The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Profile Coming Soon


Get the Five Dysfunctions of a Team Profile by calling to pre-order.

The all new Everything DiSC companion profile for Patrick Lencioni’s best-selling Five Dysfunctions of a Team is soon to be released.

You will now be able to apply The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Profile to your own team.

The team report provides sophisticated, detailed and highly personalized analysis of your team’s strengths and weaknesses, plus specific guidance for overcoming pitfalls; enabling your team to become more effective, productive and a cohesive high performing team.

The assessment has two sections:  An individual section and a team section.  The individualized section assesses the respondent’s individual behavioral style and is based on the popular Everything DiSC Profile model.  The team section offers suggestions and feedback based on the dynamics of the broader team.

The result?   More productive meetings, greater focus, increased collaboration, less frustration, and higher team performance.

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Assessment Facilitation Kit:

Upon release, the Five Dysfunctions of a Team Facilitation Kit will contain everything you need to deliver the all new Five Dysfunctions of a Team training program.   The kit will include:

  • Program overview
  • Scripted Facilitator’s Guide with discussion questions, sample agendas, and classroom activities
  • PowerPoint slides with embedded video
  • Sample Individual report
  • Sample Annotated Team Report
  • Action planning worksheet
  • PDF of slides deck
  • A Podcast from the R & D Director

To facilitate a Five Dysfunctions training program, each team member will need to take the Five Dysfunctions personal profile.  It takes 10-15 minutes to complete and it provides detailed feedback for both the individual and the entire team.

Stay tuned for the official announcement of the release of this dynamic new program.

You will be able to access the Five Dysfunctions of a Team profile right from your EPIC Account.

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