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1 Foundations of Team Leadership

2 Open FTL Open FTL Team Charter Team Charter is a tool for building the team and for establishing clarity around elements critical to the team’s work. It makes explicit agreed upon the Key Elements: Team Composition Scope of the Task Sponsor’s expectations Roles and Responsibilities Team Success Indicators Team Operating Principles Behavioral Norms

3 The Chartering Process
A participative undertaking to ensure that that everyone is: Clear about the Purpose and Expected Results Participates in clarifying/ co–creating goals and committing to them Determines how team will work together to achieve Results Most Often Employed Launching of Teams New Initiative Getting Everyone on Same Page Transforming the Way We Work and Learn Together HRSLO Foundation of Team Leadership

4 Objectives/Purpose Support of Team Leaders In
Sharpening personal leading & team-building competencies Enhancing self-awareness & ability to understand others Developing better communications skills Enabling cultivation of team synergy Increasing interpersonal collaboration abilities Learning-to-Learn to improve Team results & performance Assembling Best Practice Tool Kit

5 Setting Learning Goals
K Tyran. WWU. 04 Research Shows: Setting Goals = 10 to 25% Improvement in Performance Transforming the Way We Work and Learn Together HRSLO Foundation of Team Leadership

6 Specific Measurable Actionable Realistic Time Bound
GOALS GOALS S M A R T GOALS Specific Measurable Actionable Realistic Time Bound

7 Operating Principles Safeguards
Trust, Respect, Diversity & Inclusion Value everyone’s uniqueness- Challenge ideas not individuals- First seek to understand-Leave no one behind Responsible for Learning Set Learning Goals- Slip In/Slip Out- Test techniques- Gather tools- Valuing of Learning Take risks- Try new things- Learn from mistakes- ENJOY Safe Learning No such thing as stupid questions- No judgments- Pass anytime Plenary Let People finish their thoughts -One voice at a time (Most times)-Be concise- Clarifying & paraphrasing always adds VALUE Responsible Public Record Flipcharts are cohort’s public record - Speak up (class or Offline) or ask for a poll when in doubt or disagree Deference to Group Monitor individual plenary time & how often- Mentor & coach each other Confidentiality If starts here - Stays here

8 Safe Learning Class Environment

9 Aspiration for Team Leaders Post FTL
Team Leader Enacting Safe Learning in Own Environment Clients Organization TEAM Safe Learning Environment

10 Roles and Responsibilities for Week
Learning Coaches Facilitating a Learning Context: Enabling Safe Learning Environment Managing Time and Trust Small Team Coaching Private Feedback by Appointment Fostering Cohort for the Week FTL Week Participants Responsible for Own Learning: Staying Open and Curious Enhancing Inner & Outer Awareness Setting Learning Goals Building a Tool Box Actively Peer Learning Cultivating Generosity of Spirit

11 Course Content Expectations

12 Charter Membership: Members of FTL Cohort
FTL Cohort Charter Operating Principles Safe Learning Environment- (Facilitator safeguards) Group Norms Participant Generated Behavior Norms ( How we will work and live the week together) Roles & Responsibilities: Facilitators: Facilitating a Learning Context-Safe Environment- Coach Participant: Be Responsible for own Learning -Engage in LAB- Gather Tool KIT-Support Cohort Charter Membership: Members of FTL Cohort Purpose - Achieve Course Goals & Achieve Individual Learning Goals: Learning Goals: Facilitators Re Outcomes of Week: That participants can capacity build once back in work context Participants RE Goals: Daily Learning Goals- Stretch goals for ourselves every day- Week’s Objectives: Walking away with great Tool KIT Clarifying Expectations: Participants RE Course Content: What is and what is not part of curriculum Facilitators RE Participants: OUTLOOK: Open to Learning—Positive –Curious --Generous--Supportive TASK: Open to learning through all types of vehicles & approaches

13 Team Charter Template A Team Charter is a Tool for Aligning Around Questions Important to the Team’s Purpose (WHY) Goals (WHAT) Nature and Organization of the Team’s Work (HOW) Purpose of Undertaking (WHY Engagement is to be Done)& Expectations (Clients and other Stakeholders) Goals, Scope &Timelines (Achievements & Milestones to be reached by when) Team Composition (Who is core- who is extended-?) Roles and Responsibilities (Who does what- when?) Team Success Indicators (E.G Monitoring outputs, outcomes & adjusting for results) Team Operating Principles (E.G Principles of Trust- Safe Learning- Collaboration- Common Vision- Shared Learning?) Team Interactions & Behavior Norms (E.G. How are decisions made- How we communicate virtually-How we support each other- How credit is shared/or not-) People and Task Processes (E.G How often we meet- Meeting practices we follow- How we do missions & write Aide Memoires –How we produce papers )

14 Team Charter Format (Bank Sample)
Sponsor’s Expectations and Constraints Scope of Task Team Composition Selection Gaps Strengths Importance to the Region Type of Team Purpose Page 1

15 Team Charter Format (Bank Sample)
Behavioral Norms Team Operating Principles Team Goals Responsibilities 1. 2. Team Member: Team Leader: Team Sponsor: Page 2

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