Whether you’re part of a team, stepping into a team leadership role for the first time, or you’ve been leading teams for years, there’s nothing more frustrating than a group of well-meaning, competent people who can’t seem to reach their potential as a group. And, at the same time, when a team is flourishing and kicking goals together, it’s a wonderful and powerful thing. So what is it that differentiates a dysfunctional team from a healthy team? And what are some practical keys and steps we can take as team members and team leaders to see more alignment, cohesion and productivity in the workplace?
Building Healthy Teams - The Five Dysfunctions of a Team (Patrick Lencioni)