The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team

The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team

The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team 150 150 Bryce Henson

“If you can get all the people in any organization to be rowing in the same direction.. You can dominate any industry, any market, any competition, at any time. This is the power of teamwork!” – Robert Lencioni

Our leadership team is at our EOS annual and will be back at HQ tomorrow. It’s always incredibly productive to gain more clarity on our path ahead via our commitment to the EOS system. This process has been business changing for us..

We will be debriefing you and the team shortly on the plan of attack.

In preparation, we were asked to re-read “The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team’’ by Patrick M. Lencioni who is a talented leadership expert. 

I have listed each of them below for you to review..

Each of the dysfunctions naturally come up in any team dynamic given human nature. So as a leader, you shouldnt be surprised when they reveal themselves. 

However, strong leadership is aware of each of the dysfunctions and works to overcome them through intentionality and strong leadership strategy. 

Over the next 5 weeks my lessons will be around how these issues present themselves and how to overcome them. Get ready!

  • Lack of Trust 
  • Fear of Conflict 
  • Lack of Commitment 
  • Avoidance of Accountability
  • Not attentive to Results