The Effect of Team Building on Self Esteem and Decision Making

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The Effect of Team Building on Self Esteem and Decision Making

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The Effect of Team Building on Communication Skills and Group Decision Making of Youth Organizations Aguas, E.L., David, J.M., Dungca, M.B.E., Fernandez, T.G.S., Nepomuceno, R.P., and Tiansay, M.C.B.

The study was conducted to determine the effect of team building on communication skills and group decision making skills of youth organizations. Experimental design particularly one group pre- test post test design was used. The independent variable was team building intervention and the dependent variables were communication skills and group decision making skills. The researchers used a non- probability sampling design, specifically purposive sampling. The participants of the study consisted of 45 youth organization members from We are Anime Club and Youth Ministry of San Agustin Church. Based on the results gathered, there is a significant difference on the group decision making skills and communication skills of the selected group before and after the team building activity.

A group is defined as the process of coming together, building and maintaining the relationship, and strengthening this relationship in order to achieve the set goals of a group. In order to guide a group into becoming a team that works productively, an intervention, such as a team building program may be administered. Team-building programs utilize an action-learning format that involves participants in a variety of creative exercises. Each of these activities requires the use of constructive team-based behaviors to be successful. Participants learn by doing. Each activity is discussed on completion with a trained facilitator who gives focus and direction to an analysis of what happened and why it happened. This time of discussion is where learning occurs – behavior modification based on experience. This will allow a group of people to interact and create a harmonious atmosphere (Ortigas, 1997). Since groups are being utilized more, research surrounding these...

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