Activities work best when they match the team’s culture and performance. Knowing what stage your team is in lets us build a plan that helps them get to the next level.
Team members are motivated but independent. They don’t all understand the team’s objectives.
Trust between team members grows. There is some tension; disagreements and arguments happen.
All team members work for a shared goal. They accept each other as they are.
The team members are competent, autonomous, and able to make decisions without supervision.
The team separates after they achieved their common goal.