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The Organizational Health model: 1. Build a cohesive team, 2. Create clarity, 3. Over-communicate clarity, 4. Reinforce clarity

The Organizational Health Model

This course will help you with Discipline 1 of Patrick Lencioni's Organizational Health model: Building a Cohesive Leadership Team. Mastering the Five Dysfunctions of a Team will allow your leadership team to:

  • Tap into one another's skills and experiences
  • Avoid wasting time talking about the wrong issues and revisiting the same topics because of lack of buy-in
  • Make higher quality decisions and accomplish more in less time with fewer resources
  • Put critical topics on the table and have lively meetings
  • Align the team around common objectives
  • Retain star employees

 

 

 

 

Approach

The badge is built on foundations of automated feedback, reflection, and guidance for building out your personal organizational health notebook. Over 75 modules present videos, readings, and activities to help you build your own agenda and materials in preparation for working with your team.

You earn the first badge in Lencioni's Series on Organizational Health: Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team as you complete the course. You can display this certification on your favorite professional and social media sites.

You have access to this Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team course for a year after the day you start the course. Come back into the course at any time during the year to review the videos, and download tools or other resources.

Learning Outcomes

Drawing on Patrick Lencioni's extensive consulting experience and reaffirming many of the themes cultivated in his best-selling books, this badge helps you develop the motivation, background, and tools for applying the first discipline of Organizational Health: Build a Cohesive Leadership Team. This actionable approach will help you achieve long-term, sustainable success within your own work and organization.

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The Organizational Health model seems simple, but the reality is that it is the some of the most difficult work required by organizations. Pat's model is one that I personally believe in, and it's a model that's been proven in practice for many organizations that The Table Group has worked with.

Dennis Lanham, Sr. Assistant Dean and Executive Director

Silicon Valley Executive Center