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The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick M. Lencioni

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Chapter 16. GOING DEEPER

When the team returned from a short break, it was clear that they had already lost some of the glow from the morning's session. They spent the next several hours, working through lunch, reviewing their individual behavioral tendencies according to a variety of diagnostic tools that they had completed before coming to Napa. One of these was the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.

Kathryn was pleasantly surprised that even Martin seemed to be engaged in the discussion. But then again, she reasoned, everyone likes to learn about—and talk about—themselves. Until the criticism comes, that is. And it was about to come.

But Kathryn decided that late afternoon was a bad time to dive into the next phase, given everyone's energy level. So ...

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