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Team Development - 974 Words

What channel has been used for team development in past 5 years in MPHK? In 2008, the first year to launch the new training or workshop to all departments we selected four to five staff from each department to join the workshop and train up them to be the departmental trainer by classes and courses. But the result and the feedback from the trainer is not too positive and effectively, because the training for them is so new and they can’t always apply in work to build up the team in the department. In 2009, according to last year comments and feedback, we decided to add more activity which the trainers get more involved rather just sit in the class room only listen. We start the outing activities, e.g. hiking, one day campus outing,†¦show more content†¦E.g. there have some team building campus where can let us rent for a day with activities. Also, I suggest that we should have cross training within the company, trainer should go to other department for training and see what they are doing, people can learn from others situation and different environment, also they can better understand others department staff work procedure to be more respect others during work, after the trainer learn from other department, he/ she can share the experience to the team, this may help them to solve the similar problems in the future. Beside trainer, we also can select some staff cross department training too, but it need to base on their willing and needs. Chapter 4 Conclusion In the past five year, we can see the team development channel has been change from class room style and seminar to much more on activities and outing, activities and outing which are effective training channel with a bit more cost, but this can make people get the main point of training and made them feel they are part on the team, rather feel boring sitting in the class room only listen. Therefore, exchange relationship in training are more effective compare with class room and seminar channel, also the trainer and training tools are play veryShow MoreRelatedTeam Building And Development Team1518 Words   |  7 Pages Team Building and Development It takes extraordinary leadership to assemble great teams. Leaders who are not reluctant to course right, making challenging choices and launch principles of implementation that are continually being met – and enhancing them at all times. 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