The Five BehaviorsFacilitation Kit

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Based on the work of Patrick Lencioni’s international best-seller The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team® helps teams apply The Five Behaviors™ model of Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results to drive team effectiveness and productivity. The program uses Everything DiSC, a tool that helps build effective team communication and relationships, to help participants understand their individual DiSC® style and discover how each style brings value to the team.

This kit includes a USB drive installed with a Facilitator’s Guide, which includes scripted sessions and experiential activities; presentation materials; handouts; PowerPoint slides with 40+ minutes of video; and sample reports to help facilitators prepare for team sessions. Also included are audio podcasts that allow you to listen to insights on each of the five behaviors, the team profile, and the Annotated Team Report.
This program can be facilitated in a one-day or three-day format depending on the goals and objectives of the team initiative. Best practice is to begin with the one-day workshop and then dive deeper into each behavior and develop action plans is the three-day program.

One-Day Program

Introduction

Goals:
• Learn The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team model
• Describe each of the five behaviors that make up The Five Behaviors™ model
• Understand where the team stands on each of the five behaviors
• Identify key issues that may be influencing team scores for each behavior

Building Trust

Goals:
• Give the team opportunities to learn more about one another and practice vulnerability-based trust
• Identify what is lacking and what needs to be done moving forward to build trust

Mastering Conflict

Goals:
• Explore how the team currently engages in conflict
• Agree on behaviors that need to change in order to have productive conflict

Achieving Commitment

Goals:
• Establish clarity around the team’s priorities
• Determine behaviors that hinder and help buy-in

Embracing Accountability

Goals:
• Understand the value of feedback
• Identify behaviors that will increase the likelihood of team members holding one another accountable

Focusing on Results

Goals:
• Understand the difference between collective results and individual results
• Determine key distractions that prevent team members from achieving team results

 

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