What makes a good team? Why do you need a team in the first place?

It must be a team that achieves better results than doing it alone, but are you actually making those results?

What is your relationship with the company? If you come to work and you can’t work because of a relationship, if you don’t want to work… Wouldn’t it be better to work alone?

Just as smooth circulation is the most important thing for living things, so are teams and organizations. A team without rotation is just as bad as not having one. Numerous organizations and teams are always thinking about smooth dialogue and mutual understanding.

But is it because of the shortcomings of being human? The blood flow of a team that was expected to flow smoothly is often clogged and scorched. There is no point in having a manager to stop that, and then freeze and appease him. Conflict, disconnection, and misunderstanding are what we all experience when we are so different.

Just as a diagnosis is necessary to be healthy, we would like to introduce an interesting diagnostic tool for a smooth and smooth team flow.

A story tool developed in Finland to help with team building,< smooth team>

It is a communication program that makes conversations smoothly through stories and questions that are not heavy, but the insights found through the process are never light. At a small level, you will discover the strengths and characteristics of each individual, and furthermore, the beliefs and wishes that team members have for the organization, and even the current conflicts and difficulties.

Leaders can see the flow of work and relationships among team members at a glance and discover whether current roles and responsibilities are properly aligned with their capabilities and preferences.

The course takes between two and four hours, and the facilitator’s natural yet poignant questions are both delightful team building and deep reflection.

As with all training, especially with many diagnostics, the Smooth Team is not a panacea. Rather, you may find only very small fragments. But the best thing about Smooth Team is that it naturally starts a ‘conversation’. By continuously discussing the derived results together, the team can move forward in a better direction, and a culture of ‘talking together’ naturally develops.

The ideal team that fills in each other’s shortcomings, gives and receives comfort and encouragement, and creates better processes and results is ultimately determined by how well they know and understand each other. And for that ‘knowledge’ and ‘understanding’, how well you communicate, and whether you see and acknowledge each other as they are through the experiences you had together are important.

A pleasant but not light team diagnosis and team building program, Smooth Team, can only be found at Paul & Mark in Korea.
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“I was embarrassed. I’m sad too It made me cry at the thought that people really don’t know what I can do well. I think this was a good opportunity to let people know who I am. “

“At the end, is there a result of a line connecting people? Looking at that, there was almost no connection between me and that person. I wanted to see it. I confirmed that the dissatisfaction and discomfort I had were caused by not knowing the person well. My first thought was, ‘I need to eat some rice.’ It was. I don’t have much experience, but I’m sorry that I only saw it as my own thoughts. “

“ It’s natural to say ‘we have different thoughts’, but when it comes to reality, it’s like, ‘Why is that person like that?’ Do you often say that? I did just that. It’s good because it seems like we’ve expressed each other’s various thoughts about the team like this one, and I think it’s necessary to talk deeply about some of the elements in which our thoughts were divided. “