Designing Your Practice: The Missing Element
Patrick Lencioni has found that to maximize the power of interpersonal relationships, you need to do two things: successfully resolve conflict and build trust.Download now >>
Maximizing Workplace Success.
Conflict can cost companies money, inhibit action, and hamper innovation. Surveys even indicate that managers spend 20 to 40 percent of their time dealing with workplace conflict. That conflict can sap your organization’s energy and diminish profits.
Whether you’re a team or project leader, a manager, or a member of your company’s executive team, the ability to handle difficult situations constructively is critical to business success. A team’s success is all dependent on how they are together—how they want and need to interact, and what they need to achieve their goals.
Remember that in a business setting especially, teams are constructed when it is difficult or impossible for one individual to achieve the goal alone. So why risk calamity? It’s sure to come if you ignore a well-documented fact, like increased positivity leading to increased productivity.
Read about one of Tony’s group case studies here.