An organizational behavior is a research study on employees interactions as an individual or as a team within the organization. The structure focuses on two areas, individual behavior and group behaviors which may cause an impact to the organization. Performances such as leadership, learning, motivation, team building, and conflicts. The goals of organizational behavior is to explain, predict, and influence behaviors that will impact the morale of an organization.
As the leader of the team, you must be extremely aware of your leadership style and techniques. Most effective team leaders build their relationships of trust and loyalty, rather than fear or the power of their positions. Trust is the key element of a team sturdiness. Team members have to learn to trust one another and find ways to work cooperatively to achieve common goals. Managers can help this process along by implementing strategies that can develop team stability.
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Management,Organizational studies and human resource management,team development