The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: Intact Teams Participant Workbook / Edition 2 available in Paperback
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Based on my work with executive teams over the past ten years, I've come to the conclusion that teamwork remains the single most untapped competitive advantage for any organization. Whether you work in a corporation, a non-profit, or a small, entrepreneurial venture, finding a way to minimize politics and confusion within your organization can lead to extraordinary improvement in morale, productivity, and results.
Based on the best-selling leadership fable The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, the new edition of this easy-to-use workbook provides participants with an opportunity to explore the pitfalls that are side-tracking their team. Beginning with a 38-item team assessment, the workbook guides participants through The Five Dysfunctions of a Team:
• Absence of Trust
• Fear of Conflict
• Lack of Commitment
• Avoidance of Accountability
• Inattention to Results
Ideal for team off-sites and retreats or even a series of team development meetings, this workbook is an excellent team development tool. It will allow teams of all types to begin the process of increasing cohesiveness and productivity.
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About the Author
Patrick Lencioni is founder and president of The Table Group, a management consulting firm specializing in organizational health and executive team development. As a consultant and keynote speaker, he has worked with thousands of senior executives in organizations ranging from Fortune 500 and mid-size companies to start-ups and nonprofits. Lencioni is the author of nine business books with over three million copies sold worldwide. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and four boys.
Table of Contents
Workshop objectives 1
The five dysfunctions of a team 5
Team assessment: Where we are and where we’re going 9
Fundamental 1: Building trust 21
Fundamental 2: Mastering conflict 37
Fundamental 3: Achieving commitment 53
Fundamental 4: Embracing accountability 73
Fundamental 5: Focusing on results 85
Summary and Conclusion 95
About the author 108