TRIED AND TESTED: THE ‘PERILLS’ OF COACHING

David Clutterbuck shares PERILL: a pragmatic model of team function and dysfunction for use in team coaching Over the past 10 years, I have introduced a stream of trainee team coaches across the world to two models in particular: Lencioni’s (2002) and Hawkins’ (2011). In their feedback and presentations on practice, it’s clear that clients and coaches like the simplicity of Lencioni’s deficit model, which proposes five key dysfunctions of a team: absence of trust, fear of conflict, lack of commitment, avoidance of accountability and inattention to results. However, it only reveals the limited set of problems contained within the model; […]

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