The concepts of Team Building and Group Dynamic

 

Team building



is an ongoing process that helps a work group evolve into a cohesive unit.The team members not only share expectations for accomplishing group tasks, but trust and support one another and respect one another's individual differences.

 

 

Rules of team building:

 

To lead a team effectively,

You must first establish your leadership with each team member. Remember that the most effective team leaders build their relationships of trust and loyalty, rather than fear or the power of their positions.

 

Encourage team members to share information.

Emphasize the importance of each team member's contribution and demonstrate how all of their jobs operate together to move the entire team closer to its goal. The Delegate problem-solving tasks to the team. Let the team work on creative solutions together.

 

Establish team values and goals;

evaluate team performance. Be sure to talk with members about the progress they are making toward established goals so that employees get a sense both of their success and of the challenges that lie ahead. Address teamwork in performance standards.

 

Use consensus.

Set objectives, solve problems, and plan for action. While it takes much longer to establish consensus, this method ultimately provides better decisions and greater productivity because it secures every employee's commitment to all phases of the work.

 

Group dynamic



is the social process by which people interact and behave in a group environment or is the complex interplay of various interactive force between members of group, group performance and the longtime survival. the following are the main.

 

 

Thing that are needed in group dynamic:

 

Numbers of members:

When people talk about the group that often are describing collectivities with two members or three members. For example, a work team or study group will often comprise two or three people. However, groups can be very large collectivities of people such a crowd or religious congregation or gathering.
As might be expected, there are differences in some aspects of behavior between small and larger grouping, yet there remain significant commonalities.

 

Connection.

Most definitions of ‘group’ highlight the presence of a link between members. This goes beyond some surface similarity such as height or eye color. In groups we expect members to be connected in some meaningful.





 

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