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Teamwork: Part II: Lighting the Fire

A presentation on part 2 of Patrick Lencioni's book: The five dysfunctions of a team.

Carla Clark

on 15 October 2012

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Transcript of Teamwork: Part II: Lighting the Fire

By: Patrick Lencioni The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Inattention to Results Avoidance of Accountability Lack of Commitment Fear of Conflict Absence of Trust Presented by Amy's Angels (Team 9) Teamwork in Organizations BBUS 3880-02 Monique Lynn
Chelsea Bauer
Alysia Gartner
Brittany Gartner
Carla Clark Status and Ego Basketball: Is there an I in team? Chicken or Egg Paradox Conclusion Team agrees on a goal Kathryn's concluding remarks Sources: King Companies. (2012, Mar 13). Successful Relocation Requires Teamwork. Retrieved Oct 12, 2012, from King Companies: http://www.kingcompaniesusa.com/a-successful-relocation-requires-teamwork

Dunning, B. (2010, Aug 31). The Myers-Briggs Personality Test (Podcast Script). Retrieved Oct 12, 2012, from Skeptoid: http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4221

Hartwell-Walker, M. (2012). 10 Rules for Friendly Fighting for Couples. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 13, 2012, from http://psychcentral.com/lib/2008/10-rules-for-friendly-fighting-for-couples/

Princeton Education. (n.d.). Chicken or the Egg. Retrieved Oct 12, 2012, from http://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Chicken_or_the_egg.html

Staver, M. Blame-based Leadership. Leadership Excellence. Retrieved October 13, 2012, from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.tru.ca/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=587359fb-41d9-41d9-9e6d-6e63c3287be9%40sessionmgr11&vid=8&hid=14 The Pyramid Model Introduction Avoiding the discomfort Confrontation Lack of commitment Trust and conflict Friendly fighting Important arena for conflicts Invulnerability Question for discussion:

•What are some of the examples of the team building exercises Kathryn used to address the absence of trust and what were their purposes? •Personal Questions Ice Breakers

•Myers Briggs Type Indicator

•Vulnerability test Prevents buy-in Consensus and artificial harmony Requirements for commitment The End Bridging the gap Question for discussion:

•Why is conflict important? and why are people afraid to openly engage in conflict? Question for discussion:

•Why can consensus be detrimental to a team? Question for discussion:

•Have any of you ever been in a situation where you felt like a team member was not completing their part of the work adequately? Did you hold them accountable or did the uncomfortable feeling of addressing the issue make you tolerate it Question for discussion:

If the star player of a basketball team is working on his number of baskets, and baskets equal points toward winning, why should that player be discouraged from focusing on how many baskets he can score?
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