JLBC Performing ~ The group has indeed become a JLBC team.


JLBC Performing ~ The group has indeed become a JLBC team. This is the stage at which the JLBC team is at its best. Although there’s always room for improvement, at this stage, the team is fine-tuning its ability to work together well. The team will not only succeed but will reach its full potential.

Question: Can a team accomplish the task before the performing stage? Why, then, is the performing stage the one to strive for?

Question: Describe some ways a leader can move their team from forming to storming. Question: What will happen if the leader assets themself too quickly in the

storming stage? Describe how you would do better.

Question: How should a leader motivate their team to form? CONCLUSION

Summary: Leaders lead followers, but followers must have a purpose. The team’s life cycle helps to establish common sense and worthwhile goals. The unit can reach its fullest potential if the leader knows how to move the group through its life cycle. When forming a team, always start with the end goal in mind.

Remotivation: Teams that are highly motivated are the ones who have reached the performing stage.

Closure: Strive to get your team to the performing level.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

Note to the instructor: Every informal discussion should be followed by one or more hands-on activities reinforcing one or more of the concepts being discussed. These activities should last 25-30 minutes, giving about one hour total block of time for the leadership session at a typical JLBC meeting (25-30 minutes for the informal discussion, plus 25-30 minutes for the activities).

Along with any questions found in the activities themselves, you should be sure to ask, “How does this activity tie in with our discussion?” ~ The group has indeed become a JLBC team. This is the stage at which the JLBC team is at its best. Although there’s always room for improvement, at this stage, the team is fine-tuning its ability to work together well. The team will not only succeed but will reach its full potential.

Question: Can a team accomplish the task before the performing stage? Why, then, is the performing stage the one to strive for?

Question: Describe some ways a leader can move their team from forming to storming. Question: What will happen if the leader assets themself too quickly in the

storming stage? Describe how you would do better.

Question: How should a leader motivate their team to form? CONCLUSION

Summary: Leaders lead followers, but followers must have a purpose. The team’s life cycle helps to establish common sense and worthwhile goals. The unit can reach its fullest potential if the leader knows how to move the group through its life cycle. When forming a team, always start with the end goal in mind.

Remotivating: Teams that are highly motivated are the ones who have reached the performing stage.

Closure: Strive to get your team to the performing level.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

Note to the instructor: Every informal discussion should be followed by one or more hands-on activities reinforcing one or more of the concepts being discussed. These activities should last 25-30 minutes, giving about one-hour total block of time for the leadership session at a typical JLBC meeting (25-30 minutes for the informal discussion, plus 25-30 minutes for the activities).

Along with any questions found in the activities themselves, you should be sure to ask, “How does this activity tie in with our discussion?”

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