NCOA DL- Set B Volume 1 Chapter 1: Team Building
Mission is a duty assigned to an individual or unit; a task.
Spontaneous, exciting, enthusiastic, and great at brainstorming ideas.
Typically, the ones who offer a fresh perspective.
Offer bold, untried approaches and ideas.
Able to see the “big picture.”
Optimistic and visualize the possibilities.
Willing to solve problems.
Positive with self-confident attitudes
Insightful planners and use past experience to guide success
Energetic support of team goals and objectives
Persistence in championing and advancing new ideas
Not easily discouraged
Able to identify and clarify possible problems
Experts in specifics and the development of a sound implementation strategy
Able to offer new ideas and alternatives
Practical “sounding boards” to validate ideas
Willing to implement ideas
Meticulous in following directions and completing tasks
Keepers of high standards
Able to bring up problems early enough to effectively solve them
Able to connect and negotiate with all types of people
Tolerant and understand different members of the team
Able to identify what is missing in the process, and fill in the gap to allow for uninterrupted progress
Willing to offer suggestions to improve the process
Team Dimension Concept
C.A.R.E and F
The P.E.P Cycle
is a Panic-Elation-Panic cycle that occurs whenever you are in a situation that requires you to come up with new ideas (team meetings, problem solving sessions, AFSO21 events, etc.).
The “Z” Process
Ideas often bounce back and forth among the Creators, Advancers, and Refiners in what’s called the “Z” Process.
Adaption Innovation (A-I) Theory
Team Dynamics is an ongoing process involving interaction of individuals within a team to move toward or away from achieving the desired objective.
The term ongoing process indicates continuous activity. Group dynamics is one in which members remain engaged in for as long as they are team members.
Interaction of Individual
is the essence of team dynamics. You must understand that needs may vary considerably for each individual.
Achievement of the desired objective
is what separates a team from a group.
The Five C’s of a Team
Making sure that everyone feels part of the team
Encourages the team concept by making sure everyone knows and understands the organizations mission.
Ensures all members realize how important they are to the mission
Must provide feedback early and often
When you teach you broadcast that yur team is important and that you are there for them
The Five Common Dysfunctions of a Team
Absence of Trust
Fear of Conflict
Lack of Commitment
Avoidance of Accountability
Inattention to Results
Stages of Team Development
Adjourning and Transforming
Regression of a Team’s Development