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What is The Five Dysfunctions of a Team program?

An assessment-based learning program that helps professionals and their organizations learn how to build a truly cohesive and effective team in the most approachable, competent, and effective way possible.


The Five Dysfunctions assessment, which provides both individual and team feedback, is grounded in the model described in best selling fable by Patrick Lencioni - The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Ask about our Team Trifecta:
The Ideal Team Player 
The Six Types of Working Genius 
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Is your team working effectively together to achieve overall results? Does your team have clarity and goals, objectives, expectations for working together? Are you driving team health to gain a strategic advantage?

Create Results Consulting is part of The Table Group's - a Patrick Lencioni Company - CapaPro network focusing on helping strengthen team unity and success. We use The Five Dysfunctions of a Team as the foundation of team development. 

This insightful and powerful program provides owners and leaders with a means for empowering teams at all levels to enhance team effectiveness and cooperation leading to the achievement of desired business goals.  



Teamwork.  A strategic advantage.

“The true measure of a team is that it accomplishes the results it sets out to achieve” – Pat Lencioni

In 2002, Patrick Lencioni inspired leaders and businesses to contemplate the value of teamwork with his internationally best-selling leadership fable, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Over two million copies of his book have been sold, and the concepts and beliefs in the book have had a profound impact on how and why organizations focus on creating high performing teams. The ideas from The Five Dysfunctions of a Team were used to create an approach for leaders and businesses to drive team health throughout organizations large and small.


TEAMS with a STRATEGIC advantage:


Team members willing to be genuine and transparent with one another are able to build trust. As uncomfortable as it may be, they are prepared to be vulnerable with each other about their weaknesses, fears, mistakes, and failures. This enables them to eliminate the need for concealing these areas in favor of being completely open and honest with one another. 



When trust is apparent among team members, they are more willing to engage in constructive debate around ideas that are important to the organization’s and team’s success. They will not hesitate to passionately argue with, challenge, and question each other, all in the essence of exploring and discovering the relevant solutions and generating the best decisions.


Teams that offer opinions and engage in productive conflict around ideas inspire active commitment from each team member around what the team will achieve, who is responsible for delivering what, and how members must behave in order to succeed. This occurs because they ensure that all thoughts, opinions and ideas of members are considered and valued; thus, they all commit to a clear plan of action.


Teams that secure commitment to decisions and a clear plan of action are more willing to hold one another accountable by reminding one another of their agreed upon responsibilities. Cohesive teams don’t rely on the team leader as the primary arbiter of accountability; they are willing to call each other out when members are not fulfilling commitments.


Cohesive teams are relentless in the pursuit of the best interest of the whole, over personal ego or goals. They trust one another, engage in productive debate around ideas, commit even if when they don't agree, and hold one another accountable, to ensure all reap the benefits of achieving shared goals and the greatest results possible.  



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