Leaders and employees are not always prepared to succeed on virtual teams, especially when they are composed of people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Topic: Leadership, Teams, Emotional Intelligence, Job Satisfaction
Publication: Small Group Research (JAN 2011)
Article: Managers’ Trait Emotional Intelligence and Group Outcomes: The Case of Group Job Satisfaction
Authors: L. Zampetakis & V. Moustakis
Reviewed By: Allison B. Siminovsky
Topic: Teams Publication: Small Group Research Article: Group size, group development, and group productivity. Author: S.A. Wheelan Featured by: Lit Digger When it comes to workgroup teams, YES! You have already probably noticed that working in larger groups often means less cohesiveness and less participation from group members, and often the opportunity for more free-riding. But have you ever wondered if group size matters?