Group Dynamics

GroupDynamics

TheoreticalConcept That Relates To , Team Building, orCommunication

Inan organization, people work together in a group to achieve a commongoal. Group dynamics is the interaction between two or more peopleworking together in a group setting. It can be studied in a socialsetting, business, classroom setting, or a volunteering process. Ateam is a group is people with complementary skills working togetherto achieve a common goal. On the other hand, team building is theprocess that assists a team to evolve into a cohesive unit. Itenhances organizational efficiency and effectiveness. According toStashevskyand Levy (2014),it involves improving the skills, attitudes, and knowledge of teammembers into a high and integrated performance. Communication is oneof the strategies used to improve group dynamics and team building.This essay discusses how the concept of group dynamics, teambuilding, and communication creates efficiency in an organization.

Groupdynamics, team building, and communication play a significant role inan organization. Firstly, it encourages effectiveness of teamworkbecause members interact on a regular basis. Secondly, it influencesthe thinking and interaction of its team members. Thirdly, groupdynamism reduces the labor turnover and unrest due to the emotionalattachment among the members. Fourthly, group dynamism maximizesproductivity because members work as a cohesive group hence, thereis much cooperation. Fifthly, group dynamism gives its members jobsatisfaction, as well as encourages team spirit among members.Lastly, team building enhances organization proficiency,effectiveness, and efficiency. In addition, it removes obstacles thathinder group effectiveness. Accordingly, communication is animportant concept of group dynamics. In fact, it the prime feature ofcirculating information, analyzing data, and making decisions. Franz(2012) urges that the effectiveness of communication predict thesuccess of a team.

References

Franz,T. M. (2012).&nbspGroupdynamics and team interventions: Understanding and improving teamperformance.Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub.

Stashevsky,S., &amp Levy, S. (2014). The effects of teamwork quality on teamobjective and subjective outcomes.&nbspValuesin Shock. The role of contrasting management, economic, and religiousparadigms in the workplace,44.