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15 Cards in this Set

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four cohesion components
multidimensional, dynamic, instrumental, affective
task cohesion
the degree to which group members work together to achieve common goals and objectives
social cohesion
the interpersonal attractions among group members
coacting teams
archery, bowling, golf, track, riflery, skiing, wrestling
mixed coacting/interacting teams
football, baseball/softball
interacting teams
basketball, field hockey, ice hockey, soccer, volleyball
level of cohesiveness, interactive vs coactive
the level of cohesiveness is greater in interactive sports than in coactive sports
MAPS approach to team building
Mission; Assessment; Plan: Systematic evaluation
MAPS: Mission
derive and clarify team mission
MAPS: Assessment
assess team strengths and areas needing improvement
MAPS: Plan
develop action plans to improve effort and commitment
MAPS: Systematic evaluation
reflect, review, and revise group goals and plans
strategies to build cohesiveness in exercise settings
distinctiveness, individual positions, group norms, individual sacrifices, interactions, communication
guidelines for building team cohesion: leader strategies
communicate effectively; explain individual roles in team success; develop pride within subunits; set challenging team goals; encourage team identity, avoid formation of social cliques, avoid excessive turnover, conduct periodic team meetings; know the team climate; get to know others
guidelines for building team cohesion: group member strategies
get to know members of the group; help group members whenever possible; give group members positive reinforcement; be responsible; communicate openly; give 100% effort