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Collective intelligence or group thinking is an idea that by many minds working together, we can correct each other's errors in judgment and provide good results.
Companies employ intelligent...
The phenomenon of 'Groupthink' leads to ego clashes and reinforcement of existing biases. They somethings fail to reach any decision and may complicate matters further by incorporating all points o...
An extensive study in 'Groupthink' which included testing the social sensitivity, as well as the IQ of the individuals, showed that:
High-flying individuals, whose self-beliefs often impair their abilities o cooperate with others, can lead to a downfall of the team.
The constant jockeying for authority and imposing one's...
People with better social sensitivity and an emotional perception(higher EQ) are a better hire than those with individual performance scores.
Humble people who listen attentively, and admi...
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Dr. Bruce Tuckman, a psychology professor, synthesized team development into four basic stages: Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing.
This stage of teamwork is all about first meetings and first impressions.
What everyone needs most is a clear understanding of their part in the journey and a setup for building emotional connections. Setting goals together puts their skills and interests into the open.
Most teams go through the storming stage in some form or another because discord is inevitable. The key value to emphasize in the team is positive intent.
A little conflict is needed to bring upfront weak spots in projects and to bring new valid arguments to the table. But constant storming leads to the destruction of productivity, projects, and ultimately, the team itself.
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Sports is a big deal across the world, with die-hard fans who are extremely emotional towards their home teams. It is hard to pinpoint the motivations of a sports fan, and why a win or a loss of a ...
Sports psychologists have a list of why people love sports:
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