Social Sciences & Psychology

Social Sciences & Psychology

GROUP INTERVENTION THROUGH MEETING EXERCISE GUIDELINE TO IMPROVE THE TEAM EFFECTIVENESS

Pages: 18  ,  Volume: 17  ,  Issue: 1 , November   2018
Received: 06 Dec 2018  ,  Published: 09 December 2018
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Authors

# Author Name
1 RAFIQA SAFITRI

Abstract

The purpose of this research was to improve team effectiveness through Meeting Exercise Guideline at PT AMFS. This research is a qualitative research using interview, observation, and questionnaire distribution methods. The sample population in this research were all the Sales Force Resources Management team, amounting to 14 people. Data collection instruments in this research used the Five Dysfunction Team questionnaire with a measuring instrument consisting of 38 items and divided into 5 dimensions, that is Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Result. The results in this research indicate that the intervention program made by the author in the form of Meeting Exercise Guideline was conducted in 3 meetings. However, even though the Meeting Exercise Guideline is only scheduled for 3 times, this program can be used as a guideline for daily team work meetings based on reference to the roadmap meeting exercise. With the Meeting Exercise Guideline, it is expected that a team can improve the productivity, relationships between team members, and the ability to adapt with the changing conditions and job demands so that the overall goals of the team and organization can be achieved.

Keywords

  • Team Effectiveness
  • Group intervention
  • Team meeting
  • Five Dysfunction Team
  • Meeting Exercise Guideline
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