Underperforming Team? Build A Better Team

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By: Shawna Simcik

Recently, ICC provided a platform for Denver human resources executives and business leaders to learn more about how to build a better team in their organizations with the help of a proven solution – The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™.

The Five Behaviors Of A Cohesive Team™ program has one simple goal: To facilitate a learning experience that helps professionals and their organizations discover what it takes to build a truly cohesive and effective team. Based on the best-selling leadership fable, ​The Five Dysfunctions of Team ​by ​Patrick ​Lencioni, this assessment-based program focuses on the five pillars of teamwork: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results.

During this unique, personalized presentation, over 100 attendees learned:

  • The biggest barriers to building teamwork,
  • Strategies for building a cohesive and productive team,
  • Keys to measure team effectiveness, and
  • How individual team member personalities and behaviors impact team performance.

Those who attended said, “I see how this program can be very good for our organization” and “Get new leaders involved early, so they learn early the language of good management and team leadership.”

You may be thinking, “great, another team assessment.” Unlike other team-based solutions – The Five Behaviors program does not simply focus on individual team differences. This dynamic, interactive program takes team-based solutions to the next level by establishing a thorough understanding of individual team member personalities, but then diving deeper and discovering how individual differences impact the system – the team – and ultimately business success.

Steeped in research, this holistic team development approach reduces conflict, decreases stress, dissolves inefficiencies and enhances team performance.

If you are interested in learning more, let us know. We would be delighted to talk more about your team’s definition of success and what is holding them back from achieving success.

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