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The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team®

The Five Behaviors® mission is to help people build truly cohesive and
effective teams
that deliver results.

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Team dysfunction can destroy, certainly limit, the opportunity for an organization. 

  1. Does your team struggle with accountability?

  2. Is conflict unhealthy, or are issues and uncomfortable topics just plain ignored?

  3. Do people agree in a meeting but then go do their own thing afterward?

  4. Are people working toward their own goals – not the collective goals of the team / organization?

  5. Are people honest and willing to share their true opinions, or do they just agree to go with the flow?

  6. Are people defensive?


On the other hand, a productive, high-functioning team has a lot of upside:

  1. Makes better, faster decisions

  2. Taps into the skills and opinions of all members

  3. Avoids wasting time and energy on politics, confusion, and destructive conflict

  4. Avoids wasting time talking about the wrong issues and revisiting the same topics over and over because of a lack of buy-in

  5. Creates competitive advantage

  6. Is more fun to be on!



Outstanding teams provide a competitive advantage to the business – those that excel in productivity, performance, and relationships.  Based on best-selling author Patrick Lencioni’s book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team® is a unique learning experience that prepares individuals for success in teams.  The concepts are coupled with the power of industry-leading workplace assessment tools in a program proven to deliver business results. 

Odigos will facilitate a two-day workshop teaching on The Five Behaviors, how the team and individual’s score on each behavior, and how the individual’s styles contribute to the team’s overall success.  The workshop includes reviewing results of the individual and team reports from each person's Assessment, as well as team exercises and activities to build on each of the core behaviors.  The Five Behaviors model:

  • Trust

  • Conflict

  • Commitment

  • Accountability

  • Results


Participants will come out of the training not just with a knowledge of the model and of how the team is currently performing (based on the assessment), but also with specific plans to improve that performance.

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