Five Dysfunctions is delivered in the form of a fable, Lencioni offers the reader a chance to reflect and also to consider the fact that the obvious is often not always the most impactful. It explores leadership behaviour and promotes the idea of ‘professional conflict’ to avoid group think and consensus without commitment. In an educational world of constant change, this book offers a short approach to leadership that reminds all of the purpose and the need to challenge the big issues, not just the small ones. Recommended for anyone facing leadership block. Easily read in an hour or so.
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Glyn Potts – @GlynYOGIPotts