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Forming is the first group where team members get to know each other and get to know their roles. This is followed by storming which is the stage where team members get to voice their opinions and disagreements. This leads to a lot of arguments and fighting among the group members. If they survive this group, it moves to norming where calm returns to the group and they focus on the goals and not the conflicts surrounding them. Lastly is the performing stage where the actual work gets done.
The group is in the storming stage where they tend to focus on conflicts rather than actually getting the work done. Disagreements over even minor issues are brought up during group discussions derailing the group from focusing on the goals and spending time arguing about inequality among other things. This leads to a slack in performance and little productivity is seen at this point in the
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