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Building a successful team adolph version 2016

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Plenary session at Div A in District 74 Southern Africa Club Officer Training on 6 Feb 2016 -

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Building a successful team adolph version 2016

  1. 1. Building a Successful Team Club Officer Training Division A 6 February 2016
  2. 2. www.toastmasters.org Building a Successful Team Traits of a Successful Team Building Trust
  3. 3. www.toastmasters.org Session Objectives Identify the five traits of a successful team Analyze your team’s current state and use the analysis to develop a plan to improve Identify the behavioral styles of each team member Create a successful team by building trust
  4. 4. www.toastmasters.org Traits of a Successful Team
  5. 5. www.toastmasters.org 1. What words Indicate a SUCCESSFUL TEAM ? 2. What words describe an Un-SUCCESSFUL TEAM ? 3. What are the SIGNS of an Un-SUCCESSFUL TEAM ? 4. Score your team as at today • 0 = Dysfunctional • 10 = Brilliant Key Questions
  6. 6. www.toastmasters.org Club Exec Team Assessment Sheets (pg3+4) ***Score each question (15 questions) • 3 = Usually ( ie 80% +) • 2 = Sometimes ( 45% to 55%) • 1 = Rarely (less than 40%) ***Complete The Score Sheet on Page 2 ***Mark the 5 Traits from Highest score to Lowest TIME = 5 Minutes Club Team Self Assessment -1
  7. 7. www.toastmasters.org Scores of 8 or 9  You have this trait well in hand  Keep it up – aim for 10 Score 6 or 7  You must create a plan to improve  Conduct a Brainstorm on these issues … Find Solutions Scores Below 5  You Need Outside Help  Get a Mentor – Area – Division - Outsider Club Team Self Assessment - SCORES
  8. 8. www.toastmasters.org 5 Traits of a Successful Team Results Accountability Commitment Conflict Trust
  9. 9. www.toastmasters.org Trust = Integrity “Always do right, this will gratify some people and astonish the rest” Mark Twain
  10. 10. www.toastmasters.org Successful Conflict I Disagree with What You Say BUT I well Defend to the death your right to say it Voltaire
  11. 11. www.toastmasters.org Commitment The ability to give of yourself, without being forced to do so and without the promise of rewards.
  12. 12. www.toastmasters.org Accountability If You Screw Up – Own Up ! Ask for Help BEFORE it Falls Over
  13. 13. www.toastmasters.org Results Reward Results --- Not Effort
  14. 14. www.toastmasters.org Traits most prized in fellow team members 55 % = Doing what you said you would 37% = Meeting Deadlines 20% = Avoiding involvement in Politics 20% = Pleasant to work with 17% = Support the Leader My Own = Don’t Triangulate Issues The Most Treasured Traits
  15. 15. www.toastmasters.org Building Trust
  16. 16. www.toastmasters.org A Team is Built on Trust
  17. 17. www.toastmasters.org Your Johari Window
  18. 18. www.toastmasters.org How Open are You ? - Share Something How Hard Was That ?
  19. 19. www.toastmasters.org Behavioural Style Assessment (pg 10 to 14) ***Score each set of question • 18 Sets of Questions • Select One of the two questions in each set • Complete the Score Sheet on Page 12 ***Mark the Highest Score TIME = 10 Minutes Do NOT Read Pages 13 and 14 Your Behavioural and Personality Style 1
  20. 20. www.toastmasters.org D = Dominance I = Influence S = Steadiness C= Compliance Problem Solver Handling People Handle Change Rules/Procedutres Argumentative Talkative Amiable Methodical Competitive Charming Explain Again Pls. Want Details Results Persuasive Friendly Precise Decisive Sociable Understanding Diplomatic Read the details on styles on pages 13 and 14 and learn about yourself Then learn about other styles – a very powerful tool most Leaders Leverage Your Behavioural & Personality Style 2 Hardegat Windgat Slapgat Banggat
  21. 21. www.toastmasters.org Remember
  22. 22. Build a Successful Team Trust Each Other Deliver What You Undertook To Do Achieve You Goals and Remember Your Customers It’s All About Them Presented By:- Adolph P Kaestner DTM, PDG, SdPFA

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