Teams are vital for business survival. When top teams ask for team‐building what do they really mean? More importantly, what should they get? Explores the many possible objectives of team development and suggests a diagnostic framework for identifying the priority areas. Identifies the key elements of team performance as goals, roles, interpersonal relationships and processes (GRIP) as a basis to serve for diagnosis of priority issues to be addressed in a team development event. Discusses options for design and style of event or approach. Provides a checklist of key questions for identifying which of the GRIP elements needs to be addressed as a matter of priority.
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