Team challenge


“Individual commitment to a group effort-that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” – Vince Lombardi

Psychological background on Commitment as a team challenge

Commitment describes a person’s feelings of dedication and obligation to other people, tasks, causes or actions. Team commitment also includes the feeling of identification with and attachment to the goals and tasks shared by the team. The level of team member commitment has an impact on a variety of things, such as team effectiveness or relationships between team members. Studies have also shown effects of commitment on job satisfaction, team performance and altruism.
  • Trust between team members increases the individual’s commitment to the team.
  • Communication enhances relationships between team members and is necessary for establishing trust.
  • Training and Development help employees fit in well at the workplace and are essential for enhancing their engagement and commitment.
  • Reward and Recognition show the employees that everyone’s contribution is valued and important for achieving your goals.
Theoretical Model behind the team challenge Commitment

Recommended team workshops for Commitment


Individual Goal Setting

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