Off the back of my series of articles on The Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team, I have had a lot of people getting in touch with me to find out more information about what the program looks like and what kind of results it sees, so I thought I would share a case study from the very first client that Human Tribe took through the program over 5 years ago.
Before I jump in to the case study, I thought I would share some information about the program and how it was developed.
The Five Behaviors™ is the result of the partnership between Wiley and best-selling author Patrick Lencioni. The program identifies and addresses the five biggest challenges faced by teams in organisations: an absence of trust, not engaging in productive conflict, a lack of commitment, not being held accountable and not achieving collective results.
To kick off the program, all participants are asked to complete an online assessment of their team relating to each of the behaviours. This is then followed by facilitated workshops and observations to assist the team in identifying and assessing these destructive behaviours and agreeing on ways to overcome them in order to develop into a productive and cohesive team that trust one another, engage in healthy conflict that leads to commitment and accountability, all of which lead to every team member being committed to the collective results of the team.
So what could this look like in my business? Here is the international case study from the very first team that Human Tribe took through the program over 5 years ago; Harris Farm Markets.
If you can’t be bothered reading the case study, then I’ll share this quote that speaks directly to the ROI of the program:
Many of the leaders we work with describe their teams as “not bad but we could be better”. If you think your team could be better and you’d like to be able to “achieve what [you] set out to achieve”, let’s book in a 30-minute consult so you can tell us your story and explore if we can help you.
Thanks for reading!
Jess Weiss / Managing Consultant