Updated: Nov 17, 2022
As you kick off building your healthy team or seeing health flow through your organisation, it's often helpful to have some tools to get everyone else on board.
Here is a five dysfunctions of a team powerpoint I created. Of course it's all Lencioni's material, but I've just broken it down into each dysfunction and the result of each one so you can explain the pyramid to other staff.
I hope it helps you! The other things I've found helpful on top of using a five dysfunctions of a team powerpoint for workshops and keynotes is to find ways to make the dysfunctions engaging. Try using a puzzle or riddles and getting people into teams as you're explaining the dysfunctions.
The other thing that works well is asking your people to explain to you their experiences in teams. Seriously! It's interesting hearing experiences - the good and the bad - and if you have experience facilitating groups it's easy then to take what's said and link it to the five dysfunctions.
The most common challenge I hear from leaders who are working on building healthier teams and organizations is how to deal well with difficult people.
Are there difficult conversations you know you need to have but you don't know where to start?
Do you hate conflict and your worst nightmare is experiencing a massive confrontation that blows up in your face, and hurts everyone involved? (Or maybe you've been involved in a confrontation like that before and you never want to see it happen again!)
The good news is there's a 3-step process to see THAT difficult person step up or step out within four weeks.
It's called Step Up or Step Out.