Tuckman Teamwork Survey

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Teamwork Survey

Objectives

This questionnaire will help you and your team to identify the stage of the Tuckman teamwork model that your team is currently operating in.

Directions

This questionnaire contains statements about teamwork. Next to each question, indicate how often your team displays each behaviour by using the following scoring system:
Almost never - 1
Seldom - 2
Occasionally - 3
Frequently - 4
Almost always - 5
No.
Question
Score
1.
We try to have set procedures to ensure that things are orderly and run smoothly (e.g. minimize interruptions; everyone gets the opportunity to have their say).

2.
We are quick to get on with the task on hand and do not spend too much time in the planning stage.

3.
Our team feels that we are all in it together and shares responsibilities for the team's success or failure.

4.
We have thorough procedures for agreeing on our objectives and planning the way we will perform our tasks.

5.
Team members are afraid or do not like to ask others for help

6.
We take our team's goals and objectives literally, and assume a shared understanding.

7.
We do not have fixed procedures; we make them up as the task or project progresses.

8.
As team leader, I try to keep order and contribute to the task at hand.

9.
We generate lots of ideals, but we do not use many because we fail to listen to them and reject them without fully understanding them.

10.
Team members do not fully trust the others members and closely monitor others who are working on a specific task.

11.
As team leader, I try to ensure that we follow the procedures, do not argue, do not interrupt, and keep to the point.

12.
We enjoy working together; we have a fun and productive time.

13.
We have accepted each other as members of the team.

14.
As team leader, I believe I am democratic and collaborative.

15.
We are trying to define the goal and what tasks need to be accomplished.

16.
Many of the team members have their own ideas

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