This revolutionary assessment product helps to facilitate communication and effective teamwork to coherently put together a strong and effective team. The profile in question (The Five Behaviours profile) gives the facilitator a chance to give their team individual and group feedback on their compatibility. Based on the internationally bestselling leadership fable by Patrick Lenicioni, this program is designed to let participants learn, as a team, how they score on the key parts of the model. Those key parts are:
In addition, the program is powered by the Everything DiSC® model, which helps individual people understand themselves and the people around them in a way that works best for them. Using the results from this test, individual members will be able to make better contributions to the team as a whole.
The Program’s Intended Demographic
This assessment and its accompanying materials are designed for a team that is already whole. Before picking the program, be sure to consider the following:
- Is your team really a team?
- A team is a comparatively small amount of people, usually anywhere from three to twelve individuals. These people meet on a regular basis and are responsible for their results as a collective. Some groups may appear to be a team but will actually be a collection of people who report to the same person with little interdependence or accountability to each other. Be sure to confirm your team is truly a team.
The program is customizable to your team’s needs. Here is an outline of what it might entail.
- Introduction: Introduces The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Model
- Building Trust: Teaches the concept of vulnerability-based trust
- Mastering Conflict: Helps participants understand the benefits of healthy conflict
- Achieving Commitment: Shows how clarity and buy-in are key to achieving commitment
- Embracing Accountability: Stresses the importance of peer-to-peer accountability
- Focusing on Results: Emphasizes that collective results are more important than individual goals
- Review and Action Plan: Allows participants to review what they’ve learned and to create an action plan to improve the team’s productivity
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Written by Rochelle Rae