The three key principles of Team Role Theory, that have a significant impact on both team and individual performance, are Adaptation, Synchronisation and Stretch.
'Adaptation' is an important principle in team role theory: good adaptation produces high performance. Many examples of poor adaptation can be seen in everyday events.
Synchronisation is a technique that enables a team to make rapid progress in discussions: it involves all team members using the same team role at the same time.
Stretch is the difference between one preferences and behaviour, between Myers Briggs preferences and MTR-i team role.