professional development – seminar series<br />Team Building 101<br /> enabled your vision yet?<br />enablistics.com<br />...
2<br />Teams - Overall Processes<br />Task Process(i.e., everything to do with achieving the task)<br />Analyse the availa...
3<br />Teams - Overall Processes<br />Task Process:<br />Includes procedures followed to complete the task:<br />Whether a...
4<br />Teams - Overall Processes<br />People Process(ie., to do with people’s feelings about working in a group & their in...
Team Development Wheel<br />5<br />1<br />11<br />STAGE 4:<br />“PERFORMING”<br />STAGE 1:<br />“FORMING”<br />Mature Clos...
Team Roles<br />7<br />Company Worker (turns ideas into practice)<br />Chairperson (clarifies objectives/sets agendas)<br ...
Company Worker<br />8<br />A practical organiser:<br />Turns ideas into manageable tasks<br />Strength of character and a ...
Chairperson<br />9<br />Clarifies group objectives, sets its priorities and promotes decision making:<br />Coordinates and...
Shaper<br />10<br />Task leader: unites the group’s efforts.<br />Full of nervous energy<br />Impulsive, impatient - easil...
Plant<br />11<br />Ideas person, solves difficult problems:<br />Most imaginative, most intelligent<br />More concerned wi...
Resource Investigator - ‘fixer’<br />12<br />Member who goes outside the group and brings information and ideas back to it...
Monitor Evaluator<br />13<br />Critic rather than the creator:<br />Can assimilate and evaluate large volumes of complex i...
Team Worker<br />14<br />Most sensitive of team - most aware of individual needs and worries:<br />Good listener; communic...
Finisher<br />15<br />Needs to check every detail:<br />Maintains permanent sense of urgency<br />Compulsive about order a...
Chairing Meetings<br />16<br />Clarify Meeting Objectives:<br />Is there a plan?<br />Members requirements clear?<br />Sta...
Building an Effective Team<br />17<br />Think about;<br />Purpose (focus/objectives)<br />Formal Objectives<br />Hidden Ag...
Special thanks to Haseeb for this presentation. <br />Questions?<br />info at enablistics dot com<br />
enablistics.com– A Startup for high-tech startups<br />Mobile platforms<br />Enterprise Platforms<br />Web 2.0 & RIA Platf...
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For continuous improvement of startups personnel on work-related and associated topics, Enablistics.com brings on-board, a series of in-house workshops on soft skills. These presentations are part of in-house seminars series being conducted in a few technology startups that have grown in an accelerated fashion.

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  1. 1. professional development – seminar series<br />Team Building 101<br /> enabled your vision yet?<br />enablistics.com<br /> for high-tech startups<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Teams - Overall Processes<br />Task Process(i.e., everything to do with achieving the task)<br />Analyse the available information<br />Identify knowledge resources<br />Define the problem<br />Establish criteria for success<br />Determine solutions<br />Agree the most appropriate action<br />Evaluate Outcomes<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />Teams - Overall Processes<br />Task Process:<br />Includes procedures followed to complete the task:<br />Whether a chair person is needed?<br />How preparatory work is allocated?<br />What rules are followed?<br />When and how ideas are recorded?<br />When the procedure is reviewed?<br />
  4. 4. 4<br />Teams - Overall Processes<br />People Process(ie., to do with people’s feelings about working in a group & their interactions with each other) <br />The way the meeting is handled<br />Who tries to influence<br />Who really influences<br />Who contributes<br />Who does not contribute (and why)<br />Who talks (or does not talk) to whom, how often and why<br />Who encourages others<br />Who tries to reduce tension<br />
  5. 5. Team Development Wheel<br />5<br />1<br />11<br />STAGE 4:<br />“PERFORMING”<br />STAGE 1:<br />“FORMING”<br />Mature Closeness<br />Resourceful<br />Flexible<br />Open<br />Effective<br />Close & Supportive<br />Testing<br />Polite<br />Impersonal<br />Watchful<br />Guarded<br />2<br />10<br />9<br />3<br />Getting Organised<br />Developing Skills<br />Setting Procedures<br />Giving Feedback<br />Confronting Issues<br />Infighting<br />Controlling Conflicts<br />Confronting People<br />Opting Out<br />Taking Risks<br />Feeling “stuck”<br />8<br />4<br />STAGE 3:<br />“NORMING”<br />STAGE 2:<br />“STORMING”<br />7<br />5<br />Source: Tuckman (1965)<br />
  6. 6. Team Roles<br />7<br />Company Worker (turns ideas into practice)<br />Chairperson (clarifies objectives/sets agendas)<br />Shaper (drives for results)<br />Plant (source of original ideas)<br />Resource Investigator (knows who to ask) <br />Monitor Evaluator (objective judge - given time)<br />Team Worker (harmonises and unites people)<br />Finisher (checks details/meets deadlines)<br />
  7. 7. Company Worker<br />8<br />A practical organiser:<br />Turns ideas into manageable tasks<br />Strength of character and a disciplined approach<br />Not easily discouraged but sudden change of plan may throw them<br />Needs stable structures<br />Doesn’t like “hairy fairy” ideas<br />
  8. 8. Chairperson<br />9<br />Clarifies group objectives, sets its priorities and promotes decision making:<br />Coordinates and motivates the group<br />Is dominant but in a relaxed, non-aggressive way<br />Focuses people on what they can do best<br />Good communicator<br />
  9. 9. Shaper<br />10<br />Task leader: unites the group’s efforts.<br />Full of nervous energy<br />Impulsive, impatient - easily frustrated<br />Quick to challenge and to respond to challenges<br />Exudes self-confidence which often belies feelings of self-doubt<br />Prone to paranoia<br />Intolerant of vagueness. <br />Can make team feel uncomfortable, but makes things happen<br />
  10. 10. Plant<br />11<br />Ideas person, solves difficult problems:<br />Most imaginative, most intelligent<br />More concerned with fundamentals - focuses on large issues rather than the detail<br />Thrustful and uninhibited in a way that is uncharacteristic of an introvert<br />Can spend too much time on own ideas, rather than on working with the group<br />May be bad at taking criticism of their own ideas<br />
  11. 11. Resource Investigator - ‘fixer’<br />12<br />Member who goes outside the group and brings information and ideas back to it:<br />Most immediately likeable, relaxed, sociable and gregarious<br />Tends to be positive and enthusiastic, but puts things down as quickly as picks them up<br />Can be mistaken for the ideas person, but lacks the originality of the Plant<br />Preserves team from stagnation and losing touch<br />
  12. 12. Monitor Evaluator<br />13<br />Critic rather than the creator:<br />Can assimilate and evaluate large volumes of complex information<br />Stops the group committing itself to a misguided project<br />Can lack warmth and imagination<br />Can be competitive- usually with Chairperson or Plant<br />Can lower group’s morale by being a dampener at the wrong time<br />But judgement rarely wrong<br />
  13. 13. Team Worker<br />14<br />Most sensitive of team - most aware of individual needs and worries:<br />Good listener; communicates freely and encourages others<br />Counterbalances friction of shaper and plant<br />Does not like confrontation<br />When team is in difficulty, particularly valued<br />Certainly missed by the group if not there<br />
  14. 14. Finisher<br />15<br />Needs to check every detail:<br />Maintains permanent sense of urgency<br />Compulsive about order and might worry the group<br />Impatient and intolerant of more casual members of the team<br />
  15. 15. Chairing Meetings<br />16<br />Clarify Meeting Objectives:<br />Is there a plan?<br />Members requirements clear?<br />Starting discussion - effective?<br />Participation - what degree?<br />Control - meeting on track?<br />Did you:<br />Listen/clarify misunderstandings<br />Question members/ correct errors<br />Coordinate ideas<br />Give information<br />Interim summaries/final summary<br />Give pointers for next meeting<br />
  16. 16. Building an Effective Team<br />17<br />Think about;<br />Purpose (focus/objectives)<br />Formal Objectives<br />Hidden Agendas<br />Process (how people interact)<br />Overall Processes - Task/ Process<br />Stages of Team Development<br />Design (how team is structured)<br />Team Composition and Roles<br />Rewards, operating guidelines; location<br />
  17. 17. Special thanks to Haseeb for this presentation. <br />Questions?<br />info at enablistics dot com<br />
  18. 18. enablistics.com– A Startup for high-tech startups<br />Mobile platforms<br />Enterprise Platforms<br />Web 2.0 & RIA Platforms<br />Social Platforms<br />

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