Team Building & Personal Development
The Five Behaviors® Personal Development solution teaches individuals to become better teammates. Our methods integrate the model from Patrick Lencioni’s book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, at the organizational level to promote stronger, more cohesive change. Designed specifically for self-improvement, participants do not need to be part of the same team for the method to work.
Any participant can benefit from this program and adopt its powerful principles, shape behaviors, and create a common language that empowers people to rewrite what it means to work together. With physical and virtual classroom capabilities, participants can experience this proven solution in a group setting or from the comfort of home.
Build and Fortify Skills that Transcend Teams
The purpose of this program is to create and scale a culture of teamwork and collaboration. It can benefit any organization and is an appropriate program for groups of up to 30 people at a time. Its focus on individual development makes it perfect for any group: newly formed teams, teams who are struggling as they stabilize, or even teams that have been established for years. See some of the targeted takeaways and goals below.
- The critical behaviors and interpersonal skills needed to be an effective team player on any team
- The foundational principles for building a cohesive team based on The Five Behaviors® model: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results
- How individual personalities influence behaviors and natural tendencies, which may hinder effective teamwork
This tool works best as a solution for:
- Creating and scaling a culture of teamwork and collaboration
- All employees at any level of an organization, including managers or team leaders
- Large teams, cross-functional teams, matrixed teams, or departments
- Individual coaching, mentoring, and development needs
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For established teams, consider this team development program to improve communication, proactive problem-solving, and a stronger organizational culture.
Invest in your existing teams to improve performance by analyzing elements of workflow, collaboration, complementary skills, and trust.
Determine the skills and needs of your employees to propel your organization toward new summits of greater success.