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    1 : Teamwork CFIRE June 25-27, 2008 “Empowering and Strengthening the Mind for Excellence” By Victor Coleman
    2 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 2 Objective Define Teamwork Discuss Ten Ways to Distinguish between a Group and a Team Discuss Twelve “Cs” to building effective Work Teams Questions
    3 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 3 Teamwork 2 Corinthians 9:3 (MSG) Now I'm sending the brothers to make sure you're ready, as I said you would be, so my bragging won't turn out to be just so much hot air. …… I've recruited these brothers as an advance team to get you and your promised offering all ready … I want you to have all the time you need to make this offering in your own way. I don't want anything forced or hurried at the last minute. Vince Lombardi (1913-1970), football coach for the NFL People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society."
    4 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 4 Teamwork The concept of people working together cooperatively as a team in order to accomplish the same goals/objectives. A “Cooperative or coordinated effort on the part of a group (sociology) of persons acting together as a team or in the interests of a common cause, unison for a higher cause, people working together for a selfless purpose, and so on." Applied to workplaces - teamwork is a method that aligns employee mindsets in a cooperative and usually selfless manner, towards a specific business purpose. (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Vince Lombardi (1913-1970), football coach for the NFL People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society."
    5 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 5 Team vs Group Understandings.  In a group, members think they are grouped together for administrative purposes only.  Individuals sometimes cross purpose with others.  In a team, members recognise their independence and understand both personal and team goals are best accomplished with mutual support.  Ownership.  In a group, members tend to focus on themselves because they are not sufficiently involved in planning the unit's objectives. They approach their job simply as a hired hand. "Castle Building" is common.  In a team, members feel a sense of ownership for their jobs and unit, because they are committed to values-based common goals that they helped establish. Robert Yates It is amazing what can be accomplished when nobody cares about who gets the credit.
    6 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 6 Team vs Group (con’t) Conflict Resolution.   In a group, members find themselves in conflict situations they do not know how to resolve.  Their supervisor/leader may put off intervention until serious damage is done, i.e. a crisis situation.  In a team, members realise conflict is a normal aspect of human interaction but they view such situations as an opportunity for new ideas and creativity. They work to resolve conflict quickly and constructively. Participative Decision Making.   In a group, members may or may not participate in decisions affecting the team.  Conformity often appears more important than positive results.  Win/lose situations are common.   In a team, members participate in decisions affecting the team but understand their leader must make a final ruling whenever the team cannot decide, or an emergency exists.  Positive win/win results are the goal at all times. Teamwork: Simply stated, it is less me and more we.
    7 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 7 Team vs Group (con’t) Clear Leadership.   In a group, members tend to work in an unstructured environment with undetermined standards of performance.  Leaders do not walk the talk and tend to lead from behind a desk.  In a team, members work in a structured environment, they know what boundaries exist and who has final authority.  The leader sets agreed high standards of performance and he/she is respected via active, willing participation. Creativity and Contribution.   In a group, members are told what to do rather than being asked what the best approach would be.  Suggestions and creativity are not encouraged.  In a team, members contribute to the organisation's success by applying their unique talents, knowledge and creativity to team objectives.
    8 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 8 Team vs Group (con’t) Trust.   In a group, members distrust the motives of colleagues because they do not understand the role of other members. Expressions of opinion or disagreement are considered divisive or non-supportive.  In a team, members work in a climate of trust and are encouraged to openly express ideas, opinions, disagreements and feelings. Questions are welcomed. Common Understandings.   In a group, members are so cautious about what they say, that real understanding is not possible. Game playing may occur and communication traps be set to catch the unwary.  In a team, members practice open and honest communication.  They make an effort to understand each other's point of view. Unknown Teamwork is working together — even when apart.
    9 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 9 Team vs Group (con’t) Personal Development.   In a group, members receive good training but are limited in applying it to the job by the manager or other group members.  In a team, members are encouraged to continually develop skills and apply what they learn on the job.  They perceive they have the support of the team. Commitment.   In a group, members are uncommitted towards excellence and personal pride.  Performance levels tend to be mediocre. Turnover is high because talented individuals quickly recognise that: (a) personal expectations are not being fulfilled (b) they are not learning and growing from others and (c) they are not working with the best people. In a team, only those committed to excellence are hired.  Prospective team members are queuing at the door to be recruited on the basis of their high levels of hard and soft skill sets.  Everyone works together in a harmonious environment.
    10 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 10 Twelve Cs for Team Building Executives, managers and organization staff members universally explore ways to improve business results and profitability. Many view team-based, horizontal, organization structures as the best design for involving all employees in creating business success. No matter what you call your team-based improvement effort: continuous improvement, total quality, lean manufacturing or self-directed work teams, you are striving to improve results for customers. Few organizations, however, are totally pleased with the results their team improvement efforts produce. Successful team building, that creates effective, focused work teams, requires attention to each of the twelve ‘Cs’. Benjamin Franklin We must all hang together, or assuredly, we shall all hang separately.
    11 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 11 Clear Expectations: Has executive leadership clearly communicated its expectations for the team’s performance and expected outcomes? Do team members understand why the team was created? Context: Do team members understand why they are participating on the team? Do they understand how the strategy of using teams will help the organization attain its communicated business goals? Commitment: Do team members want to participate on the team? Do team members feel the team mission is important? Are members committed to accomplishing the team mission and expected outcomes? Competence: Does the team feel that it has the appropriate people participating? Does the team feel that its members have the knowledge, skill and capability to address the issues for which the team was formed? Twelve Cs for Team Building – con’t
    12 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 12 Communication: Are team members clear about the priority of their tasks? Charter: Has the team taken its assigned area of responsibility and designed its own mission, vision and strategies to accomplish the mission. 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? Collaboration: Does the team understand team and group process? Do members understand the stages of group development? Twelve Cs for Team Building – con’t
    13 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 13 Creative Innovation: Is the organization really interested in change? Does it value creative thinking, unique solutions, and new ideas? Consequences: Do team members feel responsible and accountable for team achievements? Are rewards and recognition supplied when teams are successful? Is reasonable risk respected and encouraged in the organization? Coordination: Are teams coordinated by a central leadership team that assists the groups to obtain what they need for success? Have priorities and resource allocation been planned across departments? Cultural Change: Does the organization recognize that the team-based, collaborative, empowering, enabling organizational culture of the future is different than the traditional, hierarchical organization it may currently be? Twelve Cs for Team Building – con’t Unknown Teamwork doesn't tolerate the inconvenience of distance.
    14 : 6/25/2008 Team Work - Share Your Knowledge 14 Questions ‘Together Each Achieve More’ 2 Corinthians 6:4 New Living Translation (NLT) [ The Temple of the Living God ] Don’t team up with those who are unbelievers. How can righteousness be a partner with wickedness? How can light live with darkness? Vince Lombardi (1913-1970), football coach for the NFL People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society.".

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