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Tuckman: Four Stages of Group Development
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Bruce Tuckman's Four Stages of Team Development are, similar to Hersey and Blanchard's Situational Leadership, a simple way of envisaging the evolution and maturity of a team and its leader.


What is a High-Performance Team?
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A key role of a manager is to develop high-performance teams and continue to drive achievement within these. So, just what characterises a high-performance team?

The Managerial Grid – Blake and Mouton
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Five Dysfunctions of a Team (eLearning)
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Setting Effective Team Objectives
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Setting team objectives that are both motivational and realistic is a crucial aspect of driving productivity and performance within high-performance teams, and for developing initial capabilities. 

SMART Goals
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Upskilling Team Members
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In order to develop a high-performance team and maintain a growth in performance, managers need to be very specific in their targeted growth interventions. 

Johari Window
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Appraisals and Team Performance
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Appraisals mark formal milestones through which development can be documented and new actions or programmes planned, contributing to overall performance improvement within the team. 

Collaboration and Cooperation
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In order for a team to function highly, all the individual members must be working cohesively and collaboratively. 

Knowledge Sharing as a Development Tool
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In terms which constantly strive for improving performance, knowledge and experience sharing is crucial for group-wide functionality.