The Team Building Workshop

Author: Vivette Payne
Editor: Amacom Books
ISBN: 9780814470794
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"The Team-Building Workshop" was written specifically to help readers design and lead a two-day team-building workshop that achieves measurable results.

Training With Disc

Author: Jason Hedge
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ISBN: 9780692380338
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Teambuilding Workshop Modules

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Fbi Law Enforcement Bulletin

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Essentials Of Team Building

Author: Daniel W. Midura
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736050883
File Size: 38,38 MB
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Team building is a proven approach for helping people become respectful competitors, cooperative team members, and community leaders. Now you can help your students or group develop those same important skills with Essentials of Team Building: Principles and Practices. The authors, with two successful books on team building and 30 years of team-building experience, offer a day-by-day guide for implementing activities and challenges for individual sessions, units, or an entire semester. The activities and challenges are geared to beginning through advanced participants in a variety of settings, and they help participants develop the following valuable skills: à ̄¿Å"Problem solving à ̄¿Å"Appropriate risk taking à ̄¿Å"Building working relationships à ̄¿Å"Cooperation à ̄¿Å"Leadership and communication à ̄¿Å"Creative thinking à ̄¿Å"Building trust à ̄¿Å"Making decisions à ̄¿Å"Setting goals à ̄¿Å"Developing physical skills In chapters 1 and 2 the authors introduce the concept of team building, including its benefits, its connection with adventure education and community building, and the process involved in building a team. Chapters 3 and 4 provide assessment tools and safety strategies. Chapter 5 offers a sample college course outline in team building. You'll find icebreaker and community activities in chapter 6, and in chapters 7 through 9 you can choose from an array of introductory, intermediate, and advanced challenges. Chapter 10 provides character development and community-building challenges, and an appendix lays out challenge cards, useful forms, reports, and examples. In addition, Essentials of Team Building: Principles and Practices includes à ̄¿Å"58 activities and challenges for beginning through advanced teams; à ̄¿Å"reproducible forms for organizing, presenting, and evaluating team-building challenges; à ̄¿Å"ready-to-use unit and semester plans with evaluation tools for each activity; and à ̄¿Å"a bound-in DVD with video clips of 25 challenge demonstrations and reproducible challenge and organizer cards.

50 Activities For Team Building

Author: Glenn M. Parker
Editor: Human Resource Development
ISBN: 9780874251746
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Teamwork Training

Author: Sharon Boller
Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 9781562864101
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Learn how to cultivate successful teamwork within your organization with Teamwork Training. Focusing on ways to foster and demonstrate teamwork, this comprehensive blueprint provides ways to define and assess key competencies, get senior management to buy into your plan, plus basic program guidelines to create a winning team strategy for your company. With a CD-ROM full of handouts and tools, you'll quickly be creating engaging and result-oriented programs.

A Trainer S Guide For Participatory Learning And Action

Author: Jules N. Pretty
Editor: IIED
ISBN: 9781899825004
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Offers a comprehensive background to the principles of adult learning. This book focuses on the facilitation skills necessary for effective training. It describes group dynamics and how to build interdisciplinary teams. It summarises the principles of participatory learning and action.

The Team Captain S Leadership Manual

Author: Jeff Janssen
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"Designed for both athletes and coaches of all sports, this ... manual details a proven 10 week leadership development program to build effective team leaders."--page 4 of cover.

Team Building Activities For Every Group

Author: Alanna Jones
Editor: Rec Room Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780966234169
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There are 107 games and activities in the four chapters of this book that help every group "Mix It Up", "Stir It Up", "Team Up", and "Open Up". Each game is fun, easy to use, unique, and requires minimal resources. Discussion questions can be found at the end of each "Team Up" and "Open Up" game to help leaders and participants to engage in discussion that creates and enhanced team-building experience for all those involved.

Team Building

Author: William G. Dyer
Editor: Prentice Hall
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One of the major developments in the field of organization redesign has been the emergence of self-directed work teams. Team Building explains how teams are most successful when the team becomes part of the culture and structure or systems of the organization. Team building is a human process that involves human feelings, attitudes, and actions. This book is written for managers and human resource professionals who want to develop a more systematic program of team building in their organization or work unit. William G. Dyer has laid the groundwork for all subsequent books in the field of team building. The first edition of this book was the pioneer text on team building; this third edition brings the whole field of team building up to date. The book discusses the major new trends, including self-directed work teams, total quality initiatives, and cross cultural teams, and reviews the strengths and weaknesses of these new developments in team building. Throughout the book Dr. Dyer emphasizes the degree of commitment that managers and members of work teams must bring to the team-building process. For team building to succeed, managers must adopt a true team philosophy, take responsibility for team-building work, and become involved on a personal level. Key executives also must become involved by ensuring that the organization's culture and especially its review and reward systems support the goal of team building.

Teambuilding Activities Pocketbook

Author: Paul Tizzard
Editor: Management Pocketbooks
ISBN: 1908284110
File Size: 23,61 MB
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Building teams that are united, motivated and productive is the aim of this collection of practical, easy-to-use activities. They are for use by managers at team meetings and briefings, and for trainers running teambuilding workshops. The lively and persuasive activities are the work of Paul Tizzard who has already established his credentials as a creative developer of training materials with the publication of The Icebreakers Pocketbook and The Openers & Closers Pocketbook, both popular titles in the Management Pocketbook Series. The activities in The Teambuilding Activities Pocketbook are grouped according to their suitability for different stages of team development. From new teams to established teams there is a range of applicable activities to choose from. There are those too that address specific team issues. To help readers identify which activities they need to draw on, there is a questionnaire that will identify at what stage their own team has reached. Also dealt with in the book are facilitation, presentation and coaching skills. Reviewing the book in 'Training Journal' shortly after its publication, Matt Somers wrote: 'I would recommend that anyone who interacts with teams buys a copy and keeps it handy.'

Groups Teams And Social Interaction

Author: Alexander Paul Hare
Editor: Praeger Publishers
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An examination of A. Paul Hare's findings about groups, teams, and social interaction, this book shows how these findings can be placed in the context of several theories, and discusses some applications that can be constructed for the analysis of various kinds of social situations. Part I brings together the literature on small workgroups, especially discussion groups and problem-solving groups, from laboratory studies by social psychologists and practitioners in organizational development. The seven chapters cover basic concepts, characteristics of groups and teams, group and team development, problem solving and consensus, managing conflict, consultation, and team building with SYMLOG (a method of group evaluation developed by Freed Bales of Harvard University). Part II presents four theories of social interaction with examples of applications: functional, dramaturgical, exchange, and SYMLOG. The final chapter brings together features of these theories in a category system for the observation of groups.

More Team Building Activities For Every Group

Author: Alanna Jones
Editor: Rec Room Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780966234176
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Grade level: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, k, p, e, i.

How To Build A Winning Team And Have Fun Doing It

Author: Peter A. Land
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ISBN: 9781881554141
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Winning the gold, striving to be the ODream Team, O reaching for the stars. ItOs all part of Peter A. LandOs motivational, fun, and engaging stratagems in HOW TO BUILD A WINNING TEAM. When on the football field, in school, in the military, or on the job, every member, from the ticket collector to the janitor, to the top CEO must learn to Ohustle like a winnerO before optimal success is achieved. LandOs many years of observation, study, and experience with building some of the finest teams in the country, teams that perform on the highest level of achievement and truly win, have provided him with the expertise to write this how-to-achieve-success book. It will set your heart ablaze with new insights while motivating you to go out and strive for the GOLD.

Instructors Manual

Author: Nicholas John
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780130406576
File Size: 20,39 MB
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Teambuilding

Author: Roberta Neault
Editor: Concord, ON : Career/Lifeskills Resources
ISBN: 9781894422314
File Size: 41,12 MB
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