Team Building Conclusion

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Chapter one Introduction Team Building is the process of helping a work group become more effective in accomplishing the task and in satisfying the needs of the group member. Team building as it implies, is the process by which differences in organization are ironed out through sectional solutions of misunderstanding within vertical groups and horizontal groups and intra-vertical and horizontal groups of such organizations. The analogue of a football team, hockey team and other teams could be used. A team is a group of players working together to win matches. This end in view is possible if they will work with the "team spirit", good feeling of those members working together, as a team. It is also a group of activities designed to enhance…show more content…
This skill is typically aligned with the values expressed by the company. • Optimism: this person anticipates the best possible outcome, and provides positive feedback when someone is faced with adversity. • Enthusiasm / Motivation: the skill required to remain devoted to, and supportive of, an idea, corporate goal or work assignment. To continue to remain engaged in the pursuit of a goal. Critical Thinking or Problem Solving This last category of soft skills deals with one's ability to think critically, and solve problems at work. The ability to pull together data to solve a problem in the workplace is a widely-valued talent in a business setting. One of the keys to being an effective problem solver is developing the solution to the problem in a reasonable timeframe. It is also important to be able to explain how the solution to a problem was solved in both a logical and systematic manner. Soft versus Hard Skills Perhaps the easiest way to differentiate between soft and hard skills can be described in this…show more content…
Soft skills are more difficult to master because the rules change depending on where you are and the people you are with. For example, it is perfectly acceptable to jump up and down and cheer out loud for a teammate who has just hit a home run on the ball field. But this type of behaviour would not be acceptable in an office setting after hearing that a co-worker just developed a great new idea. As you interact with your co-workers, it’s important to know that many people are taught that you don’t discuss religion, politics or finances at work. It would be also important to not talk about other personal topics such as race, sexual orientation or certain physical characteristics (including a person’s age, height or weight) and even someone else’s disability because it could be hurtful and make co-workers feel

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