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Team Building. APAMSA Leadership Development Module . Team Building. Relations-Oriented Behaviors . Identify common interests and team values to unify team members Incorporate symbols, ceremonies, and rituals to develop social cohesiveness .

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Team building

Team Building

APAMSA Leadership Development Module


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Team Building

Relations-Oriented Behaviors

  • Identify common interests and team values to unify team members

  • Incorporate symbols, ceremonies, and rituals to develop social cohesiveness

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


Relations oriented behaviors
Relations-Oriented Behaviors

Leadership Challenge (23)

  • Team Building

    • Cohesiveness and cooperation are two common goals of team building

    • Describe your approach to Team Building and briefly explain how your methods increased team cohesiveness, mutual cooperation, and team identification


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Team Building

Guidelines For Team Building

  • Common interests and values

  • Ceremonies and rituals

  • Symbols

  • Social interaction

  • Publicize activities

  • Process analysis

  • Alignment sessions

  • Incentives for cooperation

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 71-72)


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Team Building

Common Interests & Values

  • Group identity is dependent upon shared goals and strategies to attain them

  • Appeal to team members for their cooperation by emphasizing mutual interests and values

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Ceremonies & Rituals

  • Make group identity special with ceremonies and rituals that emphasize team values

  • Initiation rituals for new members, and celebration rituals for departing members

  • Ceremonies can celebrate special achievements or anniversaries

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Symbols

  • Create a symbol for group identity

  • Symbols can be a team name, color, slogan, logo, insignia, or emblem

  • Display symbols on business letters, flyers, banners, clothing

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Social Interaction

  • Build cohesiveness among team members with pleasant social interaction

  • Host periodic social activities like dinners, lunches, picnics, barbeques

  • Go on team outings to sports events or concerts, go camping or hiking

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Publicize Activities

  • Tell people about group plans, activities, and achievements

  • Explain the importance of these plans, activities and achievements relative to team objectives

  • Communicate a sense of excitement, fun and zest in all that is being done

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Process Analysis

  • Hold frank discussion of interpersonal relationships and group interactions

  • Consider how people are communicating, working together, making decisions, and resolving conflicts

  • Discuss strengths in work relations and ways to improve any weak points

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Alignment Sessions

  • Negative stereotypes are common with diverse team members with varied opinions

  • Increase mutual understanding by holding alignment sessions

  • Sessions involve each member answering several personal career questions

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Alignment Sessions

  • Questions may ask about your values, concerns, and personal objectives

    • How do you want to be remembered?

    • What is most often misunderstood about you?

    • What type of work is most satisfying?

    • What type of work is most frustrating?

    • How would you like to change your role?

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Alignment Sessions

  • Each person will be given time to answer these questions to help others understand them and be appreciated

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Team Building

Incentives For Participation

  • Provide incentives for mutual cooperation

  • Incentives that reward group performance encourage cooperation

    • Whereas incentives that reward individual performance encourage competition

  • Offer rewards for high team performance to value team service

Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338)


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Relations-Oriented Behaviors

Summary

  • Team Building

    • Cohesiveness and cooperation are two common goals of team building

    • Identify common interests and team values to unify team members

    • Utilize the Guidelines for Team Building to increase cohesiveness, mutual cooperation, and team identification


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Relations-Oriented Behaviors

Next Topic…

  • Encouraging Participation

    • Our next module discusses guidelines for assessing the need for participation and encouraging others to participate


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Relations-Oriented Behaviors

Sources

  • G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338

  • Free Management Library

    • www.managementhelp.org/ldrship/ldrship.htm


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