Team building for prof devp 201110

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Team building for prof devp 201110

  1. 1. TEAM BUILDING  TEAM BUILDING
  2. 2. Lets play a Game. p y AB v/s SRK !
  3. 3. The Sinking Ship The Sinking Ship • • • • • • • • Abdul Kalam Abdul Kalam Manmohan Singh Sharad Pawar Sh d Amitabh Bachchan Lata Mangeshkar A R Rehman A R Rehman Ratan Tata Narayan Murthy N M h • • • • • • • Sachin Tendulkar Mukesh Ambani Medha Pathkar Nana Patekar Baba Ramdev Narendra Modi Lalu Prasad Yadav
  4. 4. Who & Why? • • • • • • • • • • • A R Rahman: 4 Ambani: 4 Dr Kalam: 3 g Dr Singh: 2 Tata: 2 We need who can represent India to the world.  We need who can represent India to the world. We need leader We need critique  We need critique We need who helps younger generation We need who gives results & money We need who gives results & money We need younger generation to come forward.
  5. 5. What are the Course Objectives What are the Course Objectives •I am aware that my people have great ideas of how we can do better. I  •I am aware that my people have great ideas of how we can do better I am keen to learn how to help them open up so they make suggestions  and I can act upon them. •I believe that the work in my firm could be organized in a better, more  efficient manner. How do I plan and organize everything more  effectively? This is something that I wish to learn. effectively? This is something that I wish to learn •I need to learn how to get my people to work together as a team  without to back biting. •My organization performs well, but I want to find out how well we are  doing against our competitors performance and how to become the  best. best
  6. 6. What You Will Learn: What You Will Learn: What a team is ? Why organize teams ? Characteristics of effective teams ? Characteristics of effective teams ? Good leadership ? Identify what style of team best suits your  Id tif h t t l f t b t it project. • Discuss how to turn your Colleagues into a  High Performing Team • • • • •
  7. 7. What is a Team? What is a Team?
  8. 8. Team Definition Team Definition A team is a group of people in which the  members assume specialized roles i b i li d l in  performing work toward achieving a goal or an objective.
  9. 9. Why Organize Teams? 
  10. 10. Why have Teams become so popular? 
  11. 11. Lets play a Game Lets play a Game. Push ! Push !
  12. 12. Lets play a Game. Lets play a Game. Push ! Push ! When you push, what does the partner do to  maintain equilibrium?
  13. 13. Lets play a Game. Lets play a Game. Push ! Push ! When you push, what does the partner do to  maintain equilibrium? Push back. Push back.
  14. 14. Lets play a Game. Lets play a Game. When you push, what does the partner do to  Wh h h td th t d t maintain equilibrium? Push back. When a partner proposes, don’t  p p p oppose, but ask neutral questions.
  15. 15. Let us Remember… Let us Remember… Coming together is a beginning Keeping together is progress p g g p g Working together is success Working together is success
  16. 16. Reasons to Organize Teams Reasons to Organize Teams • • • • • Synergy Consensus building Consensus building Innovative solutions Productivity Meet goal. Meet goal
  17. 17. The Results of Team Work The Results of Team Work
  18. 18. Lets play another Game. Lets play another Game. Can you touch the ceiling? Can you touch the ceiling?
  19. 19. Lets play a Game. Lets play a Game. Can you touch the ceiling with 10%  C h h ili i h 10% stretch? Every minute is important (Late?). Every push is important (Sleep?). E hi i t t (Sl ?) Every attention is important (Lights?) y p ( g ) Every stretch is important (5S?)
  20. 20. Everyone needs to give a slight push Everyone needs to give a slight push
  21. 21. Lets play a Game. Lets play a Game. Can a team touch the ceiling?
  22. 22. Team Building & Motivation Team Building & Motivation
  23. 23. Stages in Team Building Stages in Team Building Forming Storming Norming i Performing Adjourning Adjourni Adj ing
  24. 24. Stages in Team Building Stages in Team Building
  25. 25. Stages in Team Building Stages in Team Building
  26. 26. Stages in Team Building Stages in Team Building
  27. 27. Characteristics of an Effective Team Characteristics of an Effective Team • Cl Clear understanding of goals d di f l • High degree of communication g g • Effective decision making • Hi hl Highly productive d i • Use of member’s unique  q resources and experiences
  28. 28. Building Team Performance g
  29. 29. Lets go for a picnic. Lets go for a picnic. Yes, but.
  30. 30. Lets go for a picnic. Lets go for a picnic. Yes, and.
  31. 31. Key factors to successful performance of a team  Key factors to successful performance of a team – S.C.O.R.E Strategy Clear Roles and Responsibility Clear Roles and Responsibility Open Communication Rapid Response Effective Leadership Effective Leadership
  32. 32. Lets play another game Lets play another game Lets make aircraft… Lets make aircraft…
  33. 33. Lets play another game Lets play another game Lets make aircraft… Lets make aircraft… Lessons learnt 1. We  must plan with some additional time in hand,  1 We must plan with some additional time in hand never expect to get the full quota. 2. Don t compromise on quality, when time/resources   2. Don’t compromise on quality, when time/resources are limited work harder to maintain goals and level. 3. When given additional time make sure you use it  g y effectively, if you have finished, make improvements…  if  you haven’t, don’t give up, try to beat competition,  you know what they already have.
  34. 34. Giving Constructive Feedback Giving Constructive Feedback • Be descriptive  p • Don't use labels • Don’t exaggerate gg • Don’t be judgmental j g • Speak for yourself p y
  35. 35. Helpful Team Behaviour Helpful Team Behaviour • • • • • • • • • • Keeping the peace Being a friend Being enthusiastic Giving opinions Generating ideas Initiating Solving problems logically Relieving tension with humour Seeking approval Encouraging others
  36. 36. Everyone Has to Hang in There in Difficult Times! Everyone Has to Hang in There in Difficult Times!
  37. 37. The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player • • • • • • • • • Adaptable daptab e Collaborative Committed     Communicative Competent p Dependable Disciplined p Enlarging  Enthusiastic  • • • • • • • • Intentional Mission conscious Prepared Relational                           Self‐improving  Self improving Selfless Solution‐oriented S l i i d Tenacious
  38. 38. 1. Adaptable: 1. Adaptable: • If you won't change for the team, the team may  change you. Team players who are adaptable  change you. Team players who are adaptable possess:  • a) they are highly teachable ) y g y • b) they are emotionally secure c) they are creative  • c) they are creative • d) they are service‐minded individuals To achieve such characteristic  • a) get into the habit of learning • b) reevaluate your role on the team b) reevaluate your role on the team  • c) think outside the lines.
  39. 39. 2.Collabarative: • Working together precedes  winning together. winning together • THE GREAT ESCAPE • C ll b Collaboration is the key word  i i h k d when it comes to meeting  challenges as a team. challenges as a team • Cooperation is merely  working together agreeably,  ki t th bl but collaborating means  working together more  working together more aggressively. 
  40. 40. 3. Committed: 3. Committed: • Committed people don't  surrender easily. • Commitment is not an  emotion it’s a character  quality that enables us to  reach our goal. h l • Human emotions will go up  and down but commitment  has to be rock solid.
  41. 41. 4. Communicative: 4. Communicative: • A team is many voices with  a single heart.  p y • Communicative team players do not isolate themselves from  others. others • Make it easy for teammates to  communicate with them  i t ith th • Follow the twenty‐four hour  rule 
  42. 42. 5. Competent: 5. Competent: • If you can't, your team won't . • Competent does not mean simply having  d l h adequate skills to perform a job. It means the  individual must be highly qualified to do the job  d d l b h hl lf d d h b well.  • Ex: Bob Taylor ( building guitar). • To improve the level of competence, one must:  p p , • a) focus yourself professional • b) give more attention to implementation b) give more attention to implementation.
  43. 43. 6. Dependable: 6. Dependable: • Dependency is  important to  Teams  success. • Pure motives i.e If there are  no hidden agendas the team  hidd d th t will make progress.  • Th bilit t t k The ability to take on  responsibility.  • Th t The team player must want  l t t the ball and be able to sink  it in the basket and score it in the basket and score
  44. 44. 7. Disciplined: 7. Disciplined: • Where there's a will, there's a win. • Discipline is doing what you really don't want  to do, so that you can do what you really want  t d th t d h t ll t to do.  • It means paying the price so you can have the  reward later. • To become the kind of players teams want,  people must develop discipline in three areas. people must develop discipline in three areas. • Disciplined thinking. Keep your mind active,  and always think about the right things. • Di i li d Disciplined emotions.  i • Disciplined actions. Action separates the  winners from the losers. When people act  on what they must do, it is for the benefit of  all those on the team.
  45. 45. 8. Enlarging : 8. Enlarging : • Adding value to teammates  • T Team members love a player who is  b l l h i able to inspire them to become more  successful.  • Team players who enlarge their  teammates share common  characteristics: ‐ • Enlargers value their teammates  • Enlargers value what their teammate’s  value. value • Enlargers make themselves more  valuable.
  46. 46. How do we become Enlargers? How do we become Enlargers? • Believe in others before they believe in Believe in others before they believe in  you.   • Serve others before they serve you.   • Add value to others before they add Add value to others before they add  value to you. • P i t t Point out your teammates' strengths,  t t ' t th encourage and motivate them out of  their comfort zone, but within their gift  zone
  47. 47. 9. Enthusiastic: 9. Enthusiastic: • Your heart is the source of energy for the  team People  who bring an enthusiastic  attitude to team work often.  • Harley Davidson. • Take responsibility for their own enthusiasm. • Act their way into feeling. The only way to  begin is simply to begin!  • B li Believe in what they are doing.  i h h d i • Spend time with enthusiastic people. 
  48. 48. 10. Intentional: 10. Intentional: • Make every action counts. • Being intentional means  working with a strong sense of  purpose.  • Successful individuals are never  scattered .  • They have a clear reason why  they are doing what they are  doing. • For a team to be successful, it  needs intentional people who  are focused and productive, the  kind of people who can make  every action count. i
  49. 49. 11. Mission Conscious: 11 Mission Conscious: • The Big Picture is coming in loud and clear. The four The Big Picture is coming in loud and clear. The four  qualities of mission‐conscious team players are: • 1) They know where the team is going. ) y g g • 2) They let the leader of the team lead. 3) They place team accomplishment ahead of their  • 3) They place team accomplishment ahead of their own.  • 4) They do whatever is necessary to achieve the  ) y y mission
  50. 50. 12. Prepared: 12 Prepared: • Preparation can mean the difference  between winning and losing To be a  more prepared team, think about the  following:  • a) assessment a) assessment • b) alignment • c) attitude c) attitude    • d) action.  To improve preparedness you must:  To improve preparedness you must: • a) become a process thinker b) do more research • b) do more research • c) learn from your mistakes.
  51. 51. 13. Relational: 13. Relational: • If you get along, others will go  along . along • Teams want people who are  relational.  l i l • Look for the following in your  team relationships: • a) respect • b) Shared experiences c) Trust • c) Trust • d) mutual enjoyment
  52. 52. 14. Self improving: 14 Self‐improving: • T i To improve the team,  th t improve yourself . • P People who are constantly  l h t tl improving themselves make  three processes an ongoing  three processes an ongoing cycle in their lives:  Preparation, Concentration,  Preparation Concentration and Application.
  53. 53. 15. Selfless: 15 Selfless: • There is no "I" in team As a  team member. t b • Be generous • Avoid internal politics • Display loyalty  To become more selfless.   • Promote someone other  than yourself  • Take a subordinate role
  54. 54. 16. Solution oriented: 16. Solution‐oriented: • Anyone can become solution‐ Anyone can become solution oriented. •S l i Solution oriented people recognize  i d l i these truths:  • Problems are a matter of perspective • All problems are solvable All problems are solvable.  • Problems either stop us or stretch us.
  55. 55. 17. Tenacious:(push yourselves) 17. Tenacious:(push yourselves) • Never, never, never quit. Being  tenacious means giving all that you ve  tenacious means giving all that you've got, 100% not more than you have.  • It has something to do with working  with determination, not waiting on  with determination not waiting on destiny.  • Tenacious people do not rely on luck,  fate or destiny for their success.  fate or destiny for their success • When conditions become difficult,  they keep working.  • Q itti Quitting when the job is done, not  h th j b i d t when you're tired. • Push yourself beyond what you think  you are capable of. bl f
  56. 56. Leadership …learn to lead and Motivate.
  57. 57. Leadership Rules: Leadership Rules: #1 Unite the Participants
  58. 58. Leadership Rules:  Leadership Rules: #2 Focus the Team 
  59. 59. Leadership Rules: Leadership Rules: #3 Get the Team Moving 

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