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Dear friends,

I conduct the above training programme. This is based on the book written by Patrick Lencioni. I have video of interview of Mr Lencioni also.

This is not ordinary team building training wherein emphasis is more or games. Understanding team dysfunctions requires maturity and this programme can be conducted only for managers. In the training I give insight on the dysfunctions that the team has been affected with. Training acts as starting point for creating change.

Recently I conducted this programme for my IT client at Kolkata. The programme went on very well. Those who are interested to conduct this programme for their company staffs, can approach me.

Once again let me repeat that this programme is aimed at those who are in position or who desire to bring conceptual change in their team's functioning. Ordinary games on teamwork are fine but these do not eradicate the dysfunctions which are something like chronic disease. Games only give temporary relief and things come back to square one. Therefore, leave it to me on how to organise the training if you wish to bring the change earnestly.

Thanks,

Dinesh V Divekar


From India, Bangalore
Dear friends,

In a span of three months, I have conducted the above programme second time. Both the times it went on quite well.

Team dysfunctions are something like disease of the body. To detect the disease we need to do some diagnostic/medical test. Before the training programme, I conduct the test to find out what ails the team. In the training programme, my participants get insight on malaise that lies in the team in which they work.

Training on teamwork is far more than conducting few games. Teamwork is more a psychological phenomenon. I am not against conducting games per se. However, my decade in the field of training shows me that games address the team's problems superficially and once the participants go back to their work, it's back to square one.

Those who are interested to conduct the training on this module may contact me. They will get value for their money that is for sure.

Thanks,

Dinesh V Divekar


From India, Bangalore
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