Supporting - Supporting Organizational Behavior Team C HCS\/370 September 12,2016 Connie Melton Intro Describe the impact of groups and teams on

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Supporting Organizational Behavior Team C HCS/370 September 12,2016 Connie Melton
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Intro
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Describe the impact of groups and teams on organizational behavior. Groups are important to personal development as they can provide support and encouragement to help individuals to make changes in behavior and attitude. Some groups also provide a setting to explore and discuss personal issues. A group setting can allow people to become more confident and learn new interpersonal, social and practical skills through observation as well as practice. These skills can be developed within a group setting and then effectively used in individual situations. Effective teams work on building and maintaining internal relationships. Team members are supportive; trust one another and have a lot of fun together. Members also invest in developing relationships and building credibility with important stakeholders in other parts of the organization. Poor collaboration, low morale, cliques and silos characterize ineffective teams.
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Some individuals do not share team player attributes as their other counterparts.
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