Team formation usually follows easily recognisable stages, known as “forming, storming, norming, and performing.” Psychologist Bruce Tucuman, who created this memorable phrase, later added a fifth stage, “adjourning or “mourning.” You can use Tuckman’s model to help your team reach the performing stage as quickly as possible.
First you identify the stage of development that your team is at. Then, you use strategies that move your team through to the next stage in the team formation process. With focus and hard work, you’ll quickly have a high-performing team.
For Creating Best Performing Teams Join our Course LDP 401: How to Develop Effective Team ?
|Lesson 1 Team Forming||40 Minutes|
|Lesson 2 Team Storming||40 Minutes|
|Lesson 3 Team Norming||40 Minutes|
|Lesson 4 Team Performing||40 Minutes|
|Lesson 5 Team Adjourning||40 Minutes|
|Q&A Session||20 Minutes|