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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 3355-3364

Impact Of Group Cohesion And Team Efficacy On The performance Of School Volleyball Players

Salma Sajid, Dr. Muhammad Farhan Tabassum, Dr. Sana Ullah Khan, Saadia Mahmood-ul-Hassan, Rabia Karim, Ayesha Qudus.


Recent research has initiated that supposed material exchange between Volleyball players’ performance was positively associated with greater group cohesiveness and team efficacy.The purpose of the current research was to cover the results and test if (a) the group cohesion and team efficacy have positive effect on volleyball players’ performance (b) Group cohesion, team efficacy and volleyball players’ performance is correlated with one another. For this purpose, 200 school level volleyball female players completed the questionnaire about cohesion efficacy and performance. Two composite measures were used to examine the individual performance. Regression analysis supported the two-facilitating relationship with group cohesion, team efficacy and athletic performance. Statistical analysis showed that there was an optimistic relationship between group cohesion and team efficacy. Moreover, results presented that the variables of team efficacy have positive and strong effects on school volleyball players’ performance but the group cohesion has negative effect on female volleyball players’ performance. According to the findings it is suggested that the school level female volleyball players should have team efficacy along with other factors to fulfill the deficiencies and to achieve their desired goals. Team efficacy can increase the chances to improve the trust level of team members, team compassion, friendly environment with skills related training, which may lead the team to achieve their goals more effectively. Team members and their coaches should develop high level of team functioning, helping habits and decision-making power, both on and off the volleyball court to embed relationship with group cohesion and team efficacy.

Key words: Group Cohesion, Team Efficacy, Performance, Volleyball

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