Businesses are experiencing unprecedented change. Teams are expected to do more than ever with limited resources. The contribution of and co-operation between team members is critically important to the survival and growth of most businesses.

The Enneagram of Teams is based on the Riso-Hudson Insight Approach, but is a separate model from the Nine Domains. It identifies the key structures that impact team performance and provides a model for the process of team formation, development, and performance. Integrating the Enneagram of Teams and Personality Types creates an environment that constructively engages teams to deliver results, develop creative and innovative solutions, and thrive.

Using the Enneagram of Teams, the Enneagram of Personality Types, and case studies, this presentation will assist leaders, consultants, and coaches in understanding:

9 key structures that impact team performance

The process of team formation and disintegration

The team lifecycle

Why conflict occurs and how to reduce it

The key leadership challenges and suggested styles for each stage of the lifecycle

How to accelerate team development and sustain performance

How to diagnose and address team performance issues

How to constructively build a team identity that maximizes performance, cooperation, and problem solving

Rod Gozzard is an international executive specializing in strategy implementation with 20 years of deep practical experience building new organizational capabilities and remediating troubled projects for some of the world’s largest companies. Rod has used the Enneagram extensively for the past 10 years in business consulting and executive coaching engagements.

Rod Gozzard

2010

2010 IEA Global Conference

San Francisco, California, USA

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