The model in Figure 2.4 also highlights two key motivational team processes:
- Creating group cohesion: This can be seen from a social perspective, in terms of the number and intensity of friendships among the people on the team. Group cohesion also refers to tasks and goals, when team members offer their collaboration and commitment to the group because they sincerely believe that if they want to achieve their individual goals, they must attain collective goals.
- Developing a sense of collective efficacy: This relates to the individual and group conviction that by working togethe...
- Chapter 2: Management Models of Team Leadership
- from Leading Teams: Tools and Techniques for Successful Team Leadership from the Sports World
- Publisher: Jossey-Bass
- Released: May 2013
Motivational team processes
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