- A clear sense of direction with a shared purpose
- Capable team with the competencies and talent to accomplish goals.
- Clear and enticing responsibilities
- Efficient team processes for communicating, meeting, decision making etc.
- Constructive interpersonal relationships
- Team member recognition and reward
- Constructive key stakeholder relationships
- Forming: a group of people come together to accomplish a shared purpose.
- Storming: Disagreement about priorities and approaches combined with the fact that team members are getting to know each other can cause strained
relationships and conflict.
- Norming: The team has consciously or unconsciously formed working relationships that are enabling progress on team objectives.
- Performing: Relationships, team processes, and the team’s effectiveness in working on its objectives are synchronising to bring about a successfully
- Transforming: The team is performing so well that members believe it is the most successful team they have experienced; or
Ending: The team has completed its mission or purpose and it is time for the team to break up to pursue other goals or projects.