HR - Proposal (Team Building)
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- 1. Training for Team Building Proposal taught by: Raul Aguirre, Jessie Brown, Kristine Cristobal, Raenel Lazatin, and Victoria Rocha
- 2. What is Team Building?
- 3. Ice Breaking Awesomeness!! Connecting Stories Option 1: I have both a Facebook and LinkedIn account. Option 2: I have a career in HR and I love it! Option 3: My favorite NBA team is the Golden State Warriors!
- 4. Telling Aint Training Hear it (5%) Buy this book > See it (10-20%%) Question it (25%-?) Discuss it with peers (50%) Do it! (75%) Thats You! Teach Others (90%) Thats us, and its for you, too!
- 5. Resources (Tools) Hear it See it Question it Discuss it with Peers
- 6. DO IT!! Austin 3:16 says, I did it, and so can you, and you, now give me a hell yeah, you can too! Disclaimer - -Stone Cold did not say these words but he should have, one thing he did say was, Hell Yeah!
- 7. In the words of the millennials...
- 8. Who Are We Targeting? Training built for current employees (you) in need of development with team focus, it is implemented for sales (commision based pay) and retail companies.
- 9. Outline for Training Proposal Developing Others (Module 1) Developing Team Dynamics (2) Managing Conflict (3) Making Work Fun (4)
- 10. Training in the East Bay It will be a 2 Day Training Workshop (TEAM BUILDING): Day 1 (2 Sessions) Developing Others (1PM-3PM) Learning How to Delegate Coaching Employees Mentoring Employees Developing Team Dynamics (4PM-6PM) Important Team Roles: Task Roles, Social Roles, Negative Roles Re-energizing the Team Following Burnout Day 2 (2 Sessions) Managing Conflict (1PM-3PM) Understanding the Rules of Positive Conflict Mediating Conflict Between Others Making Work Fun (4PM-6PM) Celebrating Team/Individual Performance Implementing Team Members Life Events to Build Relationships Positive Work Environment
- 11. Developing Others (Module) How to Delegate Others Coaching Employees Mentoring Employees
- 12. What Can We Do To Train Teams?
- 13. Learning Tournament We are using the alternative learning method, Learning Tournament! One person from each group (3 minutes) complete the following: Fill Out... Strengths(2), Weaknesses(2), Personal Goals(2), Professional Goals(2) and Interests(2) Once they are done, someone from each group will be chosen at random (with our EB ball) and be asked to name the correct answer(s) after they have seen the responses for one minute. The winner will be the team who has most correct answers at the end, we will go 3 times around per team, GOOD LUCK, and begin...
- 14. Win or Lose... Everyone can become a winner with teamwork, communication skills, building trust and more. The outcome is to actively train and participate to encourage ourselves and take the necessary steps (skills) to grow.
- 15. Overview on Developing Others Consists of a variety of techniques, tools, resources, and personnel to help develop and train employees in Communication Skills Building Trust Problem Solving Creativity Dealing with Conflict and Embracing Change
- 16. Delegating Others Goal-Setting (S.M.A.R.T. Goals) Behavior Modeling (the more the merrier) Meaningful Information (Research, Tools) Practice (Train, Perform, Evaluate, Repeat) Feedback (Knowing your personnel) Note: When choosing who to delegate be sure the person is available, is competent to do the work, is interested in growth opportunities, and a person who reports to you! -Todd Dewett (Lynda.com).
- 17. Coaching... ...is known to be a short-term positive proven, approach that helps with skill-building for the immediate role someone already attains.
- 18. Coaching (Continued) Coaching develops and gives the opportunity for someone to grow, there are a few simple steps to help guide the trainee to achieve goals: Identifying the opportunity for coaching clearly defining the desired outcome/criterion provide the needed resources actual practice and skill development transferred reinforcing progress and finally rewarding the positive change
- 19. Mentoring... ...is long-term career progression and strategic skills development for future use of the mentee.
- 20. Mentoring (Continued) For mentoring to be career building and successful some of the steps needed to enhance experience are: Start Writing Your List!! agree on process goal and skill clarity being proactive probing with questions connections being frank being authentic and finally checking up
- 21. Training, Instruction, Education, Learning!! It can be used for finding the right mentor that fits your specific needs and/or self-improvement for team success. Fill in the blanks for optimal information and learning... Training: Reproduce exactly what has been taught, short-term focus Instruction: Generalize beyond what has been taught, short-term focus Education: Generalized learning principles, long-term focus Learning: Training, Instruction, Education enables Learning, Learning is change!!
- 22. Share Some Responses Weaknesses are more important than strengths, in my opinion, because a weakness gives someone the most room for improvement; rather than strengths, because this is an indication that someone is essentially an expert, extremely knowledgeable, and has hit a barrier that only has minimal room to grow." Team success is my success, individual success isn't my goal unless I can make others around me better through my individual progress and work. Team leaders need to delegate, regulate, and articulate to bring the best out of each individual. Quora Response - Being realistic about progress. It takes time. There are no overnight successes. None. Understand, however, that if you keep putting one foot in front of the other that you are bound to make progress, grow, and learn. There's no guarantee of success, but there is a guarantee of progress, whatever that progress may be.
- 23. Wrap Up What is Team Building? Telling Aint Training (Resources for Continuous Learning) DO IT!! Developing Others (Delegating, Coaching and Mentoring Employees) Identify your Strengths, Weaknesses, Personal Goals, Professional Goals and Interests to be able to equip yourself when performing in teams and beyond...
- 24. Thank you for listening!