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The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Participant Workbook

Book Description

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: Participant Workbook is part of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop collection. It is the companion piece to The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: Facilitator's Guide. The workbook gives the workshop participant a structure to engage in exercises and review presented material.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover Page
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright
  4. Contents
  5. Preface
  6. Workshop Objective
    1. OUR OBJECTIVE FOR THIS WORKSHOP
    2. NOTES ON PERSONAL GOALS
  7. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
    1. NOTES ON THE FIVE DYSFUNCTIONS
  8. Team Assessment: Where We Are and Where We're Going
    1. OVERALL ASSESSMENT
    2. ABSENCE OF TRUST
    3. FEAR OF CONFLICT
    4. LACK OF COMMITMENT
    5. AVOIDANCE OF ACCOUNTABILITY
    6. INATTENTION TO RESULTS
    7. SUMMARY OF ASSESSMENT RESULTS
  9. FUNDAMENTAL #1: Building Trust
    1. TRUST ASSESSMENT ITEMS
    2. NOTES
    3. PERSONAL HISTORIES EXERCISE
    4. PERSONAL HISTORIES EXERCISE
    5. BEHAVIORAL PROFILING EXERCISE
    6. KEY POINTS—BUILDING TRUST
    7. NOTES ON BUILDING TRUST
  10. FUNDAMENTAL #2: Mastering Conflict
    1. CONFLICT ASSESSMENT ITEMS
    2. NOTES
    3. CONFLICT PROFILING EXERCISE
    4. CONFLICT NORMING EXERCISE
    5. CONFLICT RESOLUTION MODEL
    6. NOTES ON THE CONFLICT RESOLUTION MODEL
    7. CONFLICT RESOLUTION EXERCISE
    8. KEY POINTS—MASTERING CONFLICT
    9. NOTES ON MASTERING CONFLICT
  11. FUNDAMENTAL #3: Achieving Commitment
    1. COMMITMENT ASSESSMENT ITEMS
    2. NOTES
    3. COMMITMENT CLARIFICATION
    4. NOTES
    5. CASCADING COMMUNICATION
    6. NOTES
    7. THEMATIC GOAL MODEL
    8. ESTABLISHING A THEMATIC GOAL
    9. NOTES
    10. OUR TEAM'S THEMATIC GOAL
    11. OUR THEMATIC GOAL DETAILS
    12. RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
    13. KEY POINTS—ACHIEVING COMMITMENT
    14. NOTES ON ACHIEVING COMMITMENT
  12. FUNDAMENTAL #4: Embracing Accountability
    1. ACCOUNTABILITY ASSESSMENT ITEMS
    2. NOTES
    3. TEAM EFFECTIVENESS EXERCISE
    4. FEEDBACK FROM MY PEERS
    5. KEY POINTS—EMBRACING ACCOUNTABILITY
    6. NOTES ON EMBRACING ACCOUNTABILITY
  13. FUNDAMENTAL #5 Focusing on Results
    1. RESULTS ASSESSMENT ITEMS
    2. NOTES
    3. THE FOUR COMMON DISTRACTIONS
    4. NOTES
    5. ESTABLISHING A TEAM SCOREBOARD
    6. KEY POINTS—FOCUSING ON RESULTS
    7. NOTES ON FOCUSING ON RESULTS
  14. Summary and Conclusion
    1. STRATEGIES FOR OVERCOMING THE FIVE DYSFUNCTIONS
    2. CASCADING COMMUNICATION
    3. PERSONAL COMMITMENT
  15. Resources
  16. About the Author