Stages Of Team Development

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Stages of team development and how leaders can support their team in each development stage.

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  • Stages Of Team Development

    1. 1. Stages of team development 1. Testing (forming) 2. In-fighting (storming) 3. Getting organised (norming) 4. Mature rapport (performing) Adjourning (disperse) M ourning
    2. 2. Forming Polite Impersonal Watchful Silence Concern for structure Guarded Anxiety Dependence on leader
    3. 3. Storming Rebellion Feeling stuck Sub-grouping Confronting people Opting out Conflicts Noisy
    4. 4. Norming Confronting issues Giving feedback Developing skills Clearer roles emerging More/better listening More open exchanges Move to group cohesion Establishing procedures and norms
    5. 5. Performing Resourceful Flexible Effective Openness Settled interdependence Close and supportive Energy task related
    6. 6. FORMING : Individuals begin to see themselves as a group with a common task. Issues are involvement and cohesion. STORMING : Group members vie for leadership and control. Issues are direction and conflict management. NORMING : Group develops expectations about correct behaviours and an identity. Issues are agreeing on expectations and how to deal with the failure of some to meet group expectations. PERFORMING : Group members are actively involved in doing a task, accomplishing some objectives. Issues are individual performance and co-ordination.
    7. 7. Leading a project team Development project team Forming Storming Norming Performing High Low Competence project team Committment project team
    8. 8. Leading a project team Style of Leadership Telling Selling Participating Delegating Much Little Task oriented Relation oriented
    9. 9. Leading a project team Commitment/ energy project team Development project team Forming Storming Norming Performing High Low Competence project team Style of leadership Telling Selling Participating Delegating Much Little Instruct Coach

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