World-Class Leadership at the 2019 Global Leadership Summit
Enterprise Solutions Architect
Earlier this year I switched to a different group at Xerox and was struck by how different the pace and culture of the new team was, compared to my previous group. Despite a steep learning curve, seemingly impossible deadlines, and a global team operating in different time zones, I observed teammates having a greater ability to help and support. When I asked them about it, they attributed it to trust and relationships.
I was reminded of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by Patrick Lencioni. I read it again, and was amazed at how on-point it still is, almost two decades since it’s original release in 2002, highlighting trust and vulnerability as the top two things to work on, when building a strong team.
Patrick Lencioni will be one of the speakers at this year’s Global Leadership Summit!
He will unpack his new work on motivation and how it shapes our leadership.
I have recently started reading one of
2019 is my third year as a Resource Coordinator and a member of