Trust is very important, but it is a challenging feat to obtain. People within the group must trust one another that way each member will help others reach the overall goal and it makes sure that each team member can focus on one specific task without worrying if the others will complete their tasks. An example would be that if each member needs to collect different types of data, one member can finish collecting theirs and immediately know that the others have finished as well, where if they do not trust you, they will worry about not getting finished, covering another person’s job, and stress over slowing down the project. This is significant because if people are not trustable and people have to do other member’s jobs then it slows down the process and it takes longer to reach that special goal, whatever it may be. That is why I believe trust is important in teamwork, so try to be trustable and be smart about who you
active listening is a way of listening and responding to another person that improves mutual understanding. Often when people talk to each other, they don 't listen attentively. They are often distracted half listening half thinking about something else. When people are engaged in a conflict, they are often busy formulating a response to what is being said. so rather than paying attention, they focus on how they can respond to win the argument.
Communication is an essential part of group work (Pfrimmer, 2009). The risk of making error can be reduced by effective communication. For example, when the team is trying to finish a work, it would be more effective to do it along with communicating and being able to work together .This is the only way that can put the team on the safe side of reaching a goal effectively. On the other hand, Bannister et al., (2014) note that when a team have problems with communication, that might result in many things such as incomplete, inaccurate work and getting confused with the information. Team size is another factor that helps the team to effectively succeed.
In social situations people don't like looking like the bad guy. When asking for a favor you should start your request with "I need your help". Most people feel guilty if they do not help a person out and like to be the person helping so typically they will do you the favor. If you want to get someone to like you give them validation. Most people like to have validation for the actions they make in life.
Just because we now view people to be amazing doesn't mean that at one point in time they had to endure the pain of their ideas being rejected. Some people take the pain of being an outsider and turn it into motivation such as the stories stated above, but due to the lack of psychological strength others
The team-based structure also has a great defect. At the firs, if group leaders are without explicit request, the team lack of clarity. Although team members understand the common task, they may not very clear the task for themselves. And may interested in others work than ignoring their own work. For this problem, the good team should require has a group leader who has clear direction and good communication ability with others.
Context Motivation is regarded to be an important tool that can be utilized in accomplishing a given task. However, lack of motivation could result in inability to accomplish the task of poor performance. In this regard, it is worth noting that there are various factors that contribute to lack of motivation among individuals. Additionally, while an individual can be motivated at other times, some circumstances can make him or her to lack motivation. This reminds me of the time when we were doing group work that I realized that most of my group members were not motivated to do the assignment.
Effective listening requires that you ask yourself what you and your partner are thinking and feeling. Listening is most difficult when you are being told things that you don’t want to hear. People tend to cut in to reassure themselves that what the other person is saying is not what they really mean; they defend themselves and sometimes they even start attacking the other person. Effective listening requires that you listen attentively, compassionately and uncritically so as to allow room for your partner to trust you enough to talk about his/her most intimate thoughts and feelings without the risk of being judged or rejected. Here are some very helpful listening techniques as explained by Relate; the UK’s largest provider of relationship support:- • Forget about yourself: Put aside your own feelings and thoughts and aim to get an idea of what the other person is saying.
How often do you think you want to do something but then procrastinate until the choice is no longer available? To create a plan for your life and to live that plan successfully, you have to be a good decision maker. Sometimes people procrastinate related to decision making because they are lazy and just don't want to put forth the effort and time required. It is easier to complain about our dissatisfactions with our current life or talk about a potential decision than to actually make the decision. Maybe you fear making the wrong decision.
The four factors are discussed as discussed by Banhegyi and Banhegyi (2007:103) are as follows: Factor 1: Self Interest - Some of the employees in the organisation find themselves only concerned about how change will affect them and not necessarily worried about how it will benefit the organisation as a whole; Factor 2: Low tolerance to change - The second factor states there are people who do not like any kind of change and they prefer predictability, security and stability in their work environment; Factor 3: Misunderstanding – Poor communication usually leads to the insufficient flow of information and this may lead to misunderstanding regarding change; and Factor 4: Different assessments – The fourth factor states that there might be disagreements among employees regarding how the impending change will be of benefit to them or the costs associated to the change. Kotter and Schlesinger came up with the six approaches which were aimed at dealing with resistance to change. The steps have been discussed by Banhegyi