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Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop Deluxe Facilitator′s Guide Package

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Based the leadership fable, by Patrick Lencioni, the "Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop Deluxe Facilitator's Guide Package" provides everything needed for high-impact workshops for intact teams. There is a "Facilitator's Guide" which has an introduction to the model, instructions for administering and debriefing the 38-item team assessment, and a script for presentation delivery. In addition, the package also contains a copy of the "Five Dysfunctions of a Team" book and the "Five Dysfunctions of a Team Video Presentation (DVD)," which comes with its own 27-page supplemental guide.Deluxe Facilitator's Guide contents: binder (with tabs and loose-leaf pages), hardcover book, paper assessment, sample participant workbook, poster, CD-ROM, and DVD.

150 pages, Hardcover

First published April 30, 2012

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Patrick Lencioni

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Patrick Lencioni is a New York Times best-selling author, speaker, consultant and founder and president of The Table Group, a firm dedicated to helping organizations become healthy. Lencioni’s ideas around leadership, teamwork and employee engagement have impacted organizations around the globe. His books have sold nearly three million copies worldwide.

When Lencioni is not writing, he consults to CEOs and their executive teams, helping them to become more cohesive within the context of their business strategy. The widespread appeal of Lencioni’s leadership models have yielded a diverse base of clients, including a mix of Fortune 500 companies, professional sports organizations, the military, non-profits, universities and churches. In addition, Lencioni speaks to thousands of leaders each year at world class organizations and national conferences. He was recently cited in the Wall Street Journal as one of the most sought-after business speakers in the nation.

Prior to founding his firm, he worked as a corporate executive for Sybase, Oracle and Bain & Company. He also served on the National Board of Directors for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America.

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49 reviews2 followers
February 4, 2021
The five dysfunctions:
1. Absence of trust – the foundation of real teamwork. If we don’t trust each other then we will have a fear of conflict which will lead to artificial harmony.
2. Fear of Conflict
3. Lack of commitment – and failure to buy into decisions. This leads to ambiguity. This is why conflict is so important. Disagree & commit.
4. Avoidance of accountability – once we have clarity and buy in, we must hold each other accountable
5. Inattention to Results
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101 reviews5 followers
September 27, 2019
As someone newly to a management role with no prior experience this was great. The “fable” essentially embodies a model of effective management in context, synthesizing current theories. I like the method a lot, dinging a star for the occasional subliminal stereotyping and unnecessary spin (“staring down union bosses...”). But overall enjoyable, educational, and makes me want to read more of this author’s stuff.
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May 17, 2020
A very easy to read book that covers the theory of team building. However, scratches the surface on a number of things without delving deep. Summary:
A good team
a. Trust intentions and motives of their team
b. Engage in unfiltered conflict around ideas
c. Commit to decisions and plans of action
d. Hold one another accountable
e. Achievement of collective results
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85 reviews4 followers
January 31, 2021
Good explanation on how not treating the team of your peers as your “first team” breeds distrust and disfunction.. Managers tend to downplay it and prioritize their own organizations, often viewing their peers and their orgs as competition.
August 7, 2021
Good story. The innovative approach by telling a story to make the points was more engaging than just telling you what you need to do. I liked the story and the characters in the book. Lots to be leaned.
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February 21, 2020
Chose this based on a conference talk I've watched. I've enjoyed that it's written in the form of a novel and believe teams can benefit from reviewing this.
18 reviews1 follower
March 20, 2020
Entertaining and informative story. Good illustration of what good management practices can get you!
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May 13, 2020
I wish I could say that this book helped. It was well written.
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July 6, 2021
I found this to be insightful; I will be recommending my management staff read/listen to this.
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July 17, 2021
Todella ajankohtainen. Konkreettiset ratkaisut FAI haasteisiin
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83 reviews1 follower
August 31, 2021
Nice theoretical anecdotal leadership book. I wish we could read this as a team and commit to putting into practice the ideas.
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July 21, 2022
This book helped us build our team at work, and learned about each other more. Such great stories and modules in this book, for the workplace.
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August 24, 2022
Surprisingly good read. I did not expect this form of story wrapped advice would work for me, but i enjoyed it a lot! Valuable and fun read.
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March 14, 2023
I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook! Such great guidance into a team dynamic and the storyline made it interesting!
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January 20, 2016
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January 30, 2016
Read it within a 24 period and laughed out loud at how accurate some parts were. I found it a great guide for an introspective look to see how I could better work within a team framework. Will read it again.
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