89% of The Five Behaviors learners say it improved their team’s effectiveness
The way we “team” is more complex than ever before. Whether we are collaborating in person, through screens, or a little of both, building a successful team can feel downright impossible. But what if it doesn’t have to feel that way?
Through impactful virtual and classroom learning experiences that empower individuals through self-discovery and constructive behavioral modeling, The Five Behaviors® is the only team development solution that rewrites the traditional rules for teamwork to build stronger teams. Transforming the team dynamic from disengaged to “let’s do this!”
What Is The Five Behaviors®?
Developed in Partnership with Patrick Lencioni, based on his international bestseller, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, The Five Behaviors® transforms teams through a powerful and approachable model that drive team effectiveness and productivity.
The Five Behaviors Overview
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team is the definitive guide for building healthy teams. As an international best-seller, it has transformed countless teams all over the world. The Five Behaviors takes the form of a pyramid, with each behavior serving as a foundation for the next. Simple, sound, and straightforward— this model challenges teams to rethink their approach when working together. The Five Behaviors model focuses on building skills and understanding in the areas of Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results which provides a common language for your teams as they navigate the ever-changing world of work.
How Does The Five Behaviors® Work?
Starting with The Five Behaviors assessment, team members will gain insights about themselves, others, and their approach to teamwork. These insights are then brought to life through a powerful virtual or in-person facilitated experience that works by addressing the full spectrum of essential cohesive team behaviors. When teams start with a foundation of vulnerability-based trust, they can be genuinely transparent and honest with one another. From this foundation, team members can channel the power of productive conflict and debate, commit to shared goals, hold each other accountable, and deliver better results—together.