People First are accredited facilitators of the Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team®

The Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team is focused on helping people learn exactly how to build a team that effectively works together to achieve their common goals.

We work with organizations to take talented individuals and turn them into extraordinary teams.

As accredited facilitators of the Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team®, we will lead this development program to improve your team’s effectiveness and productivity through the understanding and application of The Five Behaviors®: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results.

What are The Five Behaviours?

TRUST: Building the Foundation of a Cohesive Team

Trust is the core of a cohesive team and can only be achieved if your team is willing to be completely vulnerable with one another. Our accredited facilitators will conduct a personality assessment to gain insight on your team and peers to develop empathy, ultimately resulting in trust building.

CONFLICT: Engaging in Healthy Conflict

In a workplace, conflict can be uncomfortable but is also inevitable. However, productive conflict, with a focus on concepts and ideas, allows a team to grow. We will work with your team to build a foundation of vulnerability-based trust, which will result in conflict becoming an attempt to find the best possible solution in the shortest period of time.

COMMITMENT: Buying in on Decisions

Commitment does not mean a consensus among your team, but clarity around decisions. Our facilitators will show your teams how commitment allows them to move forward with complete buy-in, even if some initially disagreed.

ACCOUNTABILITY: Holding Team Members Accountable

Do your team members avoid difficult conversations?
Our facilitators will teach your people that calling out peers on performance and behaviours that might hurt the team is, in actuality, essential to success.

RESULTS: Focusing on Collective Results

If your team is not paying attention to results, they are not working together in the best way possible. Successful teams work together to ensure everyone is doing their best to accomplish team goals, regardless of individual responsibilities and expertise.