P. 1
071F1394 Soldier Team Development

071F1394 Soldier Team Development

|Views: 184|Likes:

More info:

Published by: rafterman@hotmail.com on Sep 02, 2008
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PPT, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

01/26/2014

pdf

text

original

Soldie r Te am De ve lopm ent

Combined Arms Leadership Division

1

Te rm in al Le arni ng Ob je ct iv e
 Action: Identify team development
techniques to enhance unit performance

 Condition: Presentation, video clips, use of
FM 22-100

 Standard: Describe team development
principles IAW FM 22-100

Combined Arms Leadership Division

2

Enab li ng Le arni ng Ob je cti ve A
• ACTION: Describe why people join groups • CONDITION: In a classroom, given instruction about leadership doctrine, practical exercises and group discussions. • STANDARD: Describe the reasons why people join groups and teams

Combined Arms Leadership Division

3

Why d o p eop le joi n gr oup s
 A sense of belonging  Association: Being known as a member  A sense of common interests  A sense of adventure and travel  Attraction to other members  A means to an end
 Money  Acquire job skills and talents  Set conditions for future education  Set conditions for future career opportunities
Combined Arms Leadership Division

4

Enab li ng Le arni ng Obj ec tive B
• ACTION: Define Group and Team • CONDITION: In a classroom, given instruction about leadership doctrine, practical exercises and group discussions. • STANDARD: Define Group and Team

Combined Arms Leadership Division

5

Gr oup

A cluster, crowd, or throng; an assemblage, either of persons or things, collected without any regular form or arrangement; as, a group of men or of trees; a group of isles.

Combined Arms Leadership Division

6

Te am
TEAM: a small number of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.
(Katzenbach and Smith, The Wisdom of Teams, p. 45.)

Combined Arms Leadership Division

7

Di ffer en ce s b et we en group an d t ea m

Combined Arms Leadership Division

8

Enab li ng Le arni ng Obj ec tive C  Action:
Video Clips Discuss the Team Building Stages Presentation, Class Notes,

 Condition:  Standard:

Discuss the Team Building Stages IAW FM 22-100

Combined Arms Leadership Division

9

St ages of Te am Buil ding

• Formation Stage • Enrichment Stage • Sustainment Stage
Combined Arms Leadership Division

10

For ma tion S tage
• Reception - Welcome - First Impression • Orientation - Learn about unit -Unit Standards - Values - Goals

- Missions - History

Combined Arms Leadership Division

11

Band of Brothers Film Clip
CD1 – 4:40 – 9:08

Combined Arms Leadership Division

12

Lea de r Act ion s
Fo rmat ion St ag e

• Listen • Communicate • Establish buddy system • Set the mental state
13

Combined Arms Leadership Division

Enri chm ent S ta ge

• Begin to trust self and peers • Begin to start training as a team • Grow collectively

Combined Arms Leadership Division

14

Dirty Dozen Film Clip

Combined Arms Leadership Division

15

Lea de r Act ion s
Enr ich ment St ag e

• Train • Establish Goals • Establish clear lines of authority • Give responsibility • Develop trust
Combined Arms Leadership Division

16

Susta in me nt St age • Consider unit “Their Team” • Trust their Team • Take Pride in Team • Want Team to Succeed • Able to act without being told
Combined Arms Leadership Division

17

Band of Brothers Film Clip
CD 3: 36:12 – 45:26

Combined Arms Leadership Division

18

Lea de r Act ion s
Sust ai nmen t Stage

• Continue to build internal control - Accomplish tasks by teams • Make Training more challenging - Turn up the heat - Practice and Critique • Continue to demonstrate trust - Use WE, OUR, US • Before making a decision, Think about the impact on the team
Combined Arms Leadership Division

19

Enab li ng Le arni ng Ob je ct iv e D
• ACTION: Identify the two types of bonding. • CONDITION: In a classroom, given instruction about leadership doctrine, practical exercises and group discussions. • STANDARD: Discuss the two types of bonding and how they relate to unit cohesion

Combined Arms Leadership Division

20

Bondi ng

The development of strong interpersonal relationships among soldiers and between soldiers and their leaders.

Combined Arms Leadership Division

21

Hori zo nta l Bond ing Respect

Trust
Concern

Roles Proficiency Individual Responsibility
22

Interdependence

Combined Arms Leadership Division

Ver ti ca l Bond ing
Leaders show concern for their soldiers

Leaders trust and respect each other

B O N D I N G

Soldiers trust and are confident in their leaders
Combined Arms Leadership Division

23

Enab li ng Le arni ng Ob jec tive E
• ACTION: Identify characteristics of good teams • CONDITION: In a classroom, given instruction about leadership doctrine, practical exercises and group discussions. • STANDARD: Discuss the characteristics of good teams IAW FM 22-100 and Class Discussions

Combined Arms Leadership Division

24

Prac ti ca l Exe rc is e

 Top 5 CHARACTERISTICS of a good team  Top 5 leader ACTIONS/ASPECTS that promote team building  Top 5 CHALLENGES leaders face with team building

Combined Arms Leadership Division

25

Good Tea ms

 Work together to accomplish the mission  Execute tasks thoroughly and quickly  Meet or exceed the standard  Thrive on demanding challenges  Learn from their experiences and are proud of their accomplishments

Combined Arms Leadership Division

26

What te am work inc re as es. .
 Confidence  Trust  Competence  Motivation  Cohesion  Cultural Awareness  Equal Opportunity  Communication abilities  Discipline
27

Combined Arms Leadership Division

Le ad er Ac ti ons / As pect s
 Pull each member into the team because you may someday ask that person for extraordinary effort.  Apply your interpersonal skills that transform individuals into productive teams.  Build and guide your team through the developmental stages.  Know your soldiers/team members: Each team develops differently.  Develop subordinates because they are tomorrow’s leaders

Combined Arms Leadership Division

28

Chal len ges t o Tea m Buil ding
 Personnel Turnover Rate  Stabilization of Key Personnel  Constraints on training resources  Personal sacrifice (values)  Diversity (Cultural, Religious, Society, etc)  Communication (or lack of these skills)  Lack of Interpersonal skills

Combined Arms Leadership Division

29

#1 CHALL EN GE

Disc ussi on Q uot e
If the leaders of the small teams that make up the Army are competent, and if their members trust one another, those teams and the larger team of teams will hang together and get the job done. People who belong to a successful team look at nearly everything in a positive light; their winners’ attitudes are infectious, and they see problems as challenges rather than obstacles. Additionally, a cohesive team accomplishes the mission more effectively than a group of individuals.
FM 22-100, 5-103

Combined Arms Leadership Division

31

Disc ussi on Q uot e
Your subordinates must know – must truly believe – that they’re a part of the team, that their contribution is important and valued. They must know that you’ll train them and listen to them. They don’t want you to let them get away with shoddy work or half-baked efforts; there’s no pride in loafing. You must constantly observe, counsel, develop, listen; you must be every bit the team player you want your subordinates to be– and more.
FM 22-100, 5-110

Combined Arms Leadership Division

32

 Bowling Team  Track Team

What k ind of te am do y ou w ant t o have ?

 Individual efforts, combined results = TEAM

 Individual efforts “BEFORE” the other member can begin = TEAM

 Football Team
 Individual efforts dependent on other members = TEAM
Malone, Small Unit Leadership, p.88

Combined Arms Leadership Division

33

Sum ma ry
 TLO: Identify Team Development Techniques To Enhance Unit Performance  Definition of Group and Team  Team Building Stages

Combined Arms Leadership Division

34

Th e Arm y Te am

“ The Army is a team. It eats, sleeps, breathes, fights, as a team.” GEN George S. Patton
Combined Arms Leadership Division

35

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->