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Building Trust

  1. 1. Building TrustApril 5, 2013Please find a seat with your team(look for your team flag). If you don’tknow your team, talk to Jen.
  2. 2. IHMS Mission & VisionStatementsOur Mission: To provide for the academic success of every studentOur Vision: To ensure that every student learns
  3. 3. Teaming Meeting Norms This is a safe place for teaming; all ideas are worth consideration Please be respectful to those around you; avoid sidebar conversations. Use technology to enhance learning  online shopping = inappropriate  Taking notes = appropriate  Cell phones silenced = very appropriate Your participation is needed; please engage in teaming and put away classroom work Everything we do here should reflect our commitment to providing for the academic success of every student.
  4. 4. The Five Functions of a Successful TeamBuilding… Trust The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
  5. 5. Team-Work (aka Homework for Teams)o What was your team goal from our last meeting?o Did your team complete your goal? o If so, GREAT! What did you learn from it? o If not, why not? What can you do to have it completed by the end of the day? Trust
  6. 6. Team RolesPlease take a 2-3 minutes to revieweach person’s role on your team.There is a form to fill out if you wouldlike to have a written copy.
  7. 7. Getting to Know Your Teammates Hometown Number of kids in family Interesting childhood hobbies Biggest challenge growing up First job Remember, we want to hear about your life as a child, but we’re not interested in your “inner child”.
  8. 8. The Five Functions of a Successful TeamBuilding… Trust The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
  9. 9. Demonstrate VulnerabilityPlease spend 5 minutes deciding whatyou believe is your single biggeststrength and weakness in terms ofcontribution to your team’s success orfailure.
  10. 10. Members of teams with anabsence of trust… Conceal their weakness and mistakes from one another Hesitate to ask for help or provide constructive feedback Hesitate to offer help outside their own areas of responsibility Jump to conclusions about the intentions and aptitudes of others without attempting to clarify them Fail to recognize and tap into one another’s skills and experiences Waste time and energy managing their behaviors for effect Hold grudges Dread meetings and find reasons to avoid spending time together The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
  11. 11. Members of trusting teams… Admit weakness and mistakes Ask for help Accept questions and input about their areas of responsibility Give one another the benefit of the doubt before arriving at a negative conclusion Take risks in offering feedback and assistance Appreciate and tap into one another’s skills and experiences Focus time and energy on important issues, not politics Offer and accept apologies without hesitation Look forward to meetings and other opportunities to work as a group The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
  12. 12. Something Fluffy!!! http://youtu.be/wuo13FrNX6g
  13. 13. Avoid Office Politics and GossipWith your team, read When Nice Won’t Suffice.Afterwards, discuss the following questions. How do we avoid the “culture of nice” in our inter disciplinary teams? Our department teams? Our school? What are your team member’s policies regarding late work, absent work, ZAP work? What’s similar? What differences exist? Should they be the same for the entire team? Does it matter?
  14. 14. Team-Work(aka Homework for Teams)Create a list of NORMs foryour team meetings for nextyear. What needs to occur Resultsto have a good meeting? AccountabilityWhat needs to be avoided? CommitmentMake sure that every teammember has access to a Conflictcopy of your NORMs. Trust

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