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"Lencioni is fast defining the next generation of leadership thinkers."
Ken Blanchard, coauthor, The One Minute Manager™ and Full Steam Ahead
In the years following the publication of Patrick Lencioni's best-seller The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, fans have been clamoring for more information on how to implement the ideas outlined in the book.
In Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Lencioni offers more specific, practical guidance for overcoming the Five Dysfunctionsusing tools, exercises, assessments, and real-world examples. He examines questions that all teams must ask themselves: Are we really a team? How are we currently performing? Are we prepared to invest the time and energy required to be a great team?
Written concisely and to the point, this guide gives leaders, line managers, and consultants alike the tools they need to get their teams up and running quickly and effectively.
This book is very easy to read and makes a lot of sense.
Using the five dysfunctions of teams from his previous book, Lencioni provides readers with excellent tools to stay focused and keep their teams performing.
I have used these concepts with many of my clients and recommended many of them read it to help build stronger executive and management teams.
The five dysfunctions of a team is one of the best books ever written on what destroys teams and how to overcome it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John B. Spence
Quite good summary of team's dysfunction. I regret the management for working on resolving those dysfunctions is referred to sources beyond the book.Published 2 months ago by H. Dagostino
Great suggestions for Team-Building. Perhaps too intense for some teams.Published 2 months ago by B. Hepp
I am an EAP counselor and have found this book to be very helpful in team building. Easy, practical exercises.Published 3 months ago by Twinkle Toes
I use this as a pre-read for a leadership course I teach. My students provide good feedback when used in conjunction with the training material I use. I little pricy however.Published 4 months ago by Weekend Techie
I enjoyed this book. The manner in which the "lessons" were delivered made it less painful than reading your average team building or leadership book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. E. Norris