“Performance is your reality. Forget everything else.” Harold S. Green
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You’re a leader of a team and you’ve invested a lot of time working through the kinks that come with making the members play nice together in the sandbox. Not only are they playing nice together, they’re collaborating and supporting each other in solving problems and delivering results. It’s every leader’s dream to have a high performing team and you’re living it.
Now the challenge is to keep the team’s performance at this level. To do this, let’s start with team dynamics basics. For most, this means going back to the stages of group development first proposed by Bruce Tuckman: Forming – Storming – Norming – Performing.