affective or interpersonal stage
this stage of meetings is typified by disagreements among members of the team.
leader who is "officially" chosen.
a team technique for generating ideas.
collective sampling bias
a tendency to focus on shared information.
a stage of a meeting that occurs after the project or problem is defined. it is the time in which team members work through problems.
informed and deliberate agreement.
substantive material than can be processed.
this type of leader wants to reflect the team's wishes.
an informal leader in the team whose ranking could compete with the assigned leaders role.
fear of being judged or assessed, hence a team member will not present his or her idea.
doing what is easiest or what the majority wants without regard to new or different ideas.
this type of leader demonstrates no leadership skills.
the first stage of meeting, which is characterized by defining the problem or project.
this type of leader will consider input from the team before making decisions.
a sub-stage of the conflict stage of meetings, which is characterized by disagreement surrounding the process.
the running or operations of a meeting.
an obstacle that prevents a team from operating optimally (e.g. only one person at a time can present an idea.
the final stage of meetings, after agreement has been reached, where the team comes together again for congratulations.
this stage is where teams reach agreement about what to do.
a person in this role primarily maintains social harmony.
the tendency of team members to not give "100%" when other resources are allocated to the team.
a sub-stage of the conflict stage, which is characterized by disagreements over issues.
a person whose role within a team is to ensure that tasks are accomplished.
a small number of people, with complementary skills, who are committed to a common purpose or goal.