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Tuckman-High Performing teams

For Singapore HPT session
by

Brett Frazer

on 16 November 2013

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Transcript of Tuckman-High Performing teams

High Performing Teams
High-Performing Teams Don’t Just Happen;
They Are Created
The Tuckman Model
GRIP
A deeper sense of purpose
More ambitious performance goals
Better work approaches
Joint accountability towards a common purpose
Individual obligations to their specific roles
Complementary skill sets
Shared leadership where appropriate
Source: The Wisdom of Teams, J. Katzenbach and D. Smith
Goals:
* Team Purpose
* Goal Setting and Action Planning
Roles:
* Team Roles and Accountabilities
Interpersonal Relationships:
* Building Working Relationships
* Behavioral Groundrules
Processes:
* Meeting Management
* Communications Planning
* Stakeholder Management
* Decision-Making
* Conflict Management
* Change Management
Forming
Norming
Storming
Performing
Adjourning
How do I use GRIP to improve?
Forming
Build for success
Storming, Norming, Performing
Finding & Fixing
A High Performing Team Model
12 question assessment
Each team member invited to provide input
4 point scale (no neutral)
Results identify root causes & help prioritize resolution focus
Responses are anonymous
So how do you progress?
But what should I focus on?
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