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Stages of Team development Your name goes here Your course position goes here Your totem goes here, you may use a build if you desire
NE-II Learning Objectives As a result of this session you will: Develop the ability to recognize the stages of development associated with a team Understand the characteristics of each of the four stages of team development Understand the concepts of skill level and enthusiasm, and how they relate to the four stages of team development
NE-II Learning Objectives Develop the ability to recognize the stages of development associated with a team Understand the characteristics of each of the four stages of team development Understand the concepts of skill level and enthusiasm, and how they relate to the four stages of team development As a result of this session you will:
NE-II How Teams Develop Forming Storming Norming Performing Bruce W. Tuchman suggested in 1965 that as teams develop they progress through four common stages
NE-II How Teams Develop
NE-II Stages of Team Development Forming Most team members eager to be on the team – Enthusiasm is high Clarity of norms, roles, goals and timelines is lacking Anxiety about trusting other team members High dependence on leadership figure for purpose and direction Primary Issues: personal well being, acceptance and trust
NE-II Stages of Team Development Forming Storming Team discovers discrepancy between initial expectation and reality Negative reaction to each other; Subgroups polarize team Trust is lowered with breakdown of communication Primary issues: power, control and conflict
NE-II Stages of Team Development Forming Storming Norming As issues are addressed, enthusiasm begins to rise Productivity and technical skills increase leading to positive, even euphoric feelings Trust and cohesion grow as communication becomes more open and task oriented Increased clarity and commitment to purpose, values, norms, roles and goals New issues are sharing of control and avoidance of conflict
NE-II Stages of Team Development Forming StormingNorming Performing Skill level and enthusiasm are high and reinforce each other Pride and excitement come from being part of a high-performing team Performance is the primary focus - Standards are high there is a commitment to continuous improvement Clarity exists for purpose, roles and goals Trust and mutual respect are the norm Communication is open, leadership is shared Issues include continued refinements and growth
NE-II Variables of Team Development Enthusiasm (morale) Skill Level (productivity) Starts out high then dips as reality sets in Rises as the team works through its problems Starts out low Rises as the team becomes productive Skill Level and Enthusiasm are both high when a team becomes a HIGH PERFORMING TEAM.
NE-II Where is Your Patrol?
NE-II Here are some examples from Remember the Titans Walt Disney Pictures, 2000 Year is 1971 High School is being integrated New coach appointed to take over football team Successful and popular former coach demoted to assistant Two coaches are as opposite as can be How did this team form ?
NE-II Clip #1: Forming Enthusiasm is high, skill level is low Watch the team for: Eagerness High and unrealistic expectations Anxiety about how players will fit in What demands will be placed on them *
NE-II Clip #2: Storming Enthusiasm has dropped, skill level continues to be low. Watch the team for: Difficulty working together Frustration Negativity Communication breakdowns Dissatisfaction with leadership *
NE-II Clip #3: Norming Enthusiasm and skill level are rising. Things to watch for in this clip: Euphoric, positive feelings Team members valuing their differences Team members start thinking we rather than I *
NE-II Clip #4: Performing Enthusiasm and skill level are high. Things to watch for in this clip: Pride and confidence Purpose and goals are clear Communication is open Leadership is shared *
NE-II Now for a Story of Yours
NE-II SUMMARY Understanding the Stages of Team Development Enables us to anticipate what a team is likely to go through Enables us to use appropriate strategies to smooth the progress of the team through each stage Suggests suitable leadership and behaviors during each stage Its Not Set in Stone Different teams proceed at different speeds A team may sometimes regress to an earlier stage A team may be in different stages with respect to different aspects of its mission
NE-II Learning Objectives Review You should be able to: 1. Recognize the stages of development associated with a team Forming Storming Norming Performing
NE-II Learning Objectives Review You should be able to: 2. Understand the characteristics of each of the four stages of team development Forming: Excitement of members - Lack of norms, goals and trust Storming: Discrepancy between expectations and reality. Sub groups polarize the team Norming: Issues are being addressed – trust and cohesion grow. Avoidance of conflict Performing: Clarity of purpose, roles and goal. Trust and respect are the norm.
NE-II Learning Objectives Review You should be able to: 3. Understand the concepts of skill level and enthusiasm, and how they relate to the four stages of team development Skill level / productivity: Steadily increases as the team develops. Enthusiasm / morale: Starts high, drops in the storming stage, begins to rise in the norming stage, high in the performing stage.
NE-II Thank You! Your totem goes here, you may use a build if you desire
NE-II Change control log DateVersionChangesBy Jan. 14, templateFred M. Stringer