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Making the Intangible Tangible

Team success depends on interactions between individuals that are positive and builds towards great work relationships. This presentation explores ways to make these people dynamics flourish

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Making the Intangible Tangible

  1. 1. Making the Intangibles Tangible
  2. 2. Bio – Darrin Murriner
  3. 3. A Few Questions 1. Do you currently or have you worked with challenging people? 2. Thinking of the best team you ever worked on, was this team at your current organization or a previous one? 3. Would you say your current team is truly a team or a collection of individuals?
  4. 4. The Problem 12% Direct Cost Most important factors for team success #1 - Relationships #2 - Communication Teams are failing…
  5. 5. Why People Matter “Individuals & Interactions Over Processes & Tools” *2/3 US Workforce Disengaged
  6. 6. People Matter… But how do we get them to work together?
  7. 7. A People Model
  8. 8. FORMING
  9. 9. FORMING – An Exercise Go to 1. 2.
  10. 10. FORMING A team can stay in forming and never get to performing based on how frequent the interactions. Change in team membership
  11. 11. Storming Goal: Speed through the process of Storming to Norming * Rethink the kick-off meeting
  12. 12. Team Identity Skill Inventory Work Styles Team Roles Gaps
  13. 13. Storming Outcomes: 1. Builds empathy & understanding (it’s not personal) 2. Empowers the team to leverage each other 3. Shifts identity away from individual to team
  14. 14. • Reinforce the things that we learned • Identify underlying issues and force these to the surface • Improve performance over the long-term, not just today Norming Go from this…. To this…..
  15. 15. Your Experience Discussion: 1. What are ways you have built team cohesion? 2. How do you stay in touch with the unique needs of your people? 3. Have you gotten involved to resolve conflicts or do you coach your people on working through those issues?
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