Team Performance Review
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Most people take about 5 minutes to answer all of these questions.

When you're finished, calculate your score by adding up the following points for each question: Strongly Disagree = 2 points, Disagree = 4 points, Neutral = 6 points, Agree = 8 points, and Strongly Agree = 10 points

Choose the response that most closely matches the current state of the team that you're a member of.  You may take this assessment individually or collectively with your team.  "Team" is used throughout the assessment and refers to a variety of collaborations within and between organizations, such as a project team, a nonprofit board, or a coalition.
Purpose/Mission Statement: If you were to ask your fellow members why the team was formed, everyone would have the same response.

Note: There is a shared understanding about why the team exists and what it is working to achieve.
Strategic Direction: Team members know the goals or objectives that they are working towards and understand how they will be achieved.

Note: This includes goals or objectives developed through a strategic planning process.
Defined Responsibilities: Team members have specific responsibilities and know what key tasks each other is responsible for.

Note: Depending on the needs of the team, responsibilities can be formally defined, like a job description.
Performance Support: Team members have the information, tools, and other resources needed to carry out their roles and responsibilities.

Note: Types and level of support may range from information sharing to training and technical assistance.
Decision Making: Members actively participate in decision making through a process that reflects their buy-in and support.

Note: This can be in writing, like Robert's Rules of Order, or an unwritten practice that is consistently used, such as consensus or majority vote.
Problem Solving/Conflict Resolution: Issues that directly impact the work of the team and disagreements among team members are routinely surfaced and addressed.  Team members have the capacity to take corrective actions, as needed.

Accountability: The team holds its members accountable for following through on agreements made.  Team members are willing to call their peers on behaviors and actions that are counter-productive to the team.  They are also willing to abide by the consequences of not honoring their commitments.

Open Communication: Team members routinely share information with each other and interactions are characterized by honesty and mutual respect.  They are also willing to admit weaknesses and mistakes.

Trust: Team members believe that their peers are acting on the basis of good intentions.  Self-protection is not a primary concern since they are comfortable being vulnerable with each other.  Team members are also comfortable challenging each other for the good of the team.

Diversity: Team members represent a variety of stakeholders.  Diversity is represented in terms of tangible and intangible characteristics.  Differences are valued rather than expecting team members to conform to a particular way of thinking.

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