Group Success

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  • Group Success
    • A group is...
      • Two or more people
      • All individuals share a common goal
      • Share a collective identity
      • Structured form of communication
    • Sociograms
      • Relationships inside groups are complex
        • Stars
        • Cliques
        • Isolates
        • Pairs
      • Group Development
        • Norms
        • Relationships
        • Individual Roles
    • Tuckman (1965)
      • 1) Forming
        • Relationships develop
        • Find their place within the group
      • 2) Storming
        • Confrontaition
        • Potential Leaderships
      • 3) Norming
        • Structure is establsihed
        • Groups become stable
      • 4) Performing
        • Individuals work together for their goals
        • Individuals accept their place
      • 5) Mourning
        • Team breaks up
        • Members become upset
    • Cohesion
      • Task Cohesion
        • Members work well together to achiever success
        • Task cohesion has a more influential affect on a positive performance
      • Social Cohesion
        • Members like each other
      • Factors (Antecendants) Affecting Cohesiveness
        • Enviromental Factors
          • Size and training facilities
        • Personal Factors
          • Ability and motivation
        • Team Elements
          • Desire and shared experiences
      • Increasing Cohesiveness
        • Open communication with mutual respect
        • Realistic but challenging targets
        • Clear roles defined
        • Reward exceptional performances (MOTM)
        • Team meetings to resolve conflict
        • identify social loafers
        • Give individual roles
        • Avoid cliques forming
    • Reasons for failure
      • 1) Faulty Group Process (Steiner 1972)
        • Actual productivity = potential productivity - Losses due to faulty processes
      • 2) The Ringleman Effect
        • Greater the size of the group, the less production of individuals
      • 3) Social Loafing
        • Dont fit into the team
        • Thinks effort is not recognised
        • Lazyness
    • Addressing Losses
      • Co-ordinational Losses
        • Drills that develop interactive play
        • Ensure all members know their roles
      • Motivational Losses
        • Ensure players contribution is analysed
        • Develop intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
        • All team members acknowledge to work of others
        • Appoint an effect on field leader

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