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Developing Teams in a Hybrid Environment

Developing Teams in a Hybrid Environment

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Simon Thomson

July 16, 2021
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  1. @digisim THERE’S NO ‘I’ IN TEAM

  2. @digisim THERE’S NO ‘I’ IN TEAM ( B U T

    T H E R E I S A ‘ M E ’ )
  3. @digisim D E F I N I N G “

    T E A M ” – W H AT D O W E M E A N ? @digisim "[a] team is a group of people who are interdependent with respect to information, resources, knowledge and skills and who seek to combine their efforts to achieve a common goal" Professor Leigh Thompson of the Kellogg School of Management
  4. @digisim The England women’s test team pose for a team

    photo at North Sydney Oval oin Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images) https://www.somersetcountycc.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/GettyImages-871075598-1024x580.jpg
  5. @digisim Indian women’s cricket team.(Action Images via Reuters) https://images.hindustantimes.com/rf/image_size_630x354/HT/p2/2018/03/20/Pictures/final-photo-australia-world-india-women- cricket_59b04a1c-2c10-11e8-a5fc-524b5b61153f.jpg

  6. @digisim This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC

    BY-NC-ND
  7. @digisim D E F I N I N G “

    T E A M ” – W H AT D O W E M E A N ? "Despite its reputation for being, well, lame, team building is the most important investment you can make for your people." Brian Scudamore - CEO of O2E Brands https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianscudamore/2016/03/09/why-team-building-is-the-most-important-investment-youll-make/?sh=1cdfc7b7617f
  8. @digisim START WITH THE ‘ME’ IN TEAM Self Perception. Perception

    others have. Development of self. https://www.linkedin.com/learning/being-an-effective-team-member/prioritize-team-goals-and-build-trust-2?u=41910772
  9. @digisim T E A M H A N D B

    O O K • Sets out a vision for the service. • Outlines structure and communication. • Clarifies workstreams. • Process for workload management • Sets “teamwork” values and expectations • Development of Team Charter
  10. @digisim “ C O M B I N E T

    H E I R E F F O RT S TO AC H I E V E A C O M M O N G OA L” Helps to clarify the purpose of the Centre for Innovation in Education. Sets out our strategic role in the institution and reminds all of us of our key purpose. Mission / Vision / Remit Helps individuals align contributions and activities to the overall goal of the work in CIE.
  11. @digisim WO R K S T R E A M

    S H E L P U S TO J O I N U P A C T I V I T Y A N D E N C O U R A G E PA I R E D O R T E A M - B A S E D D E V E L O P M E N T
  12. @digisim KEEPING IN TOUCH

  13. @digisim “As with any team there will be moments of

    disagreement and debate and these should remain professional and appropriate. It’s is never about being right or wrong, but about bringing a perspective to a situation to help inform discussions & decisions, so it’s important that everyone’s voice is heard. Listening is often more important than speaking – after all we have two ears and only one mouth!”
  14. @digisim TEAM CHARTER The team charter was a direct output

    from a team development activity we undertook in 2021. It sets out some key principles that we should all seek to uphold in everything that we do and acts as a reference point for the way we work with each other
  15. @digisim IN SUMMARY • Teamwork needs supporting – higher education

    is predicated on individual excellence and we need to develop collegiality. • Working with others is often the most rewarding work. • If you spend more time thinking about your own needs and criticising others then you may not be a natural team player. • Start by knowing yourself (warts and all). • If you find people difficult to work with look inward first before blaming others. • The handbook now acts as a point of reference for the whole team. – It is a great resource to use to induct new team members. – It was written by the team, for the team and the values were a collective contribution of individual submissions. • Teamwork is about valuing individual excellence in the context of collective achievement. • Being an effective team member requires continuous development.