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Building Emotional Intelligence in Teams

Teams are critical to every organization’s success; they determine and set strategies, generate ideas for new products, and solve problems. Given their importance, why do so many people complain about their teams? If you ask Patrick Lencioni, it is because most teams are dysfunctional.

The SOCIAL STYLE Model provides an ideal platform and starting point for teams seeking to overcome the Five Dysfunctions. By learning to recognize style preferences and Social Style Puzzle and 5 Dysfunctions Coverpracticing versatility, team members reduce unproductive conflict, increase effectiveness, and maximize team productivity.

To learn more about how we help Teams over come the Five Dysfunctions, download our latest Whitepaper, “SOCIAL STYLE and The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.”

How does your team overcome the Five Dysfunctions and build emotional intelligence into your team values and actions?  What is working for you?

1 comment to Building Emotional Intelligence in Teams

  • Raleigh Ormerod

    Paul McCartney says:

    “People are the same where ever you go. There is good and bad in everyone. We learn to live when we learn to give each other what we need to survive.”

    Social Styles training will enable you to ‘learn to give each other what you need’ to improve team performance beyond expectations.

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