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The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop

Are you the leader of a team? How well is your team functioning? To begin improving your team and to better understand the level of dysfunction you are facing, ask yourself these simple questions:

  • Do team members openly and readily disclose their opinions?
  • Are team meetings compelling and productive?
  • Does the team come to decisions quickly and avoid getting bogged down by consensus?
  • Do team members confront one another about their shortcomings?
  • Do team members sacrifice their own interests for the good of the team?

In his bestselling book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, author Patrick Lencioni identifies five fundamentals essential for effective team performance. Maxwell & Associates is proud to now offer Lencioni's Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop that addresses these fundamentals.

Would you like to bring home to your team the lessons of The Five Dysfunctions of the Team, address them in a comprehensive fashion, and focus on overcoming those dysfunctions? Then The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop is your answer!

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop guides a team through a series of powerful exercises that help team members improve in each of the five key fundamentals: trust, conflict, commitment, accountability, and results. This is a practical process that provides team members with information and strategies they can put to use immediately and apply on an ongoing basis.

You will find that this workshop differs in several respects from other types of team training with which you might be familiar. For one thing, the focus is on providing tools that help the team improve in each of the five fundamentals. For another, instead of learning theory as a prelude to improvement, team members actually take the first steps toward becoming a more highly functioning team.

To learn more about this program and it applicability to your situation call Rich Maxwell at 843-768-2227 or contact Rich via email.

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