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1 Staff Teamwork and Cooperation by Habeeb Quadri

2 “ The good Lord gave you a body that can stand most anything. It’s your mind you have to convince.” Vince Lombardi

3 Define Teamwork Sports Sports Sharing, cooperating, and helping others Sharing, cooperating, and helping others Any group that works together Any group that works together Two people paired up (marriage and partnership) Two people paired up (marriage and partnership)

4 Reason for a Team To support and build confidence in the members To support and build confidence in the members Promote involvement Promote involvement To win a competition To win a competition

5 The Experts Definition A team is a small number of people with complimentary skills who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable (John Katzenbach and Douglas Smith) A team is a small number of people with complimentary skills who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable (John Katzenbach and Douglas Smith)

6 Essential skills for the team Technical and functional expertise Technical and functional expertise Problem solving and decision- making skills Problem solving and decision- making skills Interpersonal skills Interpersonal skills

7 Vision of the team A common and meaningful purpose sets the tone A common and meaningful purpose sets the tone Specific performance goals are an integral part of the purpose Specific performance goals are an integral part of the purpose The combination is essential to the performance (measure the progress) The combination is essential to the performance (measure the progress) By staying rooted in our commitment, today’s vision becomes tomorrow’s reality By staying rooted in our commitment, today’s vision becomes tomorrow’s reality

8 Knowing yourself Attitude Attitude Silly goose Silly goose Multiple intelligences Multiple intelligences Be honest with yourself- Be honest with yourself- Ask yourself If someone wants to confront or advise me, I would prefer if they…. Ask yourself If someone wants to confront or advise me, I would prefer if they…. If I am mad, I prefer people to….. If I am mad, I prefer people to….. Things that annoy me are…… Things that annoy me are……

9 The way I would like to be thanked is by….. The way I would like to be thanked is by….. My hobbies are…… My hobbies are……

10 Define the roles Administration Administration Teacher Teacher Department heads Department heads Committee chairs (calendar, graduation, uniform committees etc.) Committee chairs (calendar, graduation, uniform committees etc.) After-school activities (arts and crafts, nasheed club, sports team, etc.) After-school activities (arts and crafts, nasheed club, sports team, etc.) Parents support group Parents support group

11 Custodian Custodian School board School board Community Community Media Media Building Manager Building Manager Islamic schools Islamic schools To be successful as a team it takes individual to work together. To be successful as a team it takes individual to work together.

12 Positive Reinforcement Small notes Small notes Parent newsletter Parent newsletter Morning assembly Morning assembly Staff meeting Staff meeting Individually Individually

13 Teacher notables Best committee Best committee Best team player Best team player Best lesson plans Best lesson plans Best personality Best personality Best discipline Best discipline Cleanest room Cleanest room Best cross-curricular activity Best cross-curricular activity Etc. - Etc. -

14 Personality Traits Self Confident. Self Confident. Stress Tolerant. Stress Tolerant. Emotionally Mature. Emotionally Mature. Integrity. Integrity.

15 Self Confident Ask yourself: Ask yourself: “Are you a person who is likely to set high goals for yourself and your followers?” “Are you a person who is likely to set high goals for yourself and your followers?” “Are you able to attempt difficult tasks?” “Are you able to attempt difficult tasks?” “Are you able to be persistent in the face of problem and defeat?” “Are you able to be persistent in the face of problem and defeat?”

16 Stress Tolerant Ask Yourself: Ask Yourself: “Do you have the personality to make good decisions, to stay calm, and to provide decisive direction to subordinates in difficult situations?” “Do you have the personality to make good decisions, to stay calm, and to provide decisive direction to subordinates in difficult situations?”

17 Emotionally Mature Ask Yourself: Ask Yourself: “Are you a person that who tends to have accurate awareness of your strengths and weaknesses?” “Are you a person that who tends to have accurate awareness of your strengths and weaknesses?” “Are you a person who would be oriented toward self-improvement and would not deny your shortcomings or fantasize about success?” “Are you a person who would be oriented toward self-improvement and would not deny your shortcomings or fantasize about success?” “Can you maintain cooperative relationships with subordinates, peers and supervisors?” “Can you maintain cooperative relationships with subordinates, peers and supervisors?”

18 Integrity Ask yourself Ask yourself “Are you a person who is consistent with their stated values and are honest, ethical, responsible, and trustworthy?” “Are you a person who is consistent with their stated values and are honest, ethical, responsible, and trustworthy?”

19 Motivational Traits 3 types of motivational traits: 3 types of motivational traits: Task and interpersonal needs Task and interpersonal needs Power and achievement Power and achievement High expectations High expectations

20 Task and Interpersonal needs Task and Interpersonal needs “Are you a person that is motivated and characterized by their drive for the task and their concerns for people?” “Are you a person that is motivated and characterized by their drive for the task and their concerns for people?” Power and achievement Power and achievement “Are you an individual who seeks position of authority, who likes to exercise power over others and to achieve?” “Are you an individual who seeks position of authority, who likes to exercise power over others and to achieve?” High expectations High expectations “Are you a person who beliefs that they can do the job and will receive valued outcomes for their effort?” “Are you a person who beliefs that they can do the job and will receive valued outcomes for their effort?”

21 Skills Four types of skills Four types of skills Technical skills Technical skills Interpersonal skills Interpersonal skills Conceptual skills Conceptual skills Administrative skills Administrative skills

22 Technical skills- “Are you a person who uses specialized knowledge, procedures, and techniques to accomplish?” Technical skills- “Are you a person who uses specialized knowledge, procedures, and techniques to accomplish?” Interpersonal skills- “Are you a person who has the ability to understand feelings and attitudes of others and to establish cooperative work relationship?” Interpersonal skills- “Are you a person who has the ability to understand feelings and attitudes of others and to establish cooperative work relationship?” Conceptual skills- “Are you person who develops and uses ideas and concepts to solve complex problems?” Conceptual skills- “Are you person who develops and uses ideas and concepts to solve complex problems?” Administrative skills- “Are you a person who combines technical, interpersonal, and conceptual skills to help perform managerial functions?”**** (this should be the goal) Administrative skills- “Are you a person who combines technical, interpersonal, and conceptual skills to help perform managerial functions?”**** (this should be the goal)

23 What teammates do Teammates inconvenience themselves to help each other Teammates inconvenience themselves to help each other Teammates demonstrate patience and concern for each other Teammates demonstrate patience and concern for each other Teammates consider love and caring an act of will – they choose to do it Teammates consider love and caring an act of will – they choose to do it Teammates enjoy each others successes and avoid envy and jealously Teammates enjoy each others successes and avoid envy and jealously

24 Teammates show compassion for each other. They can identify with the pain of others, and they’re compelled to help relieve it. Teammates show compassion for each other. They can identify with the pain of others, and they’re compelled to help relieve it. Teammates forgive each other. They believe others will respond to forgiveness with a deep sense of appreciation and a desire to act responsibly. Teammates forgive each other. They believe others will respond to forgiveness with a deep sense of appreciation and a desire to act responsibly.

25 Remember Together Together Everyone Everyone Accomplishes Accomplishes More More With With Organization Organization Responsibility, and Responsibility, and Knowledge Knowledge

26 Stress Management If you do not take of yourself it will cause: If you do not take of yourself it will cause: Physical sickness Physical sickness Mental sickness Mental sickness Hinder productivity Hinder productivity Hinder communication with others Hinder communication with others Successful principals recognize when they are stress and learn to manage it. Successful principals recognize when they are stress and learn to manage it.

27 Ways to deal with stress Take a daily break minutes Take a daily break minutes Exercise-3 to 5 times a week Exercise-3 to 5 times a week Eat sensibly-avoid caffeine and avoid fatty foods Eat sensibly-avoid caffeine and avoid fatty foods Don’t hide your sense of humor Don’t hide your sense of humor Recognize what you can and cannot control Recognize what you can and cannot control Avoid gossip and rumors Avoid gossip and rumors Praise achievement Praise achievement Set annual goals Set annual goals Delegate task Delegate task


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