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Tuckman’s model explains the different stages that teams go through until they transform into high-performance teams.
The model helps you understand your teams and have a better knowledge of how to help and support them.
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Different members start losing shyness and begin to express their characteristics and points of view. Conflicts are healthy, but the team need to work on them.
The Role of the Leader
The leader will coach the team, encouraging the participation of the different worke...
This a high-performance team, capable of carrying out their tasks with a great degree of autonomy and an excellent level of effectiveness
Delegating tasks and responsibilities, and transferring trust and respect.
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The team is just formed, so the team members don't know each other and don't have a clear understanding of the purpose and vision of the team.
The Role of the Leader in the Forming Stage
The key is to guide the team, develop working agreements, and set the direction t...
Conflict gives way to understanding and cohesion.
The Role of the Leader
Good harmony allows the leader to take a step back and act as a facilitator.
Management 3.0 practices
High-performance teams must disband because they have fully fulfilled their mission.
Celebrate the team’s achievements to reinforce the professionals’ sense of pride and satisfaction and instil motivation for future assignments.
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A model for analysing your teams and detecting different behaviours and patterns.
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The Heart/Will/Head model defines three types of people and how they view the world around them.
Using this model is valuable for managers to build stronger teams en get the best work out of each member.
Teams are made up of individuals who have different outlooks and abilities, and are at different stages of their careers. Some may be challenged by the tasks you assign and need help while others may be unchallenged, and may be looking for opportunities to stretch their skills.
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