The next part of this paper will address how these factors influence behaviour and team spirit, and eventually the overall team productivity.
Attitude and behaviour are quite interconnected with many studies reviewing that attitudes actually plays a key in shaping our behaviours.
Emotions thus influence the human behavior at work.
It is this understanding that has led to emergency of the Emotional Intelligence concept.
It is through hope that individual members of a team are able to put together their willpower to tackle a given task.
Within the team the high-hope persons are attentive, embrace the suitable behaviour for the task, and are motivated towards the achieving the desired output while avoiding negative influences and outcomes.
For example, in team meeting if a member has a dislike for coffee and the team is served with coffee that person will mostly likely turn down the offer.
Though the relationship between attitude and behaviour is very visible, it is extremely complex to determine the effect of an attitude on the behaviour outcome.
Team’s motivation, satisfaction, and performance greatly affect the level of productivity of a given organization by either impacting positively or negatively on the overall production output through individual inputs in the production process.
Thus individual workers level of motivation, satisfaction and performance is paramount to teams output.