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Partnership Team Building - IOLE Spring 2020 - Sitearm Madonna / James G Neville

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Formal training in team operations methods and principles for:
. University students starting educational and professional careers.
. University officers scouting new ways of implementing learning methodologies.
. Viewers interested in growing skills, experience, and perspective.

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Partnership Team Building - IOLE Spring 2020 - Sitearm Madonna / James G Neville

  1. 1. Partnership Team Building ● Motivation ○ Exercise ● Partnership Team Building Model ○ Concept Sketches ○ Highlights ○ Sestet ● Team Operations Model ○ Effective Teams Have Effective Members ○ Effective Teams Develop in Stages ○ Effective Teams Use Best Practices ○ Effective Teams Share Roles IOLE Spring 2020 Sitearm Madonna / James G Neville ● Collaboration is a Technology ○ Exercise ● Persona Theory ○ Concept Sketches ○ Highlights ○ Application to Team Roles ● Human Social Size ○ Concept Sketches ○ Highlights ○ Application to Persona Theory ● Selected References ○ Debrief Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
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  3. 3. Pause Point - Exercise Recall a recent positive team experience Recall a recent negative team experience Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
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  5. 5. Partnership Team Building Model jn: 19-feb-2020 Unfolding Generating Brainstorming ContendingMirroring Deciding 5. evolve 1. feed 2. direct 3. strengthen 4. evoke goal: fluency in all five states Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  6. 6. Partnership Team Building Model - Highlights Goal - fluency in all five statesBrainstorming - nurture, encourage, feed Deciding - guide, focus, direct Contending - explore, develop, strengthen Mirroring - distinguish, declare, evoke Partnering - collaborate, extend, evolve Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  7. 7. Partnership Team Building We start the journey with our parents for nurturing and first direction. With rivals then we push and pull, developing our skills and muscle. Our idols help us dreams express. Our allies bring them to creation. Partnership Sestet (Dwelling People) 05-Dec-2017 Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
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  14. 14. Pause Point - Exercise From this presentation so far, a “like” Recent positive team experience Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020 From this presentation so far, a “wish” Recent negative team experience Connect the dots...
  15. 15. Persona Theory - Concept Sketches Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  16. 16. Persona Theory - Highlights Persona theory applies to team roles. Persona awareness increases competence. Having an avatar in virtual reality can increase your persona awareness. It can give you a third-person (“ESC”), versus first-person (“M”), perspective on who you consider yourself to be. Reference: Persona as mask - Greek theatre ca. 500 BCE Persona as social face - Jung ca. 1950’s Human beings inherently develop and present multiple personas. Personas are points of view. They are internally-maintained models of who we consider ourselves, and others, to be. Who we consider ourselves and others to be is an ongoing process, not a one-time event. Honesty or dishonesty arises in how we use our core (primary) and alternative (sub) persona sets for ourselves and others. Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  17. 17. Human beings are capable of, and regularly practice, presenting themselves as different personalities tailored to circumstances. Yes there is a “core” persona of “who you consider yourself to be.” Over time we learn to parse our core into selected “sub” personas. We have more than one persona because we have multiple audiences to deal with, and multiple purposes in dealing with them. You are capable of maintaining 2-3 personas to help fulfill the requirements of the 9 team roles. Persona Theory & Team Roles Some of these team roles are already in place for each of you. Some would have to be added based on interest and need. Important personas to have in your skill set are coordinator and shaper. If you operate primarily as an introvert, adding the ability to go “extrovert on demand” will be remarkably beneficial. If you operate primarily as an extrovert, adding the ability to encourage others to speak up and contribute, besides yourself, will pay off handsomely. Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  18. 18. Human Social Size - Concept Sketches Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  19. 19. Human Social Size Theory - Highlights We hold cognitive models of others in our mind, to guide our interactions with them. There are limits to how many of these mental models we can maintain, based on complexity and quantity. Models for people close to us take more “social time” capacity. We can only have fewer of these. Models for people not so close to us take less capacity. We can have more of these. For example: 5 - loved ones 15 - good friends 50 - friends 150 - meaningful contacts (Dunbar’s Number) 500 - acquaintances 1500 - people you can recognize Human social size and persona theory are linked: we maintain mental models of ourselves, as well as others, to guide our behavior. Reference: Neocortex capacity - Dunbar ca. 1990’s Intentionality - Brentano ca. 1870’s Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  20. 20. Pause Point - Debrief Something new you learned today? Something new you want to learn? Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  21. 21. Selected References ● Persona Theory ○ Persona (psychology) (Wikipedia) ○ Masking (personality) (Wikipedia) ○ Ancient Greek Costumes, Masks And Theater In Focus (AncientPages.com) ● Human Social Size Theory ○ Dunbar’s number: Why we can only maintain 150 relationships (BBC.com) ○ Dunbar's number (Wikipedia) ○ Social network size in humans (Human Nature - Journal) ○ The Social Brain Hypothesis (Evolutionary Anthropology - Journal) ○ Intentionality (Wikipedia) ● Team Operations Theory ○ Tuckman Stages of Group Development (Wikipedia) ○ Osborn’s Method (Brainstorming) (Wikipedia) ○ Group Decision Making (Deciding) (Wikipedia) ○ Team Role Inventories (Team Roles) (Wikipedia) Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
  22. 22. Selected Notes ● Resource - How Do I… ○ Increase personal commitment ○ Understand personal temperament ○ Increase personal competence ○ Understand personal talents ● Resource - How Do We… ○ Set goals as a team effectively ○ Operate as a team effectively ○ Understand team role types ● Highlights… ○ Team Developmental Stages ○ Team Decision Practices ○ Team Operations Practices ○ Team Roles Partnership Team Building - Spring 2020 Slide Updates jn: 20-feb-2020
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