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5 Dysfunctions Questions
5 Dysfunctions Question List
Please answer these Questions HONESTLY and find our where you stand as a team.
Is every member of the team passionate and unguarded when openly discussing business issues with each other?
All your team members are comfortable discussing openly each other’s deficiencies or unproductive behaviours.
Everyone in the team is aware of what their peers are working on, and how they personally contribute to the collective good of the team.
Members of the team are quick to genuinely apologise to one another when they say or do something inappropriate or possibly damaging to the team.
Team members willingly make sacrifices such as budgets or head count in their departments or areas of responsibility for the good of the team.
Everyone openly admit their weaknesses and mistakes.
Team meetings are compelling and not boring.
Team members leave meetings confident that their peers are completely committed to the decisions that were agreed on, even if there was initial disagreement.
Morale is significantly affected by the failure to achieve team goals.
During team meetings, the most important and difficult issues are put on table to be resolved.
Team members are deeply concerned about the prospect of letting down their peers.
Team members know about one another’s personal lives and are comfortable discussing them.
Team members end discussions with clear and specific resolutions and calls to action.
Team members challenge each other about their plans and approaches.
Team members are slow to seek credit for their own contributions, but quick to point out the good work of others.
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