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Relaqtionship & team spirit


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Relaqtionship & team spirit

  1. 1. T S - BANNER,T- SHIRT• Create a team banner, poster, or flag to carry on event day.• Develop your own team t-shirt.• Use Official logo for your shirt.• Celebrate your accomplishments and let everyone know who you are.
  2. 2. T S – RUN & WALK• Communicate with your team members on a regular basis.• Run & Walk in City for noble cause.• Eg. AIDS Foundation, Cancer Patients club.• Walk/Run in honor of someone who has lost their battle to HIV/AIDS or in celebration of someone’s victory/achievement.• People would like to know who they are helping.
  3. 3. T S – TEAM GEATHERING• Hold regular team gatherings in fun places or at gardens, stadiums etc.• Bring people together to talk about their success/ victory / lessons/tips etc.• Team meetings also give your team a chance to become familiar with one another (if they are not already).
  4. 4. T S – WRITING• If your company, group, religious organization, or school has an internal newsletter-• write an article to boost team moral .• give examples of big team groups.
  5. 5. T S – ACT FIRST.• Make your self as role model.• Because many new comers are going to follow you.• Remember actions speaks louder than words.
  6. 6. TEAM SPIRIT• in cricket team spirit has always produced positive result. And the most important thing in team spirit is personality of Captain. We see that a team always give good output when Captain of the team is respected by the whole team. Examples:: Lloyd, Brairley, Chappel, Richards, Imran. On the other hand many teams had not been too good despite of having too many Super Stars, because there were more than one captains(some other guys considered themselves as captain) For example: Kim Hughes, Botham, Asif Iqbal,
  7. 7. METHODS TO HEAL RELATIONSHIPSArt of improving relations Sambandh •Awareness •Alert Sam + Bandh •Affirm •Accept Harmony Negative •Appreciation Positive Bondage •Achievement Balance Battle
  8. 8. • SMILE & HUG
  9. 9. WHAT BUILDS RELATIONSHIPS• Selfless Love Peace• Faith Tolerance• Respect Sympathy• Trust Adjustment Co-operation• Sacrifice Forgiveness• Understanding
  10. 10. HOW TO IMPROVE RELATIONSHIP• When we have a problem in a particular relationship, we are not able to think positive about that person• It is this negative attitude that creates an atmosphere of negativity
  11. 11. HOW TO IMPROVE RELATIONSHIP• The only way to better the relationship and thereby the situation is to create a positive environment through our attitude. As is our attitude, so are our thoughts and feelings. It is this silent change within which creates a positive impact on people through subtle vibrations.
  12. 12. FORGIVNESS – TO IMPROVE RELATIONSHIPS• It helps us to overcome resentment;• it decreases feeling of hurt and insult;• it also enables us to forget others weaknesses, shortcomings and faults.• It not only enhances interpersonal relationships but also leads to improved understanding of self and others.
  13. 13. FORGIVNESS – TO IMPROVE RELATIONSHIPS• Mahatma Gandhi said. Revenge, which is the opposite of forgiveness, is a virus that eats into the very vitals of the mind, and poisons ones entire being, physical and spiritual.• It is only recently that research studies have demonstrated its important health benefits and forgiveness is being increasingly used as a stress management tool for reducing anger and depression as well as for enhancing hopefulness and self-efficacy.
  14. 14. FORGIVNESS – TO IMPROVE RELATIONSHIPS• People with a forgiving nature are said to have lower blood pressure than those who are less forgiving. That hostility and anger, or resentment and bitterness have been linked with poor health, hypertension and heart problems, is proved in a study, largest ever, conducted by Stanford Forgiveness Project
  15. 15. FORGIVNESS – TO IMPROVE RELATIONSHIPS• forgiveness training, the study revealed, resulted in a 70 per cent decrease in feeling of hurt, 13 per cent reduction in long-term experience of anger, 27 per cent reduction in physical symptoms of stress backache, dizziness, headache and 15 per cent decrease in emotional experience of stress.
  16. 16. FORGIVNESS – TO IMPROVE RELATIONSHIPS• The chief beneficiary of forgiveness is the one who forgives. Forgiveness is sound ethics that safeguards our mental and physical health and spiritual well-being.• To forgive and forget creates positive energy; it helps bring about a climate of peace.
  17. 17. RELATION MANAGEMENT• – A Positive Attitude• Be alert to give service, what counts more in life is what we do for others• Be honest, treat every person, with whom you come in contact as the most important person on earth.• ‘The secret of education lies in respecting the pupil.’ – Ralph Waldo E
  18. 18. RELATION MANAGEMENT• Try to focus on solutions rather than problems.• Soften your voice.• Make eye contact, especially if you are delivering bad news.• Give praise then express your point.• Confront problem immediately you become aware of them and before they become too big.• Don’t be afraid to ask for advice / suggestions after the match.
  19. 19. COACH AUTHORITARIAN COOPERATIVEPhilosophy Win centered Athlete centeredDecision Making Coach makes all decisions Decisions are guided by coach and players are involvedCoach-Player Relationship Coach dependent Independent of coachCommunication style Telling Asking, listening, tellingHow is success judged By coach Self-judgement by players with coaches helpPlayers development Coach shows little or no Coach shows trust in the trust in the player playerCoach’s role in motivation Extrinsic motivation Extrinsic and intrinsicTraining structures Inflexible Flexible
  20. 20. All of them contribute to being a successful coach:• Instructor: Directing activity.• Teacher: Imparting new knowledge and ideas.• Motivator: Keep on motivating the player.• Disciplinarian: Setting appropriate rewards and punishments.• Manager: Leading and directing the performance.• Public agent: Maintaining contact with media and public.• Social worker: Counselling, advising, supporting.• Friend: Building good relationship with players.• In coaching, all of these roles are combined.
  21. 21. LEADERSHIP• Saying of Bhisma Pitamah• It is easy to rule , BUT NOT EASY to rule well. It is action that shapes destiny and not the other way round.• His first duty is to his people. He should take care of them with no thought of pleasing himself subordinating his desires to those of his people . He should guard them as a mother guards her child.
  22. 22. LEADERSHIP• The only man who makes no mistakes is the man who never does any thing. Do not be afraid of mistakes provided you do not make the same one twice
  23. 23. LEADERSHIP• LEADER :Leader is said to be the one who never reacts but observes, analyse and acts decisively . Leader is the one who leads . Leader should be of Calm state of mind , Clear Focus , confident , Creative and committed.• LEADER SHIP : It is an art of influencing and human behaviour the ability to handle men. This involves understanding , analysing , predicting & controlling man’s behaviour.• MILITARY LEADERSHIP :It is an art of influencing and directing man to an assigned goal in such a way so as to obtain their obedience, confidence, respect and loyal co-operation in order to accomplish a mission.