Team Resilience Model

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Model Components

Clarity
Having a compelling, mutually designed, sense of direction. A clear sense of purpose, working behaviours and values with clear expectations and accountabilities.

Commitment
A team’s persistence to remain focused on their goals, despite difficult deadlines and changing demands.

Confidence
Belief in the team to successfully complete tasks that may be considered too difficult by other teams with similar abilities. Team efficacy and optimism.

Control
The team’s ability to manage their emotions.

Challenge
Whether the team sees challenges as problems and setbacks or opportunities and situations to aid team growth and understanding.

Support
The extent to which team members are kind, compassionate and supportive to themselves and team members.

Trust
Vulnerability based trust, on an emotional level where members of the team are comfortable being vulnerable with each other about weaknesses, mistakes, fears and behaviours.