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Guest Speaker, Performance | May 22, 2019 | 2 min read

Lessons With Lancaster: 5 Dysfunctions of a Team

The Leinster Senior Coach highlights the pitfalls to be avoided by high performing teams at all costs.
John Portch

Most of you will have worked in teams that enjoyed high levels of trust but equally you’re likely to have endured the opposite.


“I’m sure you’ve experienced teams where there is that level of distrust, a lack of transparency, a lack of honesty in the conversations and a lot of conversations going on in the corridor rather than in the meetings rooms,” says Stuart Lancaster.

The Senior Coach of Leinster Rugby adds: “It’s your job as the leader to build that trust and you can only do that if you’ve got integrity and do what you say you’re going to do.”

Lancaster touched on the qualities of high performing teams last week and here he shines a light on the five dysfunctions that can undermine even the most talented of teams.

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