5 Dysfunctions of a Team –
Team Development in Denver
Beyond the Five (5) Dysfunctions of a Team
The most frequent request we get is to help a team build a more effective team building environment, one where there is open and clear communication, more trust and more collaboration.
Patrick Lencioni’s bestselling book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team has been used by organizations across the country. Many of our clients want to build on this resource, and move beyond these dysfunctions:
• Absense of Trust
• Fear of Conflict
• Lack of Commitment
• Avoidance of Accountability
• Inattention to Results
For most organizations this means culture change. While the most effective programs happen over a period of time, we realize that your time and resources are valuable so we’ve built a power-packed two-day program to jump-start your effective team building in a positive direction towards overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team. We combine skill building with experiential exercises to help apply these concepts to your specific work environment
Learning Objectives & Program Results:
By the end of the program you will:
Communicate More Effectively with Your Team Mates
Build Personal and Team Accountability
Get Committed as a Team to your Overarching Goals
Deliver Effective Positive and Constructive Feedback
Set Personal and Team Goals for Lasting Change
We pair learning modules with experiential exercises for a fun, and productive learning day your team will remember.
Three years ago we were mired in siloed and lack of open communication. We engaged Transformative Training to take us through the 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, and we have done an annual program since then to keep us rowing in the same direction.
We have experienced 45% growth since working with Transformative Training. That, coupled with our outstanding employee engagement and customer satisfaction results were due in no small part to the guidance and assistance we received from Transformative Training.