Presentation on theme: "TEAM BUILDING!. The learner will be able to define team building by the end of this lesson The learner will be to list a minimum of 6 of the 12 C’s."— Presentation transcript:
The learner will be able to define team building by the end of this lesson The learner will be to list a minimum of 6 of the 12 C’s of team building without any assistance. OBJECTIVES
…is a process that develops cooperation and teamwork within a work unit …refers to a wide range of activities designed for improving team performance TEAM BUILDING
1. Clear expectations - Has the executive leadership clearly communicated its expectations for the teams performance and expected outcomes. Do the team members understand why the team was created? 2. Context - Do team members understand why they are participating on the team? 3. Competence - Does the team feel it has the appropriate people participating? Does the team feel that its members have knowledge, skills and capability to address the issues for which the team was formed?
4. Charter - Has the team taken it assigned area of responsibility and designed it own mission, vision and strategies to accomplish the mission? 5. Control - Does the team have enough freedom and empowerment to feel the ownership necessary to accomplish its charter? At the same time do team members clearly understand their boundaries. 6. Collaborations - Does the team understand team and group process? Do members understand the stages of group development
7. Communication - Are team members clear about the priority of their tasks. Is their and established method for the teams to give feedback and receive honest performance feedback 8. Creative innovation - Is the organizations really interested in change, does it value creative thinking, unique solutions and new ideas 9. Consequences- Do team members feel responsible and accountable for team achievements? Are rewards and recoginiton supplied when teams are successful?
10. Coordination - Are teams coordinated by a central leadership team that assists the groups to obtain what they need for success? 11. Cultural Change - Does the organization recognize that the team based, collaborative, empowering, enabling organizations culture of the future is different that the traditional, hierarchy organization it may currently be? 12. Commitment - Does the team members want to participate on the team? Does the team members feel the team mission important?
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