Barriers to Effective Team Building
Teams are formed to ease the work pressure on the individual and achieve the targets within the desired time frame. In teams, individuals share responsibilities among themselves, help each other to accomplish a complicated task. The team members must be comfortable with each other and be a little more flexible and adjusting.
Bringing individuals together is easy, but making them perform is difficult. Giving them task is easy, but expecting the best from them is tough
Lets go through the below example.
When a cricket team loses a game of cricket, we often hear people saying The batsman did not understand what his fellow batsman wanted to communicate, ran for a run and got out
There was poor coordination between the bowler and the fielder
The batsman was actually more interested in completing his century rather than winning the game
The fielder was lazy and could not save the run
What do the above factors indicate?
They are actually the various hurdles which prevented the cricket team to win the game.
The barriers to team building restrict the team members to perform and eventually their performance goes down and the organization is at loss.
Let us understand the various barriers to team building and the methods to overcome them:
One should never forget the objective of his team. Adopt a positive attitude and always strive hard to give your level best without worrying about who is dating whom or who is bosss favourite?These things does not matter in the long run. Behave nicely with everyone and avoid being rude. Be a little more involved in your work.
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