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Overcoming the FIVE Dysfunctions of a TEAM

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Denice Mitchell

on 11 June 2014

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Transcript of Overcoming the FIVE Dysfunctions of a TEAM

Great teams are able to be vulnerable with each other and have open, unfiltered conversations
Team members invest in decisions even if they initially disagree; consensus is not required, rather teams learn to disagree and still commit.
Peers hold each other accountable to to both results and behaviors that help or harm the team.
Overcoming the FIVE Dysfunctions of a TEAM
Building an effective, cohesive TEAM
Lack of Commitment
Fear of Conflict
Absence of TRUST
Avoidance of Accountability
Inattention to Results
Trust enables team members to have productive debate about issues central to organizational success. They aren't afraid to disagree, challenge and question each other in order to make the best decisions.
Successful teams focus on what is best for the team in order to achieve goals
Why is Building Team essential?
Team building helps yield results
Teamwork is a competitive advantage in the workplace
People who share a sense of connection or belonging often set aside personal desires and needs for the good of the whole organization
Teamwork eliminates work politics and fosters more productivity
"The true measure of a team is if it accomplishes results it sets out to achieve"-Patrick Lencioni
Goals for team building
How will ProServe overcome the 5 D's
PS will understand the framework for the overcoming the 5 Dysfunctions via:
initial overview
Ongoing PD
PS will develop a Road Map to overcoming the 5 Dysfunctions:
How can we adapt this framework to suit us?
How do we continuously reassess our progress on overcoming the 5 D's?
PS will connect team building to site and department goals
Remember team building is not just fun, squishy activities. The purpose is to achieve RESULTS
Taking a deeper dive into the 5 D's
All of us must come ready with ideas for implementation of the framework. Building team is an ongoing process. We will create a plan to continuously reassess our effectiveness as a team.
Clearly define the dysfunction and how overcoming it strengthens teams
a brief summary and key points from your section
An activity associated with overcoming that dysfunction
Each of us will study one of the Dysfunctions in depth to present on During a ProServe PD session. The method and style of the presentation is up to you, just include the following:
What is your perspective on team building?

The Team Building Experience
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