A Dynamic and Temporal Analysis of Team Resilience within the Australian Defence Force
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The maintenance or quick recovery of a collective’s functioning in response to adverse or stressful events resembles the construct resilience. In response to the growing academic and applied attention of collective resilience, there is a need to consolidate current understanding and extend the conceptual knowledge that surrounds team resilience. The overarching purpose of this thesis was to advance conceptual and empirical knowledge of resilience within team and multi-team systems.
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