Feb 23, 2011


Team Building Strategic

  • Feb 23, 2011
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  • There are various kinds of team building strategies which can be employed to enhance relationships between members of a group, as well as improving the collective performance of the group. These can be divided into:

    - Individual strategies: this involves the development of individual skills and gaining familiarity with the shared process.

    - Relationship strategies: this involves creating a sense of common purpose and commitment and improving the unconscious dynamics within the group

    - Between Group Strategies: this involves tackling the barriers between different groups and organizational units

    - Cultural strategies: this focuses on creating a teamwork ethos within the organization.

    Shared Commitment:

    Regardless of the strategy chosen, it must be focused ultimately in establishing a shared commitment to common goals. Without this foundation for good team work, any kind of team building strategy will only have limited impact and influence. So before rushing a group into any kind of team building activity or looking at relationships within a team, it is important to first establish this foundation of shared commitment.

    Shared commitment can be encouraged by clarifying the team goals and identifying any issues which may inhibit the team from reaching these goals. Building ownership of these goals across the team is also vital, as well as putting team processes in place which have the correct sequence to help the team make progress along the “ladder of achievements”


    Can help eliminate these negative actions by fostering respect among employees. Teams should be created that give team member s the responsibility and power to solve problem, plan, and make decisions.

    Solving problem makes member feel like they are needed, while planning help member learn techniques to employment various solution. The power to make decisions help employee realize their importance to the company.

    This feeling is importance increases morale. It also improves attendance rate because this feeling of importance make the employee feel like the company really needs their presence. In order for teambuilding to work properly, the teams must be lead by someone with a facilitating nature.

    Facilitating leaders help team members feel empowered, think things through thoroughly, and utilize their individual talents. Team members with these skills will work well together and feel as though they are part of an important whole. People working together in a team also needed. Feeling needed promotes a sense of responsibility, and people who feel needed tend to have better attendance rates.

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