Psychology Night Research Posters and Presentations
 

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Nika BellFollow

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Project Abstract

Collective efficacy is a team's belief that it can be effective. It can lead to a variety of positive outcomes, such as improving a group's internal interactions and performance. If we learn how to increase collective efficacy, we can find ways to improve these outcomes. I used the DePaul library resources such as PsycINFO and PsycArticles, along with Google Scholar to find sources relating to collective efficacy and its predictors. I use this literature to summarize how individuals, teams, and organizations as a whole can improve a team’s efficacy through teamwork behaviors, leadership, and feedback. I conclude with future directions for team efficacy research.

Type of Research

Department Honors

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