5 Dysfunctions of a Team
Based on Patrick Lencioni’s best selling business fable, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team workshop is a powerful model for building a healthy functioning team at any level of an organisation. Its power lies in its accessibility and simplicity. Any team can improve their performance and intelligence with the use of this model.
Simple does not mean easy. Success in achieving great teamwork requires two things - commitment and discipline.
The benefits of this training are remarkable in developing a team culture based on five values -Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability and Results. Yes, conflict is crucial to the success of any team. This is positive conflict, a free and robust exchange of ideas and views on the issues with everything on the table. This can only take place where there is trust, the foundational value in this model.
The attributes of a great team are minimal politics, clarity, high morale, acknowledging and recovering quickly from mistakes, ability to adapt and change direction and collective intelligence.