Leading by Influence

What makes the difference between an individual on a team and the ideal team player?

Effective leaders with influence have discovered the key: Positive working relationships and consistent modeling of expectations are powerful. Drawing on the work of Patrick Lencioni, we will uncover the three virtues of the ideal team player—Humble, Smart, and Hungry.

The ideal team member would be an ideal team player, a person who encapsulates all three of these virtues. When a leader is also a team player in ways that are clear to their team and to their peers, they can more easily lead by influence.

Participants will develop the following Workplace Competencies, being able to: 

  • Use their understanding of The Five Behaviors™ pyramid model to build a tighter team.
  • Identify and make use of the three virtues of the Ideal Team Player and what they look like.
  • Develop the three virtues in themselves and use them to influence their team.
  • Develop the three virtues in their teams, realizing the process of development builds influence. 

Contact us to learn more about The Ideal Team Player training in Iowa, the Midwest, and across the US.

Group Dynamic is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities.