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by Laurus Nobilis
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Human Resources

Team Work (I)

Team Work

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is the base of effective team work? What makes the team to be successful?

 

Posted: Jan 2012


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Team work is the skill that is part of Ability to create alliances group of basic skills. Team Work is the ability to create relation with other employees in order to perform the group activity. Team work is important for every position and functions. 

 

Definition

Works effectively with other team members and maintains constructive alliances in order to achieve organisational goals.

 

Key Behavioural Indicators

  • Respects skill and background differences in team members

  • Effectively communicates objectives considering the point of view of others

  • Role models desired team behaviour

  • Encourages all team members to contribute

  • Focuses team on the overall purpose

 

Tips for Development

  • Ensure all team members are clear on the team’s vision, mission, goals, values and expectations

  • Listen effectively to colleagues by paying attention, paraphrasing, showing empathy, asking open-ended questions and offering ideas to help others succeed

  • Hold regular team meetings

  • Plan meetings to provide everyone with information and motivation

  • Keep the team well-informed about news of the organisation by whatever is the appropriate means for communication

  • Be open to feedback from team members

  • Agree accountabilities (who is responsible, for what, by when)

  • Establish what are the barriers to team success and agree strategies for overcoming them

  • Find ways to overcome any interpersonal issues

  • Agree team targetsTeam Work for Successful Organization

  • Reward and publicly recognise team success

  • Celebrate team success

  • Ensure all team members are involved in team processes

  • Show sincere interest in helping others accomplish their goals and achieve success.  Find out what’s important to them, and do things they value to build your relationships

  • Team work is the skill that is part of Ability to create alliances group of basic skills. Team Work is the ability to create relation with other employees in order to perform the group activity. Team work is important for every position and functions. 



    Provide praise and show appreciation to others for effective performance, significant achievements, and special contribution.

  • Help people identify with the achievements of the organisation, the department and the team.

  • Share learning with others in the department and encourage others to do so.

  • Ask people for their input on your plans and proposals before the proposals are in final form.  People generally feel more comfortable offering suggestions about a plan that is tentative.

  • Give colleagues the benefit of the doubt

  • Value colleague’s contribution and achievements

  • Target energy on success opportunities

  • Foster task linkage with others

  • Support and encourage creativity in colleagues

  • Avoid the negative  -challenge yourself and team members to maintain a work environment where people are glad to participate

  • Be sensitive to others’ feelings.  Show respect and always preserve others’ self-esteem.  Avoid personal attacks and defensiveness.  Encourage constructive disagreement and sharing of ideas that are different from your own.

  • Recognise the value of and respect differences in race, culture, background and experience.  Be aware of your biases and stereotypes to avoid communicating them.

  • Take time to learn about different cultures and countries to avoid offending.

 

 

 

 

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