“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.” – Pablo Picasso
Psychological background on Team Goal as a team challenge
A goal is a clearly stated idea of the future or desired outcome that a person or a group of people envision, plan and commit to achieve.
Team goals lead to team effectiveness. To agree on and work towards a common goal includes goal and process clarity, high functioning communication, team cohesion and coordination within the team and the organization.
Studies have shown that having a team goal, or a team goal plus an individual goal, can result in performance that is better than having individual goals or no goal.
Autonomy leads to higher motivation and commitment to your goal which helps to achieve your team goal faster.
Feedback for their tasks helps employees to increase their performance and stay commited to the team goal.
Values that are established within your team help them to settle on a team goal, towards which everyone is willing to work.
Recognition by colleagues or a supervisor motivates employees to perform at high levels and to contribute to achieving the team goal.
Theoretical Model behind the team challenge Team Goal
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