The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick M. Lencioni (24/24)

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This one is good for teams and organizations as well – I also believe it can help in family and personal lives too. It helps set up scenarios about group efforts, how and why communication may fail and break down and how to turn that around. The skills are applicable to many aspects, not just business. I found that I could identify obstacles in my teammates’ attitudes and behavior, as well a solution and way to redirect them to a more positive and successful outcome.

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