5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Overview

Free Seminar! 2:30PM - 4:30PM
Based on the 5 Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni the 5 Behaviors curriculum helps you discover the value of a cohesive, functional team and become familiar with the five behaviors of a cohesive team.

Event Date

November 14, 2016

Location

The Leadership Center - Folsom, CA

2295 Iron Point Road #160
Folsom, CA 95630

(916) 304-LEAD (5323)
info@rickvdm.com

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Patrick Lencioni is the founder of The Table Group and the author of ten books that have sold over four million copies and been translated into more than 30 languages. Recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of America’s most sought after business speakers, he has addressed millions of people at conferences and events worldwide over the past 15 years. Pat has written for or been featured in numerous publications including Harvard Business Review, Inc., Fortune, Fast Company, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and BusinessWeek. The 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Overview Workshop is based on his book: 5 Dysfunctions of a Team

BUILDING THE FOUNDATION OF A COHESIVE TEAM

Trust lies at the heart of a functioning, cohesive team and can only happen when team members are willing to be completely vulnerable with one another. A personality assessment can help people gain insight on their peers and develop empathy, two important qualities that allow a team to build trust.

ENGAGING IN HEALTHY CONFLICT

Conflict is naturally uncomfortable, but productive conflict focused on concepts and ideas is essential for any great team to grow. When teams have a foundation of vulnerability-based trust, conflict simply becomes an attempt to find the best possible solution in the shortest period of time.

BUYING IN ON DECISIONS

Commitment is clarity around decisions, not consensus. With commitment, teams move forward with complete buy-in from every team member – including those who may initially disagree.

HOLDING TEAM MEMBERS ACCOUNTABLE

It’s easy to avoid difficult conversations, but calling out peers on performance or behaviors that might hurt the team is essential to productivity. By “entering the danger” with one another, team members feel trusted, respected, and responsible for getting things done right.

FOCUSING ON COLLECTIVE RESULTS

One of the greatest challenges to team success is the inattention to results. Great teams ensure all members, regardless of their individual responsibilities and areas of expertise, are doing their best to help accomplish team goals.

Come and learn the behaviors that will benefit you and your team!