Patrick Lencioni’s book ‘Five dysfunctions of a team’ outlines the key behavioral attributes of a team. But a team is comprised out individuals – each one of whom has an unique intrinsic motivator. John Stepper’s ‘Working out loud’ taps into this intrinsic motivation and is generally seen as a great way to achieve individual success. This talk is about the experiments with WOL and WOL circles that have lead us to discover the three key traits that Patrick Lencioni’s follow up book ‘The ideal team player’ captures. People achieving success through WOL are hungry, humble and smart. The talk will explore how these traits address the dysfunctions of the team and give the organizations the ultimate flexibility for dynamic re-teaming and exhibit true Business agility.
Duration 45 minutes
– Understand ‘Working out loud’ and how it helps in exhibiting true Business agility
– Explore the traits of an ideal team player and how ‘WOL’ circles can develop these traits