Understanding The Five Behaviors®
Cohesive and effective teams that deliver results are an integral part of every successful organization. The Five Behaviors® helps cultivate more cohesive and effective teams by identifying how individuals contribute to their team’s development, and how their part of the whole can make or break the team and its dynamic. With this model, it’s possible to build trust and collaboration amongst team members and create a culture of teamwork.
What is The Five Behaviors?
The Five Behaviors tests essential cohesive team behaviors are based on Patrick Lencioni’s model of Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results. Participants learn how these five behaviors come together to create cohesive teams and obtain a deeper understanding of both themselves and others. Given the powerful results, teams are better able to work together and cultivate a culture of teamwork.
Who’s The Five Behaviors For?
The Five Behaviors is useful for both individuals and teams who want to better understand themselves and others, learn to work more effectively together, are experiencing a change in leadership, and/or feel stuck. It is also useful for organizations that want to cultivate a culture of teamwork.
What does The Five Behaviors measure?
The Five Behaviors measures individuals and teams in 5 areas: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results. Based on outcomes, participants receive a robust, personalized profile that helps drive understanding of self and others, as well as actionable strategies to improve over time.
What are the benefits of The Five Behaviors?
The Five Behaviors creates a culture of collaboration and communication, and increases cohesiveness and trust among teams. In doing so it can transform the culture of whole organizations.
The Importance Of The Five Behaviors Defined
Developing More Cohesive Teams
Great teamwork is the foundation of great organizations. To help individuals better understand themselves, their team members, and how they can effectively work together, we utilize The Five Behaviors model. This framework enables team members to recognize and embrace shared imperfections, ultimately establishing a strong foundation of vulnerability-based trust. From this foundation, we’ll teach team members to channel the power of conflict, commit to shared goals, hold each other accountable, and deliver better results—together.
- Team cohesivity
- Resolved team dysfunction
- Built a foundation of team principles