Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team

Description:

The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ is a comprehensive program with profile tool revealing to leaders, teams and organizations the critical behaviors needed for a truly cohesive, consistently high performing, effective team. That is; a team that is able to make faster, better decisions, tap into the skills and diverse perspectives of all members, avoid wasting time and energy on politics, confusion and destructive conflict, minimize wasted time revisiting the same issues over and over and is fun to be on. High performing teams are an organizations’ competitive advantage.

Designed exclusively for intact teams and work groups, the program with individual and team profiles, helps members understand how they score on the key components of The Five Behaviors model: “vulnerability based” trust, healthy, unfiltered conflict, commitment to common goals, accountability to actions, and consistent results. Each individual on the team will learn to incorporate their personal DiSC® style for ultimate team success.

The program includes:

  • 7 modules with over 40 minutes of professional video
  • Individual Profiles, participant handouts, take-away cards and activities
  • Podcasts, online resources, and a research report
  • Progress Reports and an Annotated Team Report for the Facilitator

 

Profile: A comprehensive, highly personalized, and accessible 36-page illustrated report that allows each person on the team, and the team as a whole, to understand how they scored on the assessment and how to interpret their individual and team results. The profile includes an introduction, a section devoted to each of the five behaviors, a summary of the team’s strengths and challenges, tips and suggestions, and a roadmap to help teams create an action plan based on their results.

Includes:

  • The Impact of Individual DiSC® Style
  • Everything DiSC® Team Map
  • Conflict Team Map
  • The Team’s Survey Results
  • Points of Discussion
  • Suggested Actions Plan for Continued Improvement

 

Progress Profile: highlights areas of greatest improvement and decline, offers productive points of discussion, and provides an action plan to help teams prioritize and set specific goals. You’ll be able to compare how a team’s performance has changed over time and highlights areas of greatest improvement and of greatest decline.

 

What is the Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report?

The Annotated Progress Report is a personalized report specifically for the facilitator. The report will help you understand how to use The Five Behaviors Progress Report by giving you a snap shot and insight into your team’s scores.

 

Why should I use this tool? How will it help my team?

The Progress Report is designed especially to show a team how its behaviors have changed as compared to the last time the team was assessed. In addition to showing the improvements on the team, the report outlines challenges that may be hindering further development. The Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report will give the facilitator an overview of the team’s data. It also includes facilitation on how to facilitate a Five Behaviors session.

 

What do I do when a new member joins the team?

If one or two people have joined the team since the original assessment was completed, you will still be able to add their data to The Progress Report. These members will have a longer assessment experience, as they will need to take the DiSC® portion of the assessment to receive their DiSC narrative and to be included on the DiSC® Team Map and Conflict Map. These team members will answer questions about the team and will receive their own Progress Report. You also have the option to import DiSC® data from any Everything DiSC® assessment into The Progress Report. You may want to recommend new team members read The Five Dysfunctions of a Team in order to give them a deeper understanding of the model.

 

Does each team member receive an individual report?

Yes, each team member will receive a personalized report. This report includes the person’s DiSC® style and narrative from the original report in addition to outlining the team’s progress. It also includes the updated DiSC® Team Map and Conflict Team Map. The Facilitator will receive their own Annotated Progress Report that includes an aggregate of the team’s data.

 

How do I get trained to use the Progress Report?

There are several facilitation tips and tools throughout the Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report. This free resource also includes optional activities you can utilize in a Five Behaviors session.

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Description:

The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ is a comprehensive program with profile tool revealing to leaders, teams and organizations the critical behaviors needed for a truly cohesive, consistently high performing, and effective team. That is; a team that is able to make faster, better decisions, tap into the skills and diverse perspectives of all members, avoid wasting time and energy on politics, confusion and destructive conflict, minimize wasted time revisiting the same issues over and over and is fun to be on. High performing teams are an organizations’ competitive advantage.

Designed exclusively for intact teams and work groups, the program with individual and team profiles, helps members understand how they score on the key components of The Five Behaviors model: “vulnerability based” trust, healthy, unfiltered conflict, commitment to common goals, accountability to actions, and consistent results. Each individual on the team will learn to incorporate their personal DiSC® style for ultimate team success.

The program includes:

  • 7 modules with over 40 minutes of professional video
  • Individual Profiles, participant handouts, take-away cards and activities
  • Podcasts, online resources, and a research report
  • Progress Reports and an Annotated Team Report for the Facilitator

 

Profile: A comprehensive, highly personalized, and accessible 36-page illustrated report that allows each person on the team, and the team as a whole, to understand how they scored on the assessment and how to interpret their individual and team results. The profile includes an introduction, a section devoted to each of the five behaviors, a summary of the team’s strengths and challenges, tips and suggestions, and a roadmap to help teams create an action plan based on their results.

Includes:

  • The Impact of Individual Working Style
  • Everything Style Team Map
  • Conflict Team Map
  • The Team’s Survey Results
  • Points of Discussion
  • Suggested Actions Plan for Continued Improvement

 

Progress Profile: Completely separate follow up profile highlights areas of greatest improvement and decline, offers productive points of discussion, and provides an action plan to help teams prioritize and set specific goals. You’ll be able to compare how a team’s performance has changed over time and highlights areas of greatest improvement and of greatest decline. Even if you have new team members who hadn’t completed the original profile, the progress profile will allow newcomers to “catch up” by completing the original styles and individual contributions portions of the tool.

 

What is the Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report?

The Annotated Progress Report is a personalized report specifically for the facilitator. The report will help you understand how to use The Five Behaviors Progress Report by giving you a snap shot and insight into your team’s scores.

 

Why should I use this tool? How will it help my team?

The Progress Report is designed especially to show a team how its behaviors have changed as compared to the last time the team was assessed. In addition to showing the improvements on the team, the report outlines challenges that may be hindering further development. The Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report will give the facilitator an overview of the team’s data. It also includes facilitation on how to facilitate a Five Behaviors session.

 

What do I do when a new member joins the team?

If one or two people have joined the team since the original assessment was completed, you will still be able to add their data to The Progress Report. These members will have a longer assessment experience, as they will need to take a style portion of the assessment to receive their style narrative and to be included on the Team Map and Conflict Map. These team members will answer questions about the team and will receive their own Progress Report. You also have the option to import DiSC® data from any Everything DiSC® assessment into The Progress Report. You may want to recommend new team members read The Five Dysfunctions of a Team in order to give them a deeper understanding of the model.

 

Does each team member receive an individual report?

Yes, each team member will receive a personalized report. This report includes the person’s working style and narrative from the original report in addition to outlining the team’s progress. It also includes the updated Team Map and Conflict Team Map. The Facilitator will receive their own Annotated Progress Report that includes an aggregate of the team’s data.

 

How do I get trained to use the Progress Report?

There are several facilitation tips and tools throughout the Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report. This free resource also includes optional activities you can utilize in a Five Behaviors session.

 

The program includes:

  • 7 modules with over 40 minutes of professional video
  • Individual Profiles, participant handouts, take-away cards and activities
  • Podcasts, online resources, and a research report
  • Progress Reports and an Annotated Team Report for the Facilitator

 

Profile: A comprehensive, highly personalized, and accessible 36-page illustrated report that allows each person on the team, and the team as a whole, to understand how they scored on the assessment and how to interpret their individual and team results. The profile includes an introduction, a section devoted to each of the five behaviors, a summary of the team’s strengths and challenges, tips and suggestions, and a roadmap to help teams create an action plan based on their results.

Includes:

  • The Impact of Individual Working Style
  • Everything Style Team Map
  • Conflict Team Map
  • The Team’s Survey Results
  • Points of Discussion
  • Suggested Actions Plan for Continued Improvement

 

Progress Profile: Completely separate follow up profile highlights areas of greatest improvement and decline, offers productive points of discussion, and provides an action plan to help teams prioritize and set specific goals. You’ll be able to compare how a team’s performance has changed over time and highlights areas of greatest improvement and of greatest decline. Even if you have new team members who hadn’t completed the original profile, the progress profile will allow newcomers to “catch up” by completing the original styles and individual contributions portions of the tool.

 

What is the Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report?

The Annotated Progress Report is a personalized report specifically for the facilitator. The report will help you understand how to use The Five Behaviors Progress Report by giving you a snap shot and insight into your team’s scores.

 

Why should I use this tool?  How will it help my team?

The Progress Report is designed especially to show a team how its behaviors have changed as compared to the last time the team was assessed. In addition to showing the improvements on the team, the report outlines challenges that may be hindering further development. The Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report will give the facilitator an overview of the team’s data. It also includes facilitation on how to facilitate a Five Behaviors session.

 

What do I do when a new member joins the team?

If one or two people have joined the team since the original assessment was completed, you will still be able to add their data to The Progress Report. These members will have a longer assessment experience, as they will need to take a style portion of the assessment to receive their style narrative and to be included on the Team Map and Conflict Map. These team members will answer questions about the team and will receive their own Progress Report. You also have the option to import DiSC® data from any Everything DiSC® assessment into The Progress Report. You may want to recommend new team members read The Five Dysfunctions of a Team in order to give them a deeper understanding of the model.

 

Does each team member receive an individual report?

Yes, each team member will receive a personalized report. This report includes the person’s working style and narrative from the original report in addition to outlining the team’s progress. It also includes the updated Team Map and Conflict Team Map. The Facilitator will receive their own Annotated Progress Report that includes an aggregate of the team’s data.

 

How do I get trained to use the Progress Report?

There are several facilitation tips and tools throughout the Annotated (Facilitator) Progress Report. This free resource also includes optional activities you can utilize in a Five Behaviors session.

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The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

New York Times best selling author Patrick Lencioni offers an incredibly real leadership fable that is as enthralling as it is instructive just like his first two books, The Five Temptations of a CEOand The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive.  Kathryn Peterson’s DecisionTech leadership team is in such disarray that it threatens to being down the entire company.  Lencioni weaves his five dysfunctions model—those behaviors a team must overcome in order to effectively accomplish its goals into the story–so relevant to teams in today’s workplace.  These dysfunctions include the absence of trust, fear of conflict, lack of commitment, avoidance of accountability and inattention to results.