A Joosr Guide to The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni, Joosr
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Five dysfunctional behaviors are at the core of every team's issues, and The Five Dysfunctions of a Team will teach how to recognize and overcome them. If you're a team leader, the information in this book will change the way you look at group leadership.

Your team has amazing potential, but it's held back by bad teamwork and destructive attitudes. In The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, you'll learn just how these issues are created, what kind of damage they're doing to your team, and most importantly, how to stop them.

You will learn:

· What makes people put their own interests ahead of the team's

· Why conflict is a good thing that every team needs more of

· How the five common dysfunctions of a team are connected, leading from a simple lack of trust to the complete failure of the team.
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As a team leader, you want to protect the members of your team from harm, while still making sure they can function well together. To make this happen, you need to encourage healthy, constructive conflict whenever you see the potential for it. When conflict does arise, allow your team to resolve it for themselves, stepping in to intervene only if the debate becomes personal or insulting
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