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POSSIBILITIES
INFINITE
CUMI SUPER STARS
COLLABORATING TEAMS TO EFFECTIVENESS -2
WHAT ARE YOUR
EXPECTATIONS FROM
TODAY’S TOPIC ?
WHAT WILL WE LEARN TODAY?
Delegation Understanding DISC Engaging Teams Motivating Teams
COOL AS ICE,
COOL AS SUPER STAR ! – Which is your fav superstar movie and
why?
DELEGATION
Delegation
The assignment of any responsibility or authority to another person to
carry out specific activities. Delegation is an important factor in organizing.
‹#› 8
BEFORE DELEGATING
IDENTIFY THE TASK
DETERMINE
Who has the skill, ability and time, OR.
Who is ready to be trained on this task.
‹#› 9
ACTIVITY - LET’S DELEGATE
• Ask participants to write down their roles and responsibilities.
• Next, they have to write down the tasks/ areas that take up most of their time.
• Next write down the names of their team members.
• Against each team member, identify what part of the participant’s work can be delegated to the team
member.
‹#› 10
6 LEVELS OF DELEGATION
1
Do as I Say
2
3
4
5
6
Look into this
Give me your advice,
I’ll decide
Explore, Decide and
check with me
Take care of it
for me
Steps in Delegation
Introduce the Task
Determine clearly what needs to be done
Ensure understanding
Allocate authority, information and resources
Let go
Support and monitor
I
D
E
A
L
S
Personality
Style
Assessment
Personality Style Assessment
Team Member 1 Team Member 2 Scoring Key:
1. = Very inaccurate
2. = Inaccurate
3. = Neither accurate or
inaccurate
4. = Accurate
5. = Very accurate
Personality Style Assessment
He/ She is a good listener
Scoring Key:
1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate
4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate
He/ She puts up with things they don’t like
He/ She is willing to follow orders
He/ She will go along with others
He/ She thinks of others before deciding
He/ She is willing to help
He/ She understands others feelings
He/ She is nice to other people
He/ She has warm feelings for people
He/ She lets others lead
He/ She doesn’t like to cause problems
He/ She doesn’t make demands of people
Personality Style Assessment
Team Member 1
Total
Subtract 1 from the total score to get the final
‘S’ Score
Add the scores in the first column of your grid.
Do this for both your team members.
Write down the Final ‘S’ Score
Final ‘S’ Score
Personality Style Assessment
Scoring Key:
1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate
4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate
He/ She wants to make the rules
He/ She goes straight ahead with projects
He/ She acts in a forceful way
He/ She always wants to win
He/ She will be the first to act
He/ She does not give in
People see him/ her as powerful
He/ She is sure of himself/ herself
He/ She wants to be in charge
He/ She likes to take action
He/ She is quick to act
He/ She feels strong
Personality Style Assessment
Team Member 1
Total
Add 2 to the total score to get the final ‘D’
Score
Add the scores in the second column of your grid.
Do this for both your team members.
Write down the Final ‘D’ Score
Final ‘D’ Score
Personality Style Assessment
Scoring Key:
1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate
4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate
He/ She likes to do things accurately
He/ She likes doing things the right way
He/ She does things right the first time
He/ She thinks of what makes the best sense
He/ She likes to be precise
He/ She is shy with others
He/ She is good at analysing things
He/ She thinks things through
He/ She keeps things to self
He/ She thinks things over carefully
He/ She doesn’t like too much attention
He/ She doesn’t say too much in a group
Personality Style Assessment
Team Member 1
Total
Add the scores in the third column of your grid.
Do this for both your team members.
This is your Final ‘C’ Score
Final ‘C’ Score
Personality Style Assessment
Scoring Key:
1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate
4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate
He/ She has a wide variety of friends
He/ She is liked by others
He/ She likes to meet people
He/ She is fun to be with
He/ She sees things positively
He/ She feels contented
He/ She is happy and carefree
He/ She livens things up
He/ She feels relaxed most of the time
He/ She is happy most of the time
He/ She finds it easy to meet strangers
He/ She communicates in a lively manner.
Personality Style Assessment
Team Member 1
Total
Subtract 2 from the total score to get the final
‘I’ Score
Add the scores in the last column of your grid. Do
this for both your team members.
Write down the Final ‘I’ Score
Final ‘I’ Score
Personality Style Assessment
Team Member 1
S D C I
Team Member 2
S D C I
Circle the column with the highest score for each team member. This is their
dominant personality style
Dominance Influence
Conscientious
ness
Steadiness
• Direct
• Dominating
• Decisive
• Innovative
• Talkative
• Impulsive
• Systematic
• Data – driven
• Calculating
• Democratic
• Good listener
• Supportive
Personality
Styles - DISC
ACTION
STABILITY
PEOPLE
ORIENTED
TASK
ORIENTED
DISC Video
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VqvjeXgUi4
Identifying DISC Styles of Others
Observe
• What the person talks
about – Content
• How the person talks -
Tonality
Recognize
• D style
• I style
• S style
• C style
Assess
• Active v/s Reserved
• Task oriented v/s People
oriented
Observe
Is it done and
am I great?
D
Is it fun and
do you like
me?
I
Is it safe and
will you
support me?
C
Is it correct
and am I your
‘go-to’
person?
S
Assess – Active v/s Reserved
D I
C S
Task
Orientation
People
Orientation
Active
Reserved
Reserved Individuals
(S and C Styles)
• Talk about present and past
and how things are now
• Speak with a calm and fairly
quiet voice
• Tend to have hesitant eye -
contact
Active Individuals
(D and I Styles)
• Talk about future and how
things could be
• Speak with a fairly loud voice
and inflection
• Demonstrate body language
that is animated and
assertive
• Maintain strong eye - contact
Assess – Task v/s People Orientation
D I
C S
Task
Orientation
People
Orientation
Active
Reserved
Task – Oriented Individuals
(C and D Styles)
• Talk and ask about things
• Focus more on tasks than
people
• Do not show a lot of emotion
People - Oriented Individuals
(I and S Styles)
• Talk and ask about people
• Focus more on people than
tasks
• Show emotion fairly easily
Recognize
D I
C S
Task
Orientation
People
Orientation
Active
Reserved
Talks about:
Facts, analyses, details, rules,
instructions
Talks about:
Agreements, principles, past,
proofs, one’s team
Talks about:
Goals, oneself, hard values, results,
change
Talks about:
People, team spirit, good things,
future, oneself
Project - driven
People - driven
Teams
Support Challenges
Uncover their innate preferences and styles.
There is no one DISC type that is best for remote work
Identifying your employees DISC style helps you choose the right mix of
team members and offer them the right mix of support.
Use the OAR methodology
DISC Styles assessment questionnaire
Use the DISC Test for your Team
Stay on task, deliver completed projects and get things done.
Could suffer from lack of connection.
Focus on “what” needs to be done or accomplished.
Very assertive
Thrives on competition and being heard
Prefer their independence and want to be in control
May feel frustrated by chit chat or if the pace is too slow
Communicating with Your D-Style Team
Members
Brief Measurable
May generate new ideas Comfortable taking risks
Focus on Big picture Focus on getting things done
Communicating with Your D-Style Team
Members
Direct Goal Focussed
Communicating with Your I -Style Team
Members
Need the most interaction and support.
Need to feel like part of the team.
A collaborative tool can help this person feel involved.
Feel more motivated if they have more variety and chances to interact
Interacting is important to keeping them motivated.
Give them opportunities to share their experiences and accomplishments.
Talk more about their day and feelings, rather than details and tasks
These lively conversations can help keep them more productive.
Communicating with Your I -Style Team
Members
Excited to try new things
outside of their routine
Frustrated with routine &
structure
Allow them freedom to
reach goals
Keep written communication
focused on positives rather
than details and facts
Involved Connected
Communicating with Your S - Style Team
Members
Steady, calm and trustworthy attitude
Could be resistant to change.
Provide support to this group along.
Will be your most reliable, go to team member.
Provide as much information about the move as possible.
More comfortable if there is a sense of continuity and long-term orientation.
Need to know they can connect.
Provide personal attention and sincere appreciation.
Communicating with Your S - Style Team
Members
Answer their questions
patiently
Provide them with time to
think and consider
Check for any additional
questions
Work diligently once they
understand what needs to
be done
Reassurance &
Support
Continuous
Rhythm
Communicating with Your C - Style Team
Members
Logical, analytical team members
Shy away from the video and other channels
Written communication will trump interaction with others.
Need to know who to go to with issues, concerns and problems.
Expect detailed data-based answers on a regular basis.
Feel more comfortable working on their own
Want thorough instructions and information to get things done.
Provide clear and logical direction.
Communicating with Your C - Style Team
Members
Create a new structured
environment
Pay attention to their
questions
Maintain
professionalism
Check in after meetings
Understanding
details
Clear guidelines &
processes
In Summary
D
The end goal while
guiding gently about
the mistakes
I
New ideas while
guiding gently about
getting the task
completed on time
S
A project and give
time to think
through it, while
gently guiding to
start adopting new
techniques
C
The details of the
project but always
check in after the
video call ,
separately to check
for any additional
points
How will you
Provide Directions/
Instructions
Provide Motivation
Conduct Review
Discussion
Creating an action plan
Format of an Individual Development Plan
Strengths:
•
•
Area of Improvement:
•
•
Motivation:
•
•
Goals:
•
•
Identifying Development Needs
Selected Task
Attitude: how do they need to “feel”, what should they think order to be
at their best doing this task?
Skills: what does this person need to be able to do?
Knowledge: what do they need to know to be able to do it?
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Collaborating teams effectively 2

  • 2. CUMI SUPER STARS COLLABORATING TEAMS TO EFFECTIVENESS -2
  • 3. WHAT ARE YOUR EXPECTATIONS FROM TODAY’S TOPIC ?
  • 4. WHAT WILL WE LEARN TODAY? Delegation Understanding DISC Engaging Teams Motivating Teams
  • 5. COOL AS ICE, COOL AS SUPER STAR ! – Which is your fav superstar movie and why?
  • 7. Delegation The assignment of any responsibility or authority to another person to carry out specific activities. Delegation is an important factor in organizing.
  • 8. ‹#› 8 BEFORE DELEGATING IDENTIFY THE TASK DETERMINE Who has the skill, ability and time, OR. Who is ready to be trained on this task.
  • 9. ‹#› 9 ACTIVITY - LET’S DELEGATE • Ask participants to write down their roles and responsibilities. • Next, they have to write down the tasks/ areas that take up most of their time. • Next write down the names of their team members. • Against each team member, identify what part of the participant’s work can be delegated to the team member.
  • 10. ‹#› 10 6 LEVELS OF DELEGATION 1 Do as I Say 2 3 4 5 6 Look into this Give me your advice, I’ll decide Explore, Decide and check with me Take care of it for me
  • 11. Steps in Delegation Introduce the Task Determine clearly what needs to be done Ensure understanding Allocate authority, information and resources Let go Support and monitor I D E A L S
  • 13. Personality Style Assessment Team Member 1 Team Member 2 Scoring Key: 1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate 4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate
  • 14. Personality Style Assessment He/ She is a good listener Scoring Key: 1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate 4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate He/ She puts up with things they don’t like He/ She is willing to follow orders He/ She will go along with others He/ She thinks of others before deciding He/ She is willing to help He/ She understands others feelings He/ She is nice to other people He/ She has warm feelings for people He/ She lets others lead He/ She doesn’t like to cause problems He/ She doesn’t make demands of people
  • 15. Personality Style Assessment Team Member 1 Total Subtract 1 from the total score to get the final ‘S’ Score Add the scores in the first column of your grid. Do this for both your team members. Write down the Final ‘S’ Score Final ‘S’ Score
  • 16. Personality Style Assessment Scoring Key: 1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate 4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate He/ She wants to make the rules He/ She goes straight ahead with projects He/ She acts in a forceful way He/ She always wants to win He/ She will be the first to act He/ She does not give in People see him/ her as powerful He/ She is sure of himself/ herself He/ She wants to be in charge He/ She likes to take action He/ She is quick to act He/ She feels strong
  • 17. Personality Style Assessment Team Member 1 Total Add 2 to the total score to get the final ‘D’ Score Add the scores in the second column of your grid. Do this for both your team members. Write down the Final ‘D’ Score Final ‘D’ Score
  • 18. Personality Style Assessment Scoring Key: 1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate 4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate He/ She likes to do things accurately He/ She likes doing things the right way He/ She does things right the first time He/ She thinks of what makes the best sense He/ She likes to be precise He/ She is shy with others He/ She is good at analysing things He/ She thinks things through He/ She keeps things to self He/ She thinks things over carefully He/ She doesn’t like too much attention He/ She doesn’t say too much in a group
  • 19. Personality Style Assessment Team Member 1 Total Add the scores in the third column of your grid. Do this for both your team members. This is your Final ‘C’ Score Final ‘C’ Score
  • 20. Personality Style Assessment Scoring Key: 1. = Very inaccurate 2. = Inaccurate 3. = Neither accurate or inaccurate 4. = Accurate 5. = Very accurate He/ She has a wide variety of friends He/ She is liked by others He/ She likes to meet people He/ She is fun to be with He/ She sees things positively He/ She feels contented He/ She is happy and carefree He/ She livens things up He/ She feels relaxed most of the time He/ She is happy most of the time He/ She finds it easy to meet strangers He/ She communicates in a lively manner.
  • 21. Personality Style Assessment Team Member 1 Total Subtract 2 from the total score to get the final ‘I’ Score Add the scores in the last column of your grid. Do this for both your team members. Write down the Final ‘I’ Score Final ‘I’ Score
  • 22. Personality Style Assessment Team Member 1 S D C I Team Member 2 S D C I Circle the column with the highest score for each team member. This is their dominant personality style
  • 23. Dominance Influence Conscientious ness Steadiness • Direct • Dominating • Decisive • Innovative • Talkative • Impulsive • Systematic • Data – driven • Calculating • Democratic • Good listener • Supportive Personality Styles - DISC ACTION STABILITY PEOPLE ORIENTED TASK ORIENTED
  • 25. Identifying DISC Styles of Others Observe • What the person talks about – Content • How the person talks - Tonality Recognize • D style • I style • S style • C style Assess • Active v/s Reserved • Task oriented v/s People oriented
  • 26. Observe Is it done and am I great? D Is it fun and do you like me? I Is it safe and will you support me? C Is it correct and am I your ‘go-to’ person? S
  • 27. Assess – Active v/s Reserved D I C S Task Orientation People Orientation Active Reserved Reserved Individuals (S and C Styles) • Talk about present and past and how things are now • Speak with a calm and fairly quiet voice • Tend to have hesitant eye - contact Active Individuals (D and I Styles) • Talk about future and how things could be • Speak with a fairly loud voice and inflection • Demonstrate body language that is animated and assertive • Maintain strong eye - contact
  • 28. Assess – Task v/s People Orientation D I C S Task Orientation People Orientation Active Reserved Task – Oriented Individuals (C and D Styles) • Talk and ask about things • Focus more on tasks than people • Do not show a lot of emotion People - Oriented Individuals (I and S Styles) • Talk and ask about people • Focus more on people than tasks • Show emotion fairly easily
  • 29. Recognize D I C S Task Orientation People Orientation Active Reserved Talks about: Facts, analyses, details, rules, instructions Talks about: Agreements, principles, past, proofs, one’s team Talks about: Goals, oneself, hard values, results, change Talks about: People, team spirit, good things, future, oneself
  • 30. Project - driven People - driven Teams Support Challenges
  • 31. Uncover their innate preferences and styles. There is no one DISC type that is best for remote work Identifying your employees DISC style helps you choose the right mix of team members and offer them the right mix of support. Use the OAR methodology DISC Styles assessment questionnaire Use the DISC Test for your Team
  • 32. Stay on task, deliver completed projects and get things done. Could suffer from lack of connection. Focus on “what” needs to be done or accomplished. Very assertive Thrives on competition and being heard Prefer their independence and want to be in control May feel frustrated by chit chat or if the pace is too slow Communicating with Your D-Style Team Members
  • 33. Brief Measurable May generate new ideas Comfortable taking risks Focus on Big picture Focus on getting things done Communicating with Your D-Style Team Members Direct Goal Focussed
  • 34. Communicating with Your I -Style Team Members Need the most interaction and support. Need to feel like part of the team. A collaborative tool can help this person feel involved. Feel more motivated if they have more variety and chances to interact Interacting is important to keeping them motivated. Give them opportunities to share their experiences and accomplishments. Talk more about their day and feelings, rather than details and tasks These lively conversations can help keep them more productive.
  • 35. Communicating with Your I -Style Team Members Excited to try new things outside of their routine Frustrated with routine & structure Allow them freedom to reach goals Keep written communication focused on positives rather than details and facts Involved Connected
  • 36. Communicating with Your S - Style Team Members Steady, calm and trustworthy attitude Could be resistant to change. Provide support to this group along. Will be your most reliable, go to team member. Provide as much information about the move as possible. More comfortable if there is a sense of continuity and long-term orientation. Need to know they can connect. Provide personal attention and sincere appreciation.
  • 37. Communicating with Your S - Style Team Members Answer their questions patiently Provide them with time to think and consider Check for any additional questions Work diligently once they understand what needs to be done Reassurance & Support Continuous Rhythm
  • 38. Communicating with Your C - Style Team Members Logical, analytical team members Shy away from the video and other channels Written communication will trump interaction with others. Need to know who to go to with issues, concerns and problems. Expect detailed data-based answers on a regular basis. Feel more comfortable working on their own Want thorough instructions and information to get things done. Provide clear and logical direction.
  • 39. Communicating with Your C - Style Team Members Create a new structured environment Pay attention to their questions Maintain professionalism Check in after meetings Understanding details Clear guidelines & processes
  • 40. In Summary D The end goal while guiding gently about the mistakes I New ideas while guiding gently about getting the task completed on time S A project and give time to think through it, while gently guiding to start adopting new techniques C The details of the project but always check in after the video call , separately to check for any additional points
  • 41. How will you Provide Directions/ Instructions Provide Motivation Conduct Review Discussion
  • 42. Creating an action plan Format of an Individual Development Plan Strengths: • • Area of Improvement: • • Motivation: • • Goals: • •
  • 43. Identifying Development Needs Selected Task Attitude: how do they need to “feel”, what should they think order to be at their best doing this task? Skills: what does this person need to be able to do? Knowledge: what do they need to know to be able to do it?
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