Five Dysfunct. of a Team

P. Lencioni, Ch. Stransky

Key Facts from "Five Dysfunctions of a Team":

  1. Dysfunction 1 - Absence of Trust: The fear of being vulnerable with team members prevents the formation of trust within the team.
  2. Dysfunction 2 - Fear of Conflict: The desire to avoid discomfort leads to teams becoming incapable of engaging in unfiltered, passionate debate about key issues.
  3. Dysfunction 3 - Lack of Commitment: Without conflict, it is tough to get team members to buy in or commit to decisions, leading to ambiguity among the team about the direction and priorities.
  4. Dysfunction 4 - Avoidance of Accountability: The lack of commitment and...

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