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Stage 3: Norming In Tuckman's norming stage, team relations are characterized by cohesion. (Keep in mind that not all  teams reach this stage.) Team members actively acknowledge all members' contributions, build  community, maintain team focus and mission, and work to solve team issues. Members are willing to  change their preconceived ideas or opinions on the basis of facts presented by other members, and  they actively ask questions of one another. Leadership is shared, and cliques dissolve. As members  begin to know and identify with one another, the trust that individuals place in their colleagues fosters  cohesion within the team. During this stage of development, team members begin to experience a sense of group belonging 
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