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We've all heard the story about the farmer and his four sons. On his deathbed, the farmer gives each son four sticks to break, which they do effortlessly.
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We've all heard the story about the farmer and his four sons. On his deathbed, the farmer gives each son four sticks to break, which they do effortlessly.
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  1. 1. ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR BUILDING A TEAM We've all heard the story about the farmer and his four sons. On his deathbed, the farmer gives each son four sticks to break, which they do effortlessly. Next, he gives them a bundle of four sticks to break, but no matter how hard they try, they can't do it. We all got the lesson from the story, which was that working together is the key to success, but we didn't know at the time that it was also our first lesson in teamwork and leadership. If you want to do well in life, interpersonal skills must be developed and improved. For very motivated people, it may be enough to give them a broad direction and then let them help plan the details of the workshops. Train team members to improve their ability to work together. To enhance the skills and success of team members, plan for their personal growth in all areas of compelling motivation and a good attitude. To better understand how important team building is, you need to know what collaborative learning means. What is learning with other people? Collaborative learning is a way to learn that is similar to cooperative learning. Students form groups and use ICT tools to learn and work toward the same academic goals. In traditional learning, it is the teacher's job to do everything about teaching. Students used to work on their own and ask the teacher for help when they needed it. The students work independently and compete with each other in this system. Sharing and helping don't have much of an effect on how well you learn. The main things about this are solo teaching and self-accomplishment. In collaborative learning, on the other hand, students are more involved and do In this way of learning, each student is responsible for themselves and the group. The students help each other. They work together, learn together, and reach the goal together. Collaborative learning helps students learn to be more responsible for themselves and the team. It's based on the idea that learning is a social thing that happens when people talk about a subject in depth, which is how learning happens. Most of us agree that when we teach, we learn more than we ever did when we were students. Research backs up this idea, as it has been found that students who give and get detailed explanations about what they are learning and how they are learning are the ones who know the most. Students who work together get better grades than those who do their work independently. Also, students who were doing worse in school did much better when they worked in groups. Essential tips for being a leader and building a team: • Have a shared vision. Any task is much more enjoyable when there is a goal to reach. Every business has a purpose it wants to run, and the best way to get your team members on board is to tell them what that goal is and show them how important their part is in reaching it. • Help people talk to each other. This is the answer to every problem, the key to every lock, and the best way to make two people see sense. If a team communicates well, there won't be or won't be many disagreements and fights. Ideas often clash, but if two people get along well, they can combine their different ideas to make something even better. • Set a good example. Leading from the front is the first and most important rule of leadership. A good leader leads by example and sets high standards for how he acts. To make the best team, you need a good leader. If you are thinking about working with someone else, here are some tips, advice, and things to watch out for: 1) You can start working together as soon as you have an idea for a project, even if you don't know who you want to work with. Know that "collaborative
  2. 2. thinking" is different from just thinking about your own work. Collaborative thinking is a two-way process that requires more communication and a different way of thinking than working alone. 2) Know that when you work together, you create new energy "bigger than both of you." Use masterminding principles and techniques in your project to make it take off. This information comes from the book "Think and Grow Rich," and the internet is full of details about masterminding. 3) Have a clear vision or goal in mind, and make sure it's one you both agree on. If there are parts of the idea that you and your partner disagree on, talk about them and decide if they can stay or need to go. Having your plans will make it harder for you to work together or even stop you from working together. 4) Your goals will come from this shared vision. Be clear, write them down, and try to make them as short as you can. Make a written mission statement and a plan for how to achieve it. Be as specific as you can and say what each of you does and what role each of you plays. 5) Make an agreement with each other that can be signed in front of a notary. Be clear about money and time commitments, as well as how the project's benefits will be shared. 6) For a group project to work, you need to set regular meeting times and have an agenda for each. Have clear, specific goals with due dates. We are all so busy that it is easy to lose sight of the project's goals and lose our way. 7) Accept the other person's skills and ways of working no matter what. Don't think the other person will work the same way you do. It will make things always tense and full of friction. Put your ego in the hallway. 8) Use the skills that make that person unique. Recognize what each person is good at and be willing to let others shine in their way. Again, the key is to trust. 9) Don't be afraid to talk about your thoughts, feelings, and worries, but don't get "lost" in them. Keep the lines of communication between collaborators open and even. At the same time, figure out if you are working together to share your fears. Your project will lose energy if you let your doubts "glue" you together. 10) It's much more fun to work on a project with someone you like first. If you and the people you work with are friends, respect each other, trust each other, and have a lot of fun, the work will be easy and productive. What are the results of building a good team? The process of building a team can work on more than one level. First, the team members may become more aware of how their actions affect how well the team works as a whole. More self-awareness might also make people change the way they act. For example, if the team leader realizes that they don't share leadership and decision-making with other people, that may be enough to make them change to a more participatory style. Second, team building may help people on the team see that there are different and better ways to run the team and do its work. Third, building a team may change how the group works with the rest of the company. For instance, a team member might stop blaming other parts of the organization for their own inefficient work. In the end, there could be more harmony between units.

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