Effects of Leadership Style
Effects of Leadership Style and Problem Structure on Work Group Process. The work is to be 3 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Thus, I can break down the two components which I think is the most important in the group dynamics task and relationship.I observed that in our group process of preparing the presentation, there are team members who are task-oriented and is focused on how to get the presentation done. They are very meticulous about punctuality during our meetings, doing our assigned research and tasks and our contribution to the group. They do not socialize that much with the other members of the group for reasons that may range from merely being shy to just wanting to get the presentation done. These group members prefer clarity in communication on what they should do more than the niceties of conversation. There is a downside with task-oriented people though, while task-oriented people can easily be asked to get things done, they are quite boring to work with because they lack interpersonal skills.The other component that fits the description of our group dynamics are those group members who are relationship oriented. For them, doing the presentation is more than just doing our part but also on being nice to each other and that it should be fun. I noticed that this type of group members take time to text and all other group members, not just about our presentation but other things as well. They also take time to socialize and talk about anything and could be pleasant to work with. Good and pleasant communication is important for them to work on their task (Mann, 1959).To illustrate the dynamics of our team when I did my presentation, I have prepared an SYMLOG diagram between this two type of group members in our team. I divided them into task and relationship, and negative and positive. The task and relationship grid describes their grouping and the positive and negative grid tells if their behaviour manifests the positive or negative aspect of the characteristic. I used the big circle for their dominant trait and the smaller circle for their less dominant trait. .