TEAM BUILDING

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A simple presentation regarding team building to enhance the capability and close relationship of a team..

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GOAL TO DEEPEN TEAMWORK TO BOOST MORALE TO PROMOTE CAMARADERIE

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ELEMENTS OF A TEAM SYSYTEM A SMALL GROUP A LEADER A KNOWLEDGE OF THE TEAM’S GOAL REGULAR INTERACTION AMONG TEAM MEMBERS RESPONSIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MEMBERS TEAM SPIRIT CONSCIOUS COORDINATION AMONG MEMBERS

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5 ELEMENTS TO MAKE AN EFFECTIVE TEAM MUTUAL TRUST MUTUAL SUPPORT GENUINE COMMUNICATION ACCEPTANCE OF CONFLICTS AS NORMAL MUTUAL RESPECT FOR INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

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WHAT MAKE UP TEAM SPIRIT MUTUAL WARMTH AND SUPPORT AMONG MEMBERS OF THE TEAM TRUST AND RESPECT FOR EACH OTHER FEELING OF PERSONAL LOYALTY OF EACH MEMBER TO HIS TEAM OR ORGANIZATION

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WHAT AN EFFECTIVE TEAM SHOULD HAVE An EFFECTIVE TEAM should have clear, cooperative goals to which every member is committed; accurate and effective communication of ideas and feelings; distributed participation and leadership; appropriate and effective decision-making procedures; productive controversies; a high level trust, acceptance and support among members; a high level of cohesion; constructive management of power and conflict; and adequate problem-solving procedures.

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TEAM EFFECTIVENESS CRITERIA Goals and objectives are understood and agreed. Conflict is dealt with constructively. Members share the leadership role. People’s abilities are used. Communication is open and participatory, and members know what is going on.

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TEAM EFFECTIVENESS CRITERIA Members support the team’s controls and procedures. They have well-established problem-solving and decision-making approaches. Experimentation and creativity are encouraged. They evaluate their functions and processes regularly. Members understand their roles, responsibilities, and authority limitations.

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ATTRIBUTES OF A PRODUCTIVE TEAM Common agreement on high expectations for the team. A commitment to common goals. Assumed responsibility for work that must be done. Honest and open communication. Common access to information. A climate of trust. A general feeling that one can influence what happens. Support for decisions that are made. A win-win approach to conflict management. A focus on process as well as results.

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PROBLEMS THAT AFFECT TEAM PERFORMANCE Team Infighting Counterproductive Cliques Declining Team Morale Communication Breakdowns Lack of Creativity of Motivation Inadequate Job Performance Conflicts with Upper Management Frequent Missed Deadlines Insubordination Problems with Technology or Support Systems Interdepartmental Finger-Pointing Substance Abuse Personal Problems Privacy or Security Breaches Credit Hogging Staff Raiding Sexual Harassment Messy Office Politics

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BLOCKS TO TEAMWORK SILENCE SHYNESS DOUBT LACK OF CONFIDENCE FEAR OF REJECTION INDIFFERENCE INFERIORITY COMPLEX SUPERIORITY COMPLEX ANXIETIES MENTAL BLOCKS FEARS DISHONESTY FEAR OF CRITICISM DISCRIMINATION SENSITIVENESS COMMUNICATION DIFFICULTIES PRE-SET IDEAS

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RULES FOR UNDERSTANDING TEAMMATES BE TOLERANT OF YOUR TEAMMATES. AVOID EXPECTING THEM TO BE PERFECT. BE SURE YOU WANT TO UNDERSTAND THEM. LOOK FOR THE GOOD IN THEM. LEARN TO LOVE THE UNLOVABLE. HATE THE SIN, NOT THE PERSON.

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COMMON BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS Behavior Problem 4 : Behavior Problem 5 : The Deadweight The Grabber The Backstabber The Intimidator The Power Monger The Joker The Know-It-All The Complainer KEEP IN MIND: React to the behavior, not the person.

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10 COMMANDMENTS FOR MAINTAINING GOOD INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS Be friendly and cheerful. Speak less than you listen. Maintain a calm manner, remembering that the way you say something may be more significant than what you say. Keep an open mind and avoid defensiveness. Maintain a balance between constructive criticism and praise.

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10 COMMANDMENTS FOR MAINTAINING GOOD INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS Remember that it is amazing what you can get done when you give credit where (and when) it is due. Keep others informed in a positive way. Avoid gossip, negative comments about others, and the spreading of rumors. Be sensitive and considerate about the limitations, failing, and anxieties of others. Hold others in high esteem.

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FILIPINO VALUES Bilib sa Sarili Crab Mentality Ningas Cogon Bahala na Attitude Bukas na Lang Lamangan Pakiusap System Padrino/Palakasan System (sipsip) Bata-bata System Regionalistic Ilista sa Tubig Kanya-kanya System Negative Filipino Values - - - - - - - - - - - too much belief in one’s capacity does not like others to improve; “damay” starts a project without finishing “I-don’t-care” attitude “mañana” habit negative directed competition lakad system having a “side-kick”/favorite “by province” attitude to forget intentionally “to each his own business”

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WORK VALUES COURTESY HONESTY INTEGRITY POSITIVE ATTITUDE WORKMANSHIP COMPETENCE TEAMWORK EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION EMPATHY PUNCTUALITY RESPONSIBILITY PERSEVERANCE LOYALTY HONOR FAIRNESS CLEANLINESS ORDERLINESS FLEXIBILITY SELF-CONFIDENCE SELF-DISCIPLINE SELF-WORTH PERSONAL GROWTH PRODUCTIVITY ACHIEVEMENT SINCERITY PROFESSIONALISM COMMITMENT PERSONALIZED SERVICE DEDICATION TO WORK SUPPORT FOR MANAGEMENT OBEDIENCE TO POLICIES RESPECT FOR SUPERVISORS, PEERS, OTHERS COOPERATION/PEER SUPPORT LOVE FOR COUNTRY PARTNERSHIP WITH GOD

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ATTITUDE AND THE WORK ENVIRONMENT Your positive attitude is not only priceless to you – it is also greatly valued by others! You are not just your behavior. You are the person managing your behavior.

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Dealing positively with other people depends on two aspects of personality: ASSERTIVENESS RECEPTIVENESS

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Think before you speak. Communicate often, informally. Be enthusiastic. Follow up, to reinforce message. Use feedback to help understanding. Never forget to empathize. TIPS ON IMPROVING COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATE COMMUNICATE COMMUNICATE

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GETTING DIFFICULT CO-WORKERS ON YOUR SIDE Don’t take it personally. Remain calm. Listen carefully. STEP THREE : Focus on the problem, not the person. Reward yourself for turning a difficult co-worker into a happy one. STEP ONE : STEP TWO : STEP FOUR :

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STEPS IN HANDLING COMPLAINTS Listen carefully to the complaint. Repeat the complaint back to the person complaining to ensure you heard the complaint correctly. Apologize. Acknowledge the person’s feeling (anger, frustration, disappointment, etc.). Explain the action you will take to correct the problem. Thank the one complaining for bringing the problem to your attention.

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AN EFFECTIVE TEAM LEADER’S MUSTS Ensure that everyone on the team is working towards agreed, shared objectives. Criticize constructively and make sure that you praise good work as well as find fault. Monitor the team members’ activities continuously by obtaining effective feedback. Constantly encourage and organize the generation of new ideas within the team.

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AN EFFECTIVE TEAM LEADER’S MUSTS Develop the individual and collective skills of the team members. Always insist on the highest standards of execution from team members. Develop the individual and collective skills of the team, and seek to strengthen them by training and recruitment.

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A LITTLE STORY This is a story about four people named EVERYBODY, SOMEBODY, ANYBODY and NOBODY. There was an important job to be done and EVERYBODY was sure that SOMEBODY would do it. ANYBODY could have done done it, but NOBODY did it. SOMEBODY got angry about that because it was EVERYBODY’s job. EVERYBODY thought ANYBODY could do it, but NOBODY realized that EVERYBODY wouldn’t do it. It ended up that EVERYBODY blamed SOMEBODY when NOBODY did what ANYBODY could have done. -Anonymous-

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LESSONS FROM THE GEESE People who share a common direction and sense of community can get where they are going quicker and easier because they are travelling on the thrust of one another. LESSON : If we have as much sense as a goose, we will stay in formation with those who are headed where we want to go. LESSON : It pays to take turns doing the hard tasks and sharing leadership with people, as with geese, interdependent with one another. LESSON :

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LESSONS FROM THE GEESE We need to make sure our honking from behind is encouraging, not something less helpful. LESSON : If we have have much sense as the geese, we’ll stand by one another. LESSON : -Anonymous-

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We are only one team. But still, we are one. We cannot do everything. But still, we can do something. And because we cannot do everything, we will not refuse to do the something that we can do.

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