The Ideal Team Player

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Start Time: 8AM | End Time 12PM (Noon)

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Topics & Discussions:

  • Groups vs Teams (know the difference)
  • The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team (Getting to “High-Performance”)
  • The Ideal Team Player Self-Assessment (Is it Me?)
  • Building Trust (From Conflict to Rapport)
  • Empathic Listening & Responses (Ground Rules for Success)
  • The Blueprint for Success (Paradigm Shifts)
  • The Shared Vision for Success

The Ideal Team Player - Workshop Description

Adapted from noted author and motivational speaker Patrick Lencioni’s book “The Ideal Team Player”, this training program puts the focus right where it needs to be, in terms of team dynamics, on the individual team player. Further, people who are passionate about their work, who go beyond the call of duty, and are willing to put the team above their own interests are the “ideal” team players and as such, possess three (3) very necessary virtues:

ideal team player is humble
Focus on what will best serve the team
ideal team player is hungry
Self-motivated to improve and grow
ideal team player is smart
High level of emotional intelligence = people smart

In The Ideal Team Player, we also explore the topics and discussions through a series of videos, and some fun, interactive, (team and individual) exercises. We reinforce our support and understanding of the components of a high performing team, and in the process, cultivate more effective habits that enhance our ability to communicate more effectively, to listen empathically, and to seek out a diversity of thoughts, ideas, and solutions.


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