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Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing
Transcript of Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing
Tuckman: The "Ings" and Outs of Group Dynamics
Presented by Student Leadership Assistants:
Porsheness Ray and Lindsay Marshall
Center for Leadership
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
301 Bowen Thompson Student Union
Each step builds on the previous one
each step prepares for the performing stage
skipping any step effects performing negatively
with every new challenge the process repeats
What is Group Development?
The ability to manage and lead individuals in the establishment and execution of group goals.
What are Group Dynamics?
The interactions that influence the attitudes and behavior of people when they are grouped with others.
Thank you for attending!
March 3, 2014
Intro. To LCP 5:30-6:30 pm BTSU 316
March 17, 2014 iStand 5:30 Union Theater
March 25, 2014
Managing Conflict in Groups 5:30- 7 pm
The four corners of the room are marked, "Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing." When we read a scenario please walk to the corner of the room you feel corresponds with that scenario!
Please think about which stage you think your group is in. Write your group or organization on one of the shapes and place it on the Tuckman "scale" where you think your group is.
How to get from the current stage to the next?
Stage 1: Forming
Stage 2: Storming
What is Forming?
How can a group storm?
Identify members position in the organization and issues
Develop communication skills
Express differences of ideas, feelings, and opinions
Reacting to leadership
Members independent or counter dependent
What is storming?
How to apply forming?
Establish base level expectations
Agree on commons goals
Communication: bonding and making contact
Develop trust: members dependent one another
Stage 3: Norming
What is Norming?
Stage 4: Performing
What is performing?
How to Perform?
Achieving effective and satisfying results
Members work collaboratively
Members find solutions to problems using appropriate control
Members care about each other
The group established a unique identity
Members are interdependent
How to norm?
Appreciate and trust builds
Team confidence is high
More individual motivation
Purpose is defined
Leader reinforces team behavior
Team is committed
FORMING TO STORMING:
STORMING TO NORMING:
NORMING TO PERFORMING:
Set a mission.
Recognize need to move out of “forming” stage.
Leader must be directive
Figure out ways to build trust
define a reward structure
bring group together periodically to work on common tasks
decide once and for all to be on the team
Team leader should actively support and reinforce team behavior, facilitate the group for wins, create positive environment
Leader must ask for and expect results
Recognize, publicize team wins
Agree on individuals' roles and responsibilities
buy into objectives and activities
listen to each other
set and take team time together
have a vision
Praise and flatter each other
self-evaluate without a fuss
Share leadership role in team based on who does what the best
Share rewards and successes
Communicate all the time
Delegate freely within the team
Commit time to the team
Keep raising the bar--new, higher goals
Be selective of new team members; train to maintain the team spirit
What is Adjournment?
Team/student organization are in transition
Process of team members leaving and new ones replacing them
Redefine goals in this stage
PERFORMING TO ADJOURNING:
This stage will happen naturally as the group "performs"
The group will celebrate their accomplishments and reflect on what they could do to improve
New members join the group and the group will redefine goals
Tuckman: The "Ing's " and "Outs" of Group Dynamics