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Learn how Microsoft leveraged The Five Behaviors to unite three global groups across US, EMEA, and Asia into one cohesive team. They utilized the framework to depersonalize discussions, develop a common language, and enable both structural and behavioral elements of team performance.
Learn how UBC leveraged Productive Conflict to ignite change through embracing healthy conflict. This team built a constructive engagement culture anchored in awareness of self and others, ultimately leading to camaraderie that delivers strong results.
Discover how one virtual leadership team took a proactive approach to engage their team members and team culture in their online workplace. The Five Behaviors was utilized as an accelerator to build trust based relationships and in turn enhance effectiveness of geographically dispersed teams.
Creating a sense of community within any organization can be a demanding task. By encouraging employee growth and celebrating success, the challenge can turn into a rewarding journey.
See how this leadership team discovered the solution to get aligned, empower their employees, and move teams toward collective success. Our approach is grounded in Patrick Lencioni’s The Five Behaviors model for teamwork, which has been successfully delivered for over 15 years across thousands of organizations.
Learn how one healthcare provider transformed a demoralized leadership team into a highly cohesive unit. Our approach is grounded in Patrick Lencioni’s The Five Behaviors model for teamwork, which has been successfully delivered for over 15 years across thousands of organizations.
What do you do when your patients are happy…but your hospital staff isn’t? A healthcare leader at one of “America’s 50 Best Hospitals”* turns to The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ to transform a diverse department into a healthy team.
We are pleased to share how this 129 year old iconic brand deployed Work of Leaders to build a leadership legacy with the next 100 years in mind. We know that culture transformation begins with the executive team.