Forming, storming, norming, performing: Your 10-minute guide to developing an effective team

It can be incredibly rewarding to bring a new team together, but hard work to help all of its members start working well together.

Written by Suzanne White
Published 30 January 2019
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Forming, storming, norming, performing: Your 10-minute guide to developing an effective team
Our new 10-minute guide will help managers in your organization deal with the challenges that new teams present. In the guide, we explain the stages that new teams go through, and we offer tools and tips that managers can use to help team members work together effectively.

We understand that both you and your managers are busy, so we've designed our guidance to be both quick to read, and easy to apply.

Please feel free to share the guide with managers in your organization. Click here to download your copy.

About the author

Suzanne White

Suzanne White

Performance and Development Manager
Suzanne has been working in the Client Success team since 2013 in a variety of roles, including managing client accounts and managing the team itself. Most recently, she has been focusing on ensuring the team delivers a top quality, consistent service to all clients in her role of Client Success Quality Manager. She has a real passion for L&D and also has two lively toddlers at home that keep her on her toes.

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