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Developing the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team: Personal Development

Thursday, January 14, 2021, 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM
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Chantel Hardaway
Tim Pucino
Educational Program
Registration is required before Monday, January 11, 2021 at 6:00 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
This is a virtual event. The link for this program will be provided after registration has closed.
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Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team: Personal Development

What makes a great team? And how do we even begin to navigate teamwork in a virtual environment?
It all starts with you. In today’s business world we are often called upon to be a member of a team. It might be the primary team we were hired to, but it can also be a shorter term project team. When we find ourselves in that position whether it is in person or virtual, what are the behaviors that insure we are being the best team player we can be?
In his blockbuster book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni identifies five basic behaviors every member of any team needs to develop in order to be effective: 
• Trust One Another
• Engage in Productive Conflict Around Ideas
• Commit to Team Decisions
• Hold One Another Accountable to those Commitments
• Focus on Achieving the Collective Results of the Team
But each of these behaviors take understanding and effort. In many cases we need to move outside our natural comfort zone.
Wiley Workforce Solutions has partnered with Pat Lencioni to develop a personal assessment and learning process designed to help you understand these five behaviors and create an action plan to develop the skill to use them any time you are part of a team.  
CAPHRA is pleased to host Susan Stamm, Rick Stamm, and Jeannie Bril of The TEAM Approach, a Lancaster-based training and development company. They will take us through this learning process so we can experience its power for ourselves. As a result of this workshop we will be on our way to enhancing our personal skills as a team player and be able to effectively communicate to other members of our team(s) why these behaviors are so important.