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Flyer - Team Building II

Flyer - Team Building II

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Team Building II

Capacity Building Initiative

Purpose To provide necessary knowledge and experiences for the participants to help them participate effectively in a team building effort. Aim The aim of the programme is to enable the participants to play their roles in a team efficiently and effectively and to enhance team work. In particular, the programme will enable trainees to:
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able to express openly and confront issues honestly and squarely; create supportive climate by building trust among team members; encourage high morale through cooperation and management of conflict; develop sound working procedures in decision making process; lead the team in both flexible and appropriate leadership or management styles; improve team performance through regular review; possess personal skills and knowledge and enhance their capability in team development; establish sound and effective inter-group relations to build bridges to link the team with other parts of the organization; facilitate better and effective communication;

Target Group Target groups for this training programme on “Team Building Level II” are particular staff members of INGO/NGOs attended the “Team Building Level I” held from 20 to 21 September 2006 at CBI Office, Yangon and NGO staff those who are appropriate to this level. The training is designed for the field project staff, middle level office staff NGOs who required to work in team or team situation. Duration The complete programme consists of 12 learning sessions. Session times vary from 1:00 to 2:00 hours. The total programme will take 21 hours or approximately 3 full working days. Training Approach and Methods The programme is based on the assumption that: “Training is expensive” “Money for training is scarce” Therefore it looks upon training as an investment, and unless the training yields results, the return on the money invested in it will be nil. On their return home from the training programme, the participants should therefore be able to prove improvement in management. In order to prepare and equip the participants to achieve this, the programme will use highly active learning approach through the use of participatory learning techniques. Participants (working mostly in groups) will learn through simulated problem solving exercises and guidance from the facilitators, who will act more as a “facilitator” of learning than a lecturer. Structure The programme is divided into 12 sessions as shown below: 1. Introduction "Participant’s presentation of Team Building first phase. Expectation and Fears” and brief

Flyer – Team Building II

Capacity Building Initiative


Openness and Confrontation Were we sufficiently open and did we confront the real issues? Support and Trust Did we support and have trust each other? Exchange of Experiences: Team Work in real situation in respective Organization

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Co-operation and Conflict Did we co-operate with each other and use the conflict of ideas and approaches productively? 6. 7. 8. 9. Sound Procedures Were our working procedures and decision-making strategies sound? Appropriate Leadership Were we well led? Regular Review Did we review whether we could operate in a better way? Individual Development Did we utilize opportunities for development? Sound Inter-group Relations. Were our relations with other groups productive? Good Communications Did we communicate well? Evaluation Session

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Training Techniques The programme will use following training techniques1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Case Studies Role Plays Games Simulations Exercises Group Discussion

Training Materials Handouts and notes in Myanmar and English. Follow-up and Evaluation During the training and after completion of the training, appropriate evaluation will be made to improve on going training as well as future training. Expected Outcome The training is expected to produce a group of individuals who are able to efficiently and effectively participate in a team either as a team member or leader and to achieve organizational development goals and objectives through effective team work.
Flyer – Team Building II

Capacity Building Initiative

Training Facilitator U Tin Htun, Freelance Consultant Interest Applicants Interested applicant should meet the following requirements:
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Should be Myanmar; ie local staff Should have working knowledge of English Must be working for INGOs and LNGOs Must be able to give their full time and attention to the workshop during the days it is conducted. Only participants who commit themselves to attending all the sessions will be accepted.

Training group is limited to 18 participants (plus 3 reserves). If the number of participants exceeds 18, organizations which nominate more than 3 staff will be asked to nominate only three candidates. Dates Training dates Application closing date Date of confirmation Contribution to the training INGO staff FEC Myanmar NGO/CBO staff Ks. Venue CBI : (No. 4, Kanbawza Yeiktha Street, Shwe Taung Gyar Ward (1), Bahan Tsp. Yangon.) Tel/Fax : 537 888 e-mail : cbitraining@yangon.net.mm Contact person: Ye’ Htut Soe, Training Assistant 30 - per person for the course 3,000 - per person for the course 21 - 23 March, 2007 9 March, 2007 14 March, 2007

Flyer – Team Building II

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