Fact - Most Teams are not operating anywhere near their true potential.
We guide leaders to navigate The Five Dysfunctions of a Team through impactful workshops / training so that they may unleash their team's true potential.
A word of caution - If you and your team are experiencing moderate to significant team dysfunctions, my strongest recommendation is to not attempt to complete these activities on your own.
Over the last several years, we have helped many executive and management teams improve how they work together. By far the most powerful resource we have used is "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team" by Patrick Lencioni.
A question we are often asked is, "What exercises/activities do you have to improve the Five Dysfunctions of a Team?"
You must regularly "slow down to speed up". If you have completed The Five Dysfunctions of a Team workshop, you should continually do the activities from the workbook. I recommend doing so frequently - especially with new team members.
Biannually or at least annually companies can greatly benefit from completing a Five Dysfunctions of a Team workshop. This workshop, which is completed in two days, is the best way to improve team effectiveness. However, you can also use this infographic as a guide to making your team cohesive.
Check out this Five Dysfunctions of a Team Infographic and use it as a guide to improving your team.
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