What Is Team Effectiveness?
Team effectiveness is the capacity a team has
to established the goal or objectives
administered by an authorized personnel or
What Makes An Effective
Basic elements of effectiveness :
Good communication & Social Skills.
Positive interdependence : We instead of me.
Individual Accountability / Personal
Processes for Conflict Resolution.
Factors Affecting Team
The right mix Skills : Bringing together the people
having different skills that complement each other.
The right motivation : Team effectiveness is directly
related to the interest that team is having on the project
The ability to solve to conflicts without comprising the
quality of the project.
Strategy To Improve Team
The task of building better teams and improving
their effectiveness can be broken down into four
simple and straight forward Steps :
Clarify your team mission
Set up the goals !
Create a plans
Conduct programs reviews
People develop their roles based on their own
expectations, team’s expectation and the
Members roles fit into three categories:
First : Task-oriented roles
Second : self-oriented roles
Communication Skills For
Managers As Senders
Encode message in symbols the receiver understands.
Select the medium appropriate for the message And
monitored by the receiver.
Avoid filtering ( holding back information ) and
distortion as the message passes through other workers.
Send clear and complete message.
Ensure the feedback mechanism is include in the
Provide accurate information avoid rumors.
Team Communication Process
As you join organization you will enter team
situation that are already underway, but any easy
way to understand much of a team’s
communication is to think in terms of its
development process. Productive team
communication is built in a series of stages, each of
which include serial important components ;
forming the teams, getting acquainted, defining the
team’s task, organizing the work communication
and ongoing management process.
Dimension Influencing Team
Members are loyal to one another and the leader.
Members and leaders have high degree of
confidence and trust in each other.
The group is eager to help members develop their
The members communicate fully and frankly all
information relevant to the teams activities.
Members feel secure in making decision that seen
appropriate to them