Leadership and Team building. Dr. Kithsiri Edirisinghe MBBS , MSc , MD (Medical Administration) Master trainer (Australia) TAFE (Australia) Cert. IVLP (USA). 1. Leadership. Leadership. What is leadership?. Leading people. Influencing people. Commanding people. Guiding people.
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Dr. Kithsiri Edirisinghe
MBBS , MSc, MD (Medical Administration)
Master trainer (Australia)
Cert. IVLP (USA)
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High relationship/ low task
Able but unwilling
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High Task/Low relationship
Closely superviseLeadership Styles
A Module of Purdue University’s LeadingEdge Program
Collaboration Through Team Building
Collaboration Through Team Building
Complete the Self-Awareness Assessment.
Stage One - Forming
Period in which members are often guarded in their interactions because they’re not sure what to expect from other team members.
This is also the period in which members form opinions of their teammates.
During this stage, productivity is low.
Stage two - Storming
Characterized by competition and strained relationships among team members. There are various degrees of conflict dealing with issues of power, leadership and decision- making.
This is the most critical stage for the team.
Stage three -Norming
Characterized by cohesiveness among members. In this phase, members realize their commonalities and learn to appreciate their differences.
Functional relationships are developed resulting in the evolution of trust among members.
Stage four -Performing
The team now possesses the capability to define tasks, work through relationships, and manage team conflicts by themselves.
Communication is open and supportive. Members interact with without fear of rejection.
Leadership is participative and shared. Different viewpoints and information is shared openly.
Conflict is now viewed as a catalyst that generates creativity in the problem-solving process.
Any change in the composition of the team or its
leadership will return the team to the forming stage.
The most effective teams arrive at decisions through consensus by following a rational process that includes:
In addition to the problem solving process, teams must also
engage in interpersonal interaction.
Decisions are made and objectives are achieved not only
by effectively following the problem solving process, but
also to the extent that team members share information in
an open, candid, honest, and trustful manner.
“Hurricane Disaster” - problem solving and team building exercise.
Problem Solving Process
“Hurricane Disaster” Activity - Five essential strategies:
1. Issue an evacuation order and ensure it is communicated
throughout the entire community using all available resources.
2. Order that all designated emergency shelters be opened and
3. Instruct all public safety units to aid in an orderly evacuation
and in assisting those who cannot be evacuated to be transported
to the designated emergency shelters.
“Hurricane Disaster Activity” - Five essential strategies:
4. Arrange for controlled access to evacuated areas and prepare
to prevent looting.
5. Plan for the return of the evacuees after the hurricane danger
is over: including shelter and relocation, damage assessment,
and recovery operations.
Quality and Acceptance