Boost your team's effectiveness.
Have you ever seen a team fall apart because of bickering, infighting, or a failure of accountability? Not only is it frustrating to watch teams disintegrate, it's also incredibly disheartening.
This is why it helps to know about "Lencioni's Five Dysfunctions of a Team." In this article, we'll explore these five dysfunctions, and we'll look at what you can do to fix them.
Patrick Lencioni, president of management consulting firm, The Table Group, wrote about the Five Dysfunctions of a Team in his 2002 book of the same name. He developed these principles after observing and coaching thousands of CEOs and Fortune 500 management teams.
The five dysfunctions are:
Let's look at these in more detail.
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Lencioni, P (2002) 'The Five Dysfunctions of a Team,' Jossey-Bass: San Francisco.