Tuesday, February 23, 2021 3PM EDT/12PM PDT
When you meet with your management team, do you know the answers to the following questions?
· Do team members openly and readily disclose their opinions?
· Are team meetings compelling and productive?
· Does the team come to decisions quickly and avoid getting bogged down by consensus?
· Do team members confront one another about their shortcomings?
· Do team members sacrifice their own interests for the good of the team?
If the answer to any of these questions is “no”, this session will provide value to your organization. It is based on the book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni, a ground-breaking guide to the forces that prevent teams from operating efficiently and effectively.
Learning objectives: By attending this session participants will learn:
1. What the five dysfunctions of a team are.
2. How to recognize them in your team.
3. The important role of the leader in overcoming them.
4. How conflict helps in overcoming the five dysfunctions.
Presentation by Dick Kornbluth.
Dick Kornbluth has been a residential retrofit home insulation and home performance contractor since 1977. In 1992, he wrote the training manual and delivered the training for a performance-based low-income utility-sponsored weatherization program that incorporated combustion health and safety testing, air-sealing and blower-door testing to measure performance. His company, EnTherm Inc, was the first company recruited into NYSERDA's Home Performance with Energy Star™ program. Since leaving GreenHomes America in 2010, he has been active conducting training in home performance for PGW and CSG. He is also a nationally certified radon mitigation contractor and has been mitigating radon problems in Central New York building since 1987.
Earn Up To 1.5 BPI CEUs
Free to BPI GoldStar Contractors and BPI Test Centers; $50 fee for all othersClick here to register