Are you fighting to stay alive?
Do you desire growth at the next level?
Erraticating Dysfunction is Key
By addressing these dysfunctions, teams can improve communication, build trust, increase accountability, and ultimately achieve better results. Effective leadership, clear communication, and a commitment to continuous improvement are key to building a strong, high-performing team.
This is the initial stage team members are on their best behavior. Members don't know the boundaries are just getting to know each other and are establishing a sense of direction & purpose.
This second stage team members are starting to jockey for position. Tension and conflict arise among team members, as they begin to establish dominance & identify goals and roles.
In this stage, team members begin to trust each other, communicate more clearly, establish behavioral boundaries and establish clear roles & goals and work more effectively.
A fully functional Team. Members are Committed to results. they communicate well, engage in healthy conflict, they are accountable & work together towards a common goal.