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Team Compact Team Center for Leadership Studies, Binghamton University 1 Compact
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Team Compact What Constitutes a High Performing Team? Phase 1: "Structuring the Group" Phase 2: "Building the Team" Phase 3: "Striving to be a Highly Developed Team" Center for Leadership Studies, Binghamton University 2
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Team Compact WHAT IS A TEAM COMPACT? - Establishes guidelines and boundaries for behavior. - Clarifies what's expected of each member at different stages of the group/team's development. - Determines a framework for interactions in the present as well as future time. - Initially it is an external contract that evolves to an internal commitment which all members are responsible for and held accountable. You must build conditional trust before you get to relational . WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? Members of highly developed teams have commented that one of their single biggest regrets concerning their team's development was not having a compact of expectations. PROCESS FOR DEVELOPING A SHARED TEAM COMPACT STEPS: 1. Review the characteristics and provide examples associated with each projected phase of a group's/team's development. Center for Leadership Studies, Binghamton University 3 2. Identify the characteristics/attributes you would include in a "shared" team compact for all group members.
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Team Compact TEAM COMPACT (1 of 3) Collective Ideal : Phase 1------------------ < "Structuring the Group" 1. INDIVIDUAL vs. GROUP ROLES Have the members discussed and agreed on how your group will deal with the balance between the respective needs of individuals and the needs of the group e.g., necessity for working as a group on projects? 2. COMPETITION
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