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Illumination of Stages of Team Development

UTSA CoB 4th Year Leadership
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N Larson

on 20 April 2015

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Transcript of Illumination of Stages of Team Development

Illuminators

FORMING

PERFORMING
ADJOURNING
STORMING
Positions and control are jockeyed for

Disputes are common

The most uncomfortable stage
NORMING
Stage 3:
NORMING: conflicts have been resolved and Team Unity emerges.

The Team figures out what they stand for and what is expected and required of each member

Team has resolved/moved beyond major conflicts

Member Roles are clear and team leadership is Normalized

Increased Team Unity and Harmony

Team leader facilitates task performance

The team coordinates actions and interact
The group is just coming together.

There is some uncertainty of roles within the group.

Extraverts may quickly assume leadership roles.
N Larson
Xavier Hardin
Jennifer Loredo
Carly Spencer
Aziz Alsuliman

Illumination of Stages of Team Development
THE
WHEN SOMETHING
NEEDS TO BE DONE...
...it's time to assemble the right Team.
"PHASE
2"

Forming: includes orientation and getting acquainted.
Storming: individual personalities and conflicts emerge
Norming: conflicts have been resolved and team unity emerges.
Performing: Major emphasis is placed on accomplishing the team's goals.
Adjourning: emphasis on wrapping up, gearing down, and signifying closure.
STORMING: individual personalities
and conflicts emerge
"Phase" 2
Performing: Major emphasis is placed on accomplishing the team's goals.
Stage 4:
An Effective Team
Thank You! Questions?
Goals accomplished
Removed Forming Stage Content

Stages of Effective Team Development
Functional Team to Self-Directed Team
Forming
A purpose or a goal is established that requires a group or team
A period of orientation and getting acquainted
Members explore what is acceptable behavior, and establish guidelines
Stage 1:
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