23 Nov 2020

Student Development Program on Soft Skills


Event Title: Student Development Program on Team Work
Event category ( Workshop/Guest Lecture/Seminar/Education Visit etc) Student Development Program
About Event (Minimum 200 words):



Teamwork is a team effort to achieve the same goal or to complete a task in a more efficient and effective way. This concept is reflected in the larger structure of the group, which is a group of dependents who work together to achieve a common goal. The basic requirements for teamwork are sufficient for the size of the group. Context is important, and group sizes may vary according to purpose. The group must include at least two or more members, and most groups vary in size from 2 to 100. Teams need to be able to use resources to produce, and clearly defined roles within the team for everyone to have a clear purpose.
AIM of the Events (Min 5 Points):


At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

1.       The purpose of team building is to provide a framework that will enhance the ability of employees to participate in planning, problem solving, and decision-making to better serve clients. Increased participation encourages:

2.       To better understand the decisions.

3.       Additional support and participation in implementation programs.

4.       Increased contribution to problem solving and decision-making.

5.       Multiple ownership of decisions, processes, and changes.

Content of the Event ( In Case of Workshop, Seminar, Guest Lecture) DAY 1:

·         What is a team?

·         Team Vs group

DAY 2:

·         Why teamwork is essential?

·         How to make a team?


DAY 3:

·         Role of teamwork in organizations

·         Motivation of team members

DAY 4:

·            Team retention

DAY 5:

·         Activity

Highlights of Events



While cooperation between people is very common today, it has not been so for more than 50 years. The transformation of the general line of the assembly into a modern-day type of organization consisting of a growing number of first interactions took place during World War I and World War II, in an effort to unite its people. Motivation in teamwork is largely due to the Hawthorne studies, a set of studies conducted in the 1920s and 1930s that highlighted the positive aspects of collaboration in organizational planning.
Speakers of the Events:

(Name, E- Mail ID, Designation, Organization Name, Photograph. Resume)

NAME Mrs. Snehlata Sharma
E-Mail ID Snehlata.slog@gmail.com
Designation & Experience Soft Skill Trainer, 12+ years
Organization SLOG PVT LTD.
Department Name ( Full Name) DBIT
Course Name (Participants): B.Tech(CSE), B.Tech(ME), B.Tech(CE), B.Tech(ECE), B.Tech(EEE), MCA
Date Time & Venue of Events: From 23 to 27-Nov-2020 at 2PM to 4PM, Online on MS Team
Event Coordinator & Organizing Team Members Mr. Shubhashish Goswami and Mr. Mukesh Rajput
Contact Person Mukesh Rajput- 9756614554


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