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These questions are meant to get you thinking about how much you trust your teammates and how you can reinforce your own trustworthiness.
Refer to the wealth of articles in this book when proposing, designing or reviewing a development program.
Use these questions to extend your work on the Commitment section of The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team.
Games and activities to use with teams. Not just silly games, but ones with a purpose
Is your team suffering from division and mistrust? What can a leader or facilitator do about this?
It's the leader who sets the tone of the team's culture. If there's a lack of trust on a team, it might be a reflection of the leadership. How can a coach help?
Journal questions to continue your 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team facilitation.
These follow-up reports can be created for any two participants to illustrate their similarities and differences.
Compares how a team’s performance has changed over time and discover areas of greatest improvement and of greatest decline.
Meetings can be made more engaging by preparing an opening question. It can be an ice breaker for newly formed groups or a way to celebrate the accomplishments of the team. Here are some suggestions.