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Chapter 7. Team Self-Leadership[1] or Wh... > Behavioral Aspects of Team Self-Lead...

Behavioral Aspects of Team Self-Leadership

Specific behavioral team self-leadership practices include team self-observation, team self-goal-setting, team cue modification, team self-reward/self-punishment, and team rehearsal (practice).

Team Self-Observation

At the team level, self-observation represents the team's collective effort to purposefully observe (and record) its behavior and performance, as well as attempt to understand the antecedents and consequences associated with those actions. Self-observation should be done by the team. Thus, team self-observation encompasses the group working as a collective to measure and understand its behavior. An example is the group seeking information needed to compare its performance with its production goals.


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