Team Building

>Communication in small groups
>Linked Topics
“During small group communication, interdependent participants analyze data, evaluate the nature of the problem(s), decide and provide a possible solution or procedure. Additionally, small group communication provides strong feedback, unique contributions to the group as well as a critical thinking analysis and self-disclosure from each member. Small groups communicate through an interpersonal exchange process of information, feelings and active listening in both two types of small groups: primary groups and secondary groups” (Wikipedia, Communication in small groups)

>Team Effectiveness
Team effectiveness (also referred to as group effectiveness) is the capacity a team has to accomplish the goals or objectives administered by an authorized personnel or the organization. A team is a collection of individuals who are interdependent in their tasks, share responsibility for outcomes, and view themselves as a unit embedded in an institutional or organizational system which operates within the established boundaries of that system.” (Wikepedia, Team Effectiveness)

Academic Journals (Wikepedia, Group Dynamics)

Online Classes

Teamwork & Collaboration | edX

Free Online Course: Teamwork Skills: Communicating Effectively in Groups from Coursera | Class Central

Team Building edX Courses | View all online courses on

team building – free online courses/MOOC search results | Class Central

200+ Communication Skills Courses [2020] | Learn Online for Free | Class Central

Drumming and Rhythm for Team Building:

>Benefits of Team Drumming

>Proven Benefits of Corporate Drumming

>Team Building in Drum Circles

>Drum Circles bring Resilience, Wellness, and Creativity to the Workplace

>Team Rhythm Workshops – Youtube

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