Search
  • Jonno White

Unhealthy teams don't get results

Of the 5 dysfunctions, none is more important than the last one. I don't care what team you're a part of - or leading - if you're not achieving results as a team then there's no point to your team existing.

At the end of the day, teams are formed for a reason. There's an objective or a project for every team and the ultimate of the 5 dysfunctions to overcome is results. Look at an unhealthy team and rather than results you'll see individual egos doing their own thing due to a lack of vulnerability, conflict, commitment and accountability.

The opposite is true for healthy teams. 5 dysfunctions can all be overcome. It's not easy, but it is possible. Give it a go and watch your team move from individual effort to team combined goals that achieve the results your team exists to achieve.

203 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Okay, okay, okay, sorry about the title! You are not ugly, everyone is beautiful in their own way. I titled this blog why the ugliest leader is a model to make a point. Every leader is a model. Not a

Meet regularly. Quarterly? Monthly? No, whenever possible aim for weekly or fortnightly. Start social. People are human beings not human doings. "How are you going?" is a powerful question if you stop

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni is one of my favourite books on leadership. Here's how to get started: Vulnerability As you know, a lack of vulnerability is the first dysfunction o