Chapter 7 - PROCESS FOR UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN...

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PROCESS FOR UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS Chapter 7 Copyright 2010, Vandeveer 1 Putting It All Together Understanding Me Understanding Me Understandin g Others Understanding Organizations
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PART 3 UNDERSTANDING OTHERS Chapter 7 Turning People into Team Players Chapter 7 Copyright 2011,  Vandeveer, Menefee 2
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LEARNING OUTCOMES Explain why the popularity of teams in the workplace. Identify the different team player roles. Illustrate the difference between role expectation and role perception. Describe “social loafing.” Contrast the cultural differences between groups of people. Explain synergy in teamwork. Through self assessment gain a greater understanding on one’s own orientation to being a team player Chapter 7 Copyright 2011,  Vandeveer, Menefee 3
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TURNING PEOPLE INTO TEAM PLAYERS “Teamwork is the essence of life. If there is one thing on which I’m an authority, it’s how to blend the talents and strengths of individuals into a force that becomes greater that the sum of its parts.” Pat Riley, NBA Coach Chapter 7 Copyright 2011,  Vandeveer, Menefee 4
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WHY STUDY TEAMS? Team skills are needed and valued by employers. To develop the interpersonal skills necessary in understanding team skills. To capitalize on (take advantage of… effectively use) complementary skills leading to improvements in productivity and performance. Chapter 7 Copyright 2011,  Vandeveer, Menefee 5
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A team is a group whose individual efforts result in performance greater than the sum of individual inputs and the result is termed synergy . Chapter 7
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Chapter 7 - PROCESS FOR UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN...

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