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  • 1. Establishing Positive Group Cultures Darren Grosch & Lindsey Ludwig 1. Forming Group members learn about each other 2. Storming and the task at hand. Group is cautious and polite. Indicators: As members continue to work together, unclear objectives, uninvolvement, they engage each other in arguments uncommitted members, confusion, low about the structure of the group which morale, hidden feelings, poor often are significantly emotional and listening, etc. illustrate a struggle for status in the group. Indicators: lack of cohesion, hidden agendas, conflicts, resentment, confrontation, volatility, anger 4. Performing Members support each other, manage their group process easily. Group members reach a conclusion and 3. Norming implement the conclusion. Indicators: Creatively, initiative, flexibility, Members move towards sense of belonging open relationships, pride, concerns within the group. They demonstrate for people, learning, confidence, high group-orientated behaviors. Members morale, successes establish rules about how they will archive their goal and communicate how to access this goal. Indicators: Questioning performance, reviewing/ 5. Adjourning clarify objective, changing/confirming roles, opening risky issues, As the group project ends, the group assertiveness, listening, testing new disbands in the adjournment phase ground, identifying strengths and weaknesses Facilitator Tips & SuggestionsSTAGE 1: FORMING STAGE 2: STORMING STAGE 3: NORMING STAGE 4: PERFORMING STAGE 4: ADJOURINGBuild group rapport, Set and maintain a Affirm the emerging Provide good tools Speak one-on-one,plan trust building positive tone, make norms, value and techniques for stay attentive toactivities, show sure ground rules are differences of the tasks, affirm group needs, preparecompassion & care, be observed, one-on-one opinion, guide group their good work, stay for the future, comepatient, establish time, influence calm through collaborative out of the way when together tomeaning, create keep disagreements negotiation, not needed celebrate, performculture of open from becoming encourage group norms closing ceremonycommunication personal conflicts