Overcoming Five Team Dysfunctions

No other team development company could have made the day as exceptional. The facilitators from Summit were energetic and engaged and they kept the team engaged. I can't wait to work with you again.

Diane Gauthier

Senior Administrative Assistant, Canadian Blood Services


The Idea

In the view of many organizational experts, teamwork remains the one sustainable competitive advantage that has been largely untapped. Building an effective team takes commitment and a deliberate, thoughtful approach from everyone involved. This workshop, based on the elegant and simple model described by Patrick Lencioni in his bestselling book, Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team, provides an excellent framework for developing an effective team.

Through engaging team challenges, you will experience team success and explore each of the five main barriers to team performance in the workplace. Discussions and planning sessions focus the team on identifying behaviours, strategies and best practices to overcome the “five dysfunctions.”

The Details

  • Each participant receives a copy of The Five Dysfunctions Of A Team
  • Team 5 Dysfunctions assessment
  • Summit Tool Cards
  • Workbook

It would be in the best interest of any company, whatever the industry, to participate in your program.

Cristina Kim

Vice President Operations, Big Systems Distribution


The Results

  • Build a foundation of trust
  • Learn to benefit from constructive conflict
  • Learn to achieve buy-in and commitment to team decisions
  • Learn to be accountable as individuals and a team
  • Learn to focus on results
  • Create team best practices and individual action plans
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