Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team

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Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Mar 21 2:00 pm
Mar 21 3:15 pm
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Russ Sabia
Feb 13
Dalton Room

Russ Sabia

For all the talk about the importance of teamwork by leaders, it is largely untapped and unrealized in most organizations.

Many organizations – filled with talented, committed people – struggle to fulfill their full promise and find themselves bogged down by excessive interpersonal politics and confusion about what is really important. As a result, things take much longer to get done, results are much harder to accomplish, and real dollar costs increase.

At its root, this problem most often stems from leadership teams that lack cohesion and alignment, and that fall victim to one or more of the Five Dysfunctions of Teams.

In this session, learn about the five most common and destructive pitfalls of leadership teams, and how trust, conflict, commitment, and accountability all impact results. Discover practical and proven strategies to overcome these common dysfunctions and explore how leadership teams can become more effective by minimizing the politics, confusion, and unproductive behavior that prevent so many organizations from realizing their potential.

Join Russ Sabia, Principal Consultant at The Table Group, for this engaging discussion based on Patrick Lencioni’s best-selling book, The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team.

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