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Stages of Group Development and Their Appropriate Leadership
Transcript of Stages of Group Development and Their Appropriate Leadership
Situational Leadership Styles
Development Stages & Leadership Styles
Stages of Group Development and Their Appropriate Leadership Styles
Northouse, Peter G. "Situational Leadership" [https://sites.google.com/a/stgregoryschool.org/mr- roberts/home/theoretical-and-applied-leadership/situational-leadership. Retrieved: November 28, 2014]
Stein, Judith. "Using the Stages of Team Development" [http://hrweb.mit.edu/learning- development/learning-topics/teams/articles/stages-development. Retrieved: November 28, 2014]
Smith, M. K. (2005). ‘Bruce W. Tuckman – forming, storming, norming and performing in groups, the encyclopaedia of informal education. [http://infed.org/mobi/bruce-w- tuckman-forming-storming-norming-and-performing-in-groups/. Retrieved: November 28, 2014].
Tuckman's Stages of Group Development
• Teaching/showing and telling how
• Giving feedback
• Facilitating self-reliant problem
• Encouraging feedback
• Sharing feedback
The purpose and goals are unclear
Members have varying degrees of commitment
Members are cautious and avoid responsibility
Few members dominate
Differences and confusion arise over goals and roles.
Struggles over approaches, direction, and control
Team is uncertain about how to deal with issues openly
Team gains confidence
Team agrees on approaches, goals, communication and leadership roles.
Team builds relationships
Members take full responsibility for tasks
Team achieves results
Team takes initiative
Members work proactively for the benefit of the team