Team Cohesion Assessment Welcome to your Leadership Science Assessment on Team Cohesion. A perfect score on this Assessment is an important step to becoming a level 1 Certified Leadership Science Team Contributor! Name Email Affiliation Team Cohesion refers to which of the following? Whether the team members stick together no matter what That the members look like they are a team How a group forms into a team that works together toward common goals How long a team has stuck together even after a set back All of the above None of the above When a group or team characteristic is called "emergent" it means that: One individual is clearly the leader members can join which ever group they want A group of people enter into a conversation Over time, group members develop a shared view of how they will work together The rules of the road are set by the leader and are strictly enforced Which of the following is the best description of Team Cohesion It is only impacted by inter-personal behavior factors It has only task-oriented factors It can't be measured It has both task-oriented and inter-personal behavior factors Only leadership can impact it Which of the following best describes the feeling of Team Cohesion A sense of belonging among team members indicates Team Cohesion A sense of unity among team members indicates Team Cohesion A sense of closeness among team members indicates Team Cohesion A sense of unity, closeness, and belonging among team members indicates Team Cohesion A sense of both closeness and belonging among team members indicates Team Cohesion Which of the following best describes the work aspects of Team Cohesion A willingness to pull together to accomplish task is what indicates Team Cohesion A shared concentration to get the work done is what indicates Team Cohesion A shared focus on the work by team members is what indicates Team Cohesion A shared focus on work, getting the work done, and a willingness to pull together to do the work is what indicates Team Cohesion None of the other statements relate to Team Cohesion Please fill in the comment box below. Time is Up! Time's up Related
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