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• Self Leadership:
the application of mental and behavioral self-leadership strategies that enable team members to provide themselves with self direction and self motivation, and ultimately to become effective, personally empowered contributors to their team.
• Behavioral Aspects of Team Self-Leadership
Team Self Observation, Team Self-Goal Setting, Team Cue Modification, Team Self-Reward and Self-Punishment, Team Rehearsal
o Team Self Observation
teams collective effort to purposefully observe and record its behavior and performance, as well as attempt to understand the antecendents and consequences associated with those actions
o Team Self-Goal-Setting
focus for teams is shared goals of the team as a whole, group as a whole should establish the goals
o Team Cue Modification
teams removing things that cause bad behavior and increasing things that promote good behavior
o Team Self-Reward and Self Punishment:
providing rewards to one another and to the group that strengthen and increase good behaviors
o Team Rehearsal
can be done overtly or covertly by teams, practice should be initiated and directed by the team as a whole rather than by an individual team member.
o Group mind:
emergence of a group pattern of thinking, teams enhance their performance through the collective application of specific mental strategies that result in a team mode of thinking
o Team Beliefs and Assumptions:
groups can develop extreme thinking, many dysfunctional ways of thinking.
o Team Self Talk:
group self talk can influence group performance, tendency to put social pressure on a member that deviates, can lead to defective decision making on part of the group
o Team Mental Imagery
increasing performance by using group mental imagery to establish a common vision, having a common vision of what wants to be accomplished
o Thought Patterns
can be opportunity or obstacle thinkers, What the team thinks its potential is can affect how they perform
o Networking:
connecting people to create mutually beneficial relationships, skill used by individuals to bring two or more people together
o Shared leadership
dynamic interactive influence process in which team members lead one another to accomplish team goals successfully.
o Groupthink
the tendency for groups to become overly conforming and ineffective in their decision making.
• Self Leadership:
the application of mental and behavioral self-leadership strategies that enable team members to provide themselves with self direction and self motivation, and ultimately to become effective, personally empowered contributors to their team.
• Behavioral Aspects of Team Self-Leadership
Team Self Observation, Team Self-Goal Setting, Team Cue Modification, Team Self-Reward and Self-Punishment, Team Rehearsal
o Team Self Observation
teams collective effort to purposefully observe and record its behavior and performance, as well as attempt to understand the antecendents and consequences associated with those actions
o Team Self-Goal-Setting
focus for teams is shared goals of the team as a whole, group as a whole should establish the goals
o Team Cue Modification
teams removing things that cause bad behavior and increasing things that promote good behavior
o Team Self-Reward and Self Punishment:
providing rewards to one another and to the group that strengthen and increase good behaviors
o Team Rehearsal
can be done overtly or covertly by teams, practice should be initiated and directed by the team as a whole rather than by an individual team member.
o Group mind:
emergence of a group pattern of thinking, teams enhance their performance through the collective application of specific mental strategies that result in a team mode of thinking
o Team Beliefs and Assumptions:
groups can develop extreme thinking, many dysfunctional ways of thinking.
o Team Self Talk:
group self talk can influence group performance, tendency to put social pressure on a member that deviates, can lead to defective decision making on part of the group
o Team Mental Imagery
increasing performance by using group mental imagery to establish a common vision, having a common vision of what wants to be accomplished
o Thought Patterns
can be opportunity or obstacle thinkers, What the team thinks its potential is can affect how they perform
o Networking:
connecting people to create mutually beneficial relationships, skill used by individuals to bring two or more people together
o Shared leadership
dynamic interactive influence process in which team members lead one another to accomplish team goals successfully.
o Groupthink
the tendency for groups to become overly conforming and ineffective in their decision making.