners feel helpless and overwhelmed by an unfair world. Their standard is perfection, and no one and nothing measures up to it. But misery loves company,the Whiner look at the problem, feels helpless, and then generalizes that the problem is worse than it actually isYour GoalForm a problem-solving allianceand if that doesn't work, then your goal is to get them to go away!Don't:Don't agree with Whiners, as it just encourages them to keep cmplaining.Don't disagree with them, as they will feel compelled to repeat their problems.Don't try to solve their problems for them -- you can't.Never ask them why they are complaining to you about their problems. They hear this as an invitation to start all over again from the beginning.Do:Do have patience with their impossible standards and seemingly endless negativity.Do have compassion for the poor complainers whose lives are beyond their control.Do have commitment to the lengthy process of getting them to focus on solutions.Listen for the main points.Interrupt and get specificShift the focus to solutions.Show the Whiner the futureDraw the line.
  • A Nothing Person doesn't contribute to the conversation. No verbal feedback, no nonverbal feedback, Nothing. What else could you expect from ... the Nothing PersonLighten it upShow the futuremention sabek we jimmy
  • Be careful of your own wishful thinkingRemember that they mean well
  • Command respect
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    • 1. Teamwork&SCCI’13 Soft skills teamLeadership
    • 2. Agenda• Importance• Team construction• Good team players• Leader versus Manager• Who is a good leader?• Difficult people to deal withTeamwork Leadership
    • 3. Fast LearningWorkloadDistributionBuilding BondsHealthyCompetitionExploringCreativityJobSatisfactionIncrease Speedof Work1234756
    • 4. Team ConstructionAdjourningPerformingNormingStormingForming
    • 5. GoodTeam Players“Nothing GREATwas everachieved withoutENTHUSIASM”
    • 6. GoodTeam Players
    • 7. GoodTeam PlayersShareResponsibility
    • 8. GoodTeam Players
    • 9. Leadership
    • 10. Are leadersborn or made
    • 11. Leader versus ManagerBy hisorganizationalhierarchyBy hispersonal skills
    • 12. Leader versus ManagerHave formalrightsHave NOformal rights
    • 13. Leader versus ManagerStableTemporary
    • 14. Leader versus ManagerPeople followaccording tojob descriptionPeople followon voluntarybasis
    • 15. Good leadersLong term visionShow AppreciationRespect Opinions
    • 16. Good leadersCreates spiritCreate another leadersDealing with difficult people
    • 17. Difficult people to deal with
    • 18. Theythink
    • 19. Whiners
    • 20. Shy• Break the ice• Ask open endedquestions• Show interest• Respect theiropinions• Lighten it up
    • 21. • Make it safe tobe honest• Help the personlearn to plan• Ensurecommitments
    • 22. TheTank• Sit aside withthem• Show them theconsequences oftheir actions• Interrupt theattack
    • 23. Summary
    • 24. ThankYoue