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  1. 1. Team DevelopmentGemini Skills Workshop
  2. 2. Agenda• Teams as key to our success• Team images and team structure• High performance groups• Team challenges• The challenge of the future No one can whistle a symphony. Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential -2- TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  3. 3. The Future Shape of Organizations Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential -3- TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  4. 4. Key Needs of Teams Common Constructive Goals Conflict Leadership Resolution Respect Interaction and for Involvement of Differences All Members What Teams Need Maintenance Mutual Trust of Individual Self-Esteem Attention to Open Process and Power within Group Communication Content to Make DecisionsSource: How to Lead Work Teams: Facilitation Skills, Fran Rees. Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential -4- TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  5. 5. Roles That Show Concern• Contributing• Clarifying• Supporting• Mediating Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential -5- TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  6. 6. Roles That Cause Frustration• Dominating• Blocking• Nit-picking• Joking• Withdrawing Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential -6- TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  7. 7. Criteria for an Effective Team• Shared mission and purpose• Shared vision• Aligned goals/strategies and work plans• Clear roles and expectations• Diverse membership• Authentic communication• Empowerment of members• Personal responsibility and commitment• Can-do spirit Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential -7- TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  8. 8. Stages in Team Development 7. Renewal 1. Orientation Why Why am I here? continue? Do I belong? Do I want to be here? 6. High performance 2. Trust building characterized by: Who are you? • Team survey What do you • High quality expect of me? output5. Implementation How will things be done? 3. Goal clarification Who does What, When, What are we doing? and Where? 4. Decision making How will decisions be made? Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential -8- TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  9. 9. The Stages of Team Development High TeamEffectiveness Low Stage 1 Stage 2: Stage 3: Stage 4: Stage 5: Forming Storming Norming Performing Adjourning Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential -9- TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  10. 10. Team Development Life Cycle • Forming • Storming • Norming • Performing • AdjourningSource: Tuckman and Jenson Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential - 10 - TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  11. 11. FormingPeople initially seek to find their place in a group in relation to others.Each person is trying to answer the question “How do I belong to thisgroup?’ Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential - 11 - TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  12. 12. Storming At this stage, the team has to decide how it is going to operate. It becomes necessary to sort out personal relationships of power, influence, and leadership. Although the team leader/manager has specific authority, team members are constantly evaluating his/her behavior. The team is trying to answer the questions: • Who leads the team? • How is leadership exercised?Source: Tuckman and Jenson Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential - 12 - TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  13. 13. Norming The team begins to tackle its work. Members develop their capacity to handle problems creatively, flexibly, and effectively. Typically, the quality of communication improves, and team members respect each others’ contributions. The focus is on economy of effort and task effectiveness— consistency is established and objectives are clarified.Source: Tuckman and Jenson Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential - 13 - TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  14. 14. Performing The members of a fully established team develop rapport and closeness. Each members’ role is clearly identified, and each person’s contribution is distinctive. Team members also build open links with those outside of the team. The team’s contribution to the organization is clear, and it can gather the support and resources it needs.Source: Tuckman and Jenson Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential - 14 - TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  15. 15. AdjourningThe adjourning stage is the wrap up stage for a team.This is the time where people feel a need for recognition and a senseof accomplishment. Teams must come to closure in a positive manner -including planning for what happens next. At this point, you as thefacilitator will only coach the team upon request and must start totransfer ownership. It is important to give feedback and share feelingsat this stage. Celebrate! Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential - 15 - TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  16. 16. A Few Lessons from GeeseFlock facts:• As each bird flaps its wings, it creates an uplift for the bird following. By flying in a V formation, the whole flock adds 71% greater flying range than if it flew alone• When the lead goose gets tired, it rotates back into the formation and another goose flies at the point position• The geese in formation honk from behind to encourage those up front to keep up their speed Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential - 16 - TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt
  17. 17. Three Key Learnings1.2.3. Gemini Consulting Limited • Proprietary and Confidential - 17 - TmDevTmDyn v3.ppt

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