Team Dynamics

The subject of Team Building has fascinated me for many years. I was blessed to have an opportunity to lead many different teams across different cultures, backgrounds and generations. I still keep learning something new every day while discovering things I never thought of.

Many say the most important trait of a strong team is commitment. Commitment to put the team’s interests first and willingness of each member to help each other to become everything they can be. A winning attitude is “I’ll forget my own immediate gratification to help a team member succeed, because I know the personal joy that I experience helping my teammates.”

Now the big question is – How do you build such dynamics and keep the fire burning?

I read an interesting book by Patrick Lencioni called “Five Dysfunctions Of A Team” and wanted to share the slide show prepared by Dr. David Packer prepared based on that book.