Each one of the five dysfunctions comes with its own unique challenges to overcoming it. While the members of the 'team' may be well intentioned, working together to accomplish a unified goal isn't accomplished by simply identifying as a 'team,' rather it is accomplished through developing a team.
During the session with expert 'Claudette Rowley' you will learn how to build consensus amongst your team. With trust and commitment, the team must now build accountability. The leader of the team must model accountability through their own actions but also by holding the team members accountable. Finally, the team must focus on results. The team leader will learn how to guide their team to defining success.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- To learn the Five Functions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni and how to apply them to your team
- To assess your team's functioning including areas of strength and improvement
- To explore the level of trust on your team and strategies for building better trust among team members
- To learn how mindset (beliefs, habits, interpretations) drives most of your team's decision making and how you can use mindset to increase your team's performance
- To understand how productive conflict resolution can increase your team's productivity
- To develop a plan of action for increasing your team's performance
Teams often struggle to resolve conflict effectively and as a result, conflict gets swept under the rug or becomes toxic over time. Participants will explore how team conflict can be generative and can add - rather than detract - from a team's success.
Through identification of the dysfunctional attributes of a team, managers can learn how to overcome these dysfunctions and build a team that is powerful and successful.
High performing teams are the backbone of any company. As Patrick Lencioni, author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, states 'Teamwork is the last untapped resource.' This webinar explores the foundations of creating highly functional teams. These teams share a commitment to self-awareness, solid relationships and accountability which form the basis for deep trust and great results. We'll also discuss the role of mindset on a team. Like organizational culture, team mindset drives team relationships, decisions and problem solving.
Who will Benefit
- Five Dysfunctions of a Team framework
- How to build & develop a successful team beginning with Trust
- How to identify and shift your team's mindset
- How to further develop an appreciation for positive conflict amongst the team
- Overcoming dysfunctions of team
- How to build consensus amongst your team
- How to best guide your team to defining success
- How to create a results-oriented team
- How to identify what high performing looks like for your company
- Understanding why teams are so powerful
This is a must attend webinar for all:
- Team Leaders
- Management Team
- Business Leaders
- Any organization with 50+ Employees in a professional environment (financial, banking, mortgage, IT, sales driven organizations)
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, which are:
- Absence of Trust
- Fear of Conflict
- Lack of Commitment
- Avoidance of Accountability
- Inattention to Results
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team outlines the root causes of politics and dysfunction on the teams where you work, and the keys to overcoming them. Counter to conventional wisdom, the causes of dysfunction are both identifiable and curable. However, they don't die easily. Making a team functional and cohesive requires levels of courage and discipline that many groups cannot seem to muster.