Creating a High Performance Team: Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Duration: 60 Minutes
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.
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.
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
Attend the web session to learn strategies, insights and techniques for developing a highly performing team.
Who can Benefit
- Five Dysfunctions of a Team framework
- How to build team trust
- How to identify and shift your team's mindset
- How to manage team conflict effectively
- How to create a results-oriented team
- How to identify what high performing looks like for your company
- Team Leaders
- Management Team
- Business Leaders
- Any organization with 50+ Employees in a professional environment (financial, banking, mortgage, IT, sales driven organizations)