Teamwork works as the fuel which allows common people to attain uncommon results. Team members help one another and realize their true potential. Team members create an environment that allows everyone to go beyond their limitations. It can simply state that “Teamwork is Less Me and More We.”
To identify what are the techniques for building stronger teams, the first question arises in our mind that ‘What is a team?’ The word ‘Team’ refers to an enormous concept of working together. In a tidy up way, we can say that team is a group of people with various complementary skills, working together towards a common vision where members operate with a high degree of trust, accountability, and interdependence.
The symbolic meaning of TEAM is,
Techniques For Building a Stronger Team:
There are some rules which should be followed for making a team stronger. They are discussed below-
1.BE OPEN MINDED
For working in a team, it is a must to be open-minded. Biggest brains together won’t build a good team. Actually, a team should be a proper combination of different brains. The team members should be willing to accept all kinds of opinions and take them into consideration. Open minded is the ability to listen objectively to something without imposing preconceived notions, judgments or assumptions. For greater teamwork, the leader, as well as all the members of the team, should be open minded so that they can look
In a stronger team, there should be two types of people. The Extrovert and The Introvert. The extrovert people have the ability to create a joyous ambiance among people. They have the power to upgrade confidence level of other members of a team. On the other side, we can say that most of the times introvert peoples behave like a silent bomb. As they talk less, they think more and maximum innovative ideas come from them. When the extroverts can motivate and inspire others, the introvert can create the most wonderful new ideas and innovation. So correct proportion of these two types of people is a basic need of building a team. So, to build up the strongest team the proper mixture of people is a must.
People can work effectively in a team if they trust each other. Because of the absence of trust among team members, members are unable to show their weaknesses, they feel vulnerable and cannot be open with one another. A team with no trust will conceal weaknesses from one another, hesitate to provide constructive feedback, hesitate to offer help outside their area of expertise, they will fail to tap into the skills of others in the team and hold grudges. Overall if there is no trust, these make a huge negative impact on the entire team. On the other hand, a team build with trust quickly and genuinely apologize to one another if they do something inappropriate, they accept questions and challenges from another member in the team. They take the risk in offerings, feedback, and assistance for the betterment of the team.
They can appreciate and tap into each other skills, they focus time and energy on important issues only and the most comfortable ambiance is they can openly admit their weaknesses and mistakes and take help from other. So build of trust starts a positive flow in making team stronger and work together.
Creating a happy and friendly environment in a team can reduce the stress of the team members. It enhances the chances of being more creative. In a happy and joyous ambiance, people feel comfortable to communicate with each other. By reducing, stress members become more attentive in their respective duties. For making a stronger team the members of the team should be happy and basic need is to ensure a friendly working environment. It’s an influential technique to make the team stronger.
5.DEFINE GOALS AND ROLES
After the formation of a team, it is the first utmost necessary to define
These are some important techniques for making team stronger and working together because in the 21st century working together is one of a key success.
Contributor: Farzana Trisha |Studying at Mawlana Bhashani Science & Technology University, Bangladesh.