18. How Dysfunctional Is Your Team?
By Patrick Lencioni - December 2019
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18. How Dysfunctional Is Your Team?At the Table with Patrick Lencioni
Pat and the team dig into The Five Dysfunctions of a Team model and use the Table Group's Online Team Assessment to help listeners identify the dysfunction on their own teams.
2:16 — How did Patrick Lencioni come up with the title of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.
4:35 — Patrick Lencioni breaks down the 5 Dysfunctions Model.
4:50 — Dysfunction 1: The Lack of Trust.
5:52 — Dysfunction 2: The Fear of Conflict.
7:12 — Why did Patrick Lencioni call it conflict and not debate or discussion?
9:50 — Dysfunction 3: The Inability to Commit.
10:10 — Chris Jenson explains why healthy conflict leads to true team commitment.
11:04 — This is not about consensus: it’s about disagreeing and committing to the decision.
12:53 — Dysfunction 4: The Unwillingness to Hold Others Accountable
14:57 — Dysfunction 5: The Inattention to Results
16:26 — How to diagnosis how dysfunctional your team really is: The Team Assessment Report.
21:02 — Questions from the Team Assessment Report - Trust.
23:44 — Questions from the Team Assessment Report - Trust.
26:50 — Questions from the Team Assessment Report - Conflict.
27:50 — Chris Jenson explains who is responsible to ensure important issues are discussed during meetings.
28:55 — If you believe something is true it’s worth being loud about.
31:47 — Chris Jenson explains why teams need to take the team assessment.
33:30 — The team unpacks the question: are your meetings boring?
35:08 — Questions from the Team Assessment Report on Commitment
37:16 — Questions from the Team Assessment Report on Accountability
39:40 — Patrick Lencioni explains why accountability is an act of love.
41:05 — Questions from the Team Assessment Report on Results.
42:42 — The point of taking this assessment is to have the necessary conversations with your team.
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