Submitted by Mohammad-Al-sayyed on Wed, 03/07/2018 - 10:17
Team Building starts with establishing your leadership role as a leader with each team member individually. After which, efforts can be directed to bringing the team together through the different stages and phases of team building.
The main pillars of an effective functional team are:
Clear Purpose and Objectives to all members
Clear Team Roles
Clear systems and processes
Positive inter-team relations (with other work teams)
Positive intra-team relations (within the members of the work team itself)
The more effort leaders designate to maintain the above five pillars steady and firm, the more effective and functional their teams will be.
The Importance of Employees Relationships:
Each member of the team produces individual limited results but when the team links efforts and builds relations the results multiply, and the work is done most efficiently because goals are achieved jointly and cooperatively.
Improving Team Relationships can be achieved by encouraging sharing experiences and boosting transparency among the members. This directly builds trust, communication, and team spirit.
The natural result of building your team is effective high performing teams that drive the growth of any organization.
If you want to attempt Team Building, consider the following concepts:
·Identifying Your Team’s Needs.
·Making Team Building Part of Your Culture.
·Using Team Building Exercises.
When it comes to motivation, being motivated not only boosts our morale to achieve more and be go getters at work but it is also a key life skill. Being motivated helps us achieve our personal goals, to feel more fulfilled as people, and generally improve the quality of our lives.
Team building activities that push you to rely on all the team’s collective intelligence whether to find missing keys, unlock riddles, solve puzzles, or overcome challenges are directly related to spurring motivation that can rub off at work and in our personal lives and build our momentum to keep on keeping on.
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