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Building a competitive team: Three domains that can improve your teamís performance PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Thursday, 26 January 2012

ImageIn the February 2012 Slowinski at-large, I discuss the evaluation of three critical areas to help get the most out of your team.  These include skill set assessments for knowing what a player can be expected to do in competition, evaluation of shared team goals and determining team social support.  

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CORRECTED TEAM ASSESSMENT


 Questions to determine a player’s Group
Integration Task orientation

1. Our team members are collectively united in
reaching our team’s performance goals.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

2. Everyone on the team takes responsibility for
poor tournament performances.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

3. There are conflicting aspirations for our team’s
performances.
Very True (-2) True (-1) Neutral (0) False (+1) Very False (+2)

4. Our entire team communicates openly about
everyone’s responsibilities during practice as well
as in competition.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

5. Our entire team has very high goals for this team.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

TOTAL SCORE:
+10 High Perceived Unity of Goals
– 10 Low Perceived Unity of Goals

Questions to determine a player’s Individual
Attraction to Group Task orientation

1. I am satisfied with the number of tournaments
that I bowl with the team.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

2. I feel that I am given adequate opportunities to
demonstrate that I can contribute to the team.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

3. The team’s training program provides me with
the opportunity to improve my game.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

4. The way we break down the lanes and move as a
team unit in competition helps us score the highest
possible throughout the tournament.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

5. The coach makes recommendations for adjustments
on the lane that are good for the team most
of the time.
Very True (+2) True (+1) Neutral (0) False (-1) Very False (-2)

TOTAL SCORE:
+10 High Perceived Unity of Goals
– 10 Low Perceived Unity of Goals

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 18 September 2012 )
 
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