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It is important to maintain proper group dynamics within an organization. Here are some effective team building techniques that could be used

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Team Building

Training Topics:

  • Requirements and features of a team

  • Bruce Tuckman’s model of team development

  • Understanding team dynamics –Johari Window

  • Giving and receiving feedback

  • Managing a team

  • The Role of the Leader

  • The importance of giving and receiving regular feedback


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Team Building

MMM Training Solutions

Contact: Pramila Mathew

Mobile: +91 98409 88449

Website: www.mmmts.com

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TEAM BUILDING

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Team Definition

“A small number of people with

complementary skills who are committed to a

common purpose, performance goals, and

approach for which they hold themselves

mutually accountable.”

– [Katzenbach and Smith, 1994]

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Team Building Stages

Forming

Storming

Norming

Performing

Adjourning

Copyright Tuckman, Bruce. (1965). Developmental sequence in small groups. Psychological bulletin, 63, 384-399.

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Team Members

  • Feel moderately eager with high, positive expectations about what the team will accomplish

  • Feel concerned about how they will fit in and what will be expected of them

  • Are dependent on authority to provide direction

Task Accomplishment

  • Low to moderate

  • Focus on defining goals, tasks, and strategies

Leader Action Strategies:

  • Establish realistic goals

  • Set standards for team interaction

  • Clarify team tasks and team member roles and relationships

  • Demonstrate and teach skills

  • Monitor and give feedback on team performance

  • Make decisions and provide directions

  • ‘Directing’ style of leadership

Forming

Storming

Norming

Performing

Adjourning

Forming Stage – ‘Directing’ Leader

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Barriers to Team Building

  • Credibility of the project leader

  • Unclear project objectives

  • Changing goals and priorities

  • Lack of team definition and structure

  • Confusion about roles and responsibilities

  • Performance appraisals that fail to recognize teamwork

  • Excessive team size (Optimum size 7 – 25)

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Virtual Teams - Definition

  • Reasons for forming virtual teams:

    • Global organizations

    • Organization-wide projects

    • Home offices

    • 24-hr work on projects

Teams of people who primarily

interact electronically and who may

meet face-to-face occasionally

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Handling Team Dynamics– Johari Window Model

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Johari Window

  • The Johari Window model was developed by American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in the 1950's, while researching group dynamics.

  • Today the Johari Window model is especially relevant due to modern emphasis on, and influence of, 'soft' skills - behaviour, empathy, cooperation, inter-group development and interpersonal development.

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This is the standard representation of the Johari Window model, showing each quadrant to be of the same size.

1

Blind area

2

Open/Free

area

Hidden area

Unknown

area

3

4


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Structure of Feedback

  • Feedback should be structured in 3 parts:

    • What worked?

    • What did not work or got stuck?

    • What should be done differently?

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MANAGING THE TEAM

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Managing the Team

  • Selection

    - Analyzing Team roles

    - Forming the Team

    - Establishing Team goals

    - Matching Team to Task

  • Bonding

    - Establishing Team Trust

  • Development

    - Balancing Skills within the Team

    - Ways to formulate Goals

    - Maximizing Team Performance

    - Improving Team Efficiency

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Managing the Team

  • Optimizing Performance

    - Maximizing Performance

    - Team Dynamics

    - Four Stages of Team Development

    - Managing Tactics

    - Resolving Conflicts

  • Assessment

    - Project or Goal Check

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Contact Information

MMM TRAINING SOLUTIONS

59/29, College Road,

Nungambakkam, Chennai – 600006.

Landline: +91-44-42317735

Website: www.mmmts.com

Pramila Mathew-Training Consultant and Executive Coach

Mobile: +91-9840988449; E-mail: [email protected]

Vikas Vinayachandran-Training Consultant

Mobile: +91-9840932894; E-mail: [email protected]


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