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2020 - The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team



VenueOnline event, USA - United States USA - United States

KeywordsLack of Commitment; Absence of Trust; Evidence of Accountability


Topics/Call fo Papers

The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team session is drawn from the Patrick Lencioni’s book of the same title. In this best seller, the author provides a dynamic framework – we are able to watch leaders respond, react and transform to increase their capabilities. This session defines the five common dysfunctions of teams and their negative impact of teamwork, trust, morale, accountability and profits. You will gain an increased self-awareness of the key areas that lead to dysfunction and solutions to ensure you and your colleagues are at optimum performance. Your knowledge of these dynamics will enhance your understanding of human behavior and provide practical guidance to increase your influence and effectiveness.
The learning objectives include:
Common Workplace Barriers
The impact of our natural tendencies to avoid accountability and conflict
The difficulty of teamwork and cooperation
The impact of trust/mistrust
How to be more accountable to yourself and to the team
How to overcome the inherent dysfunctions of ineffective teams
The discussion and concepts presented will provide new pathways to improve teamwork, cooperation and trust in a professional environment. The contents will bring about greater self-awareness of common situational failure of team dynamics. You will be able to better recognize “traps” that creates drag in moving forward. Used consistently, these concepts will increase your accountability, sharpen your communication effectiveness and greatly reduce everyday workplace pitfalls.
Dysfunction 1: Absence of Trust
Dysfunction 1: Fear of Conflict
Dysfunction 3: Lack of Commitment
Dysfunction 4: Evidence of Accountability
Dysfunction 5: Inattention to Results
Understand your ROI for utilizing the key concepts presented
The focus of the program will be leaders – whether they are new supervisors or are tenured executives. People hoping to become future leaders could also benefit from the program.
Manager, Senior Manager
VP or C-level
Anyone is Human Resources or Communications could also benefit.
During his 9 years in third-party IT recruiting, Mitch completed his MBA from Texas A&M, Commerce. Shortly thereafter, he transitioned into Human Resources - and quickly took on leading talent management and cultural initiatives.
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Last modified: 2020-07-10 16:54:43