The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Monday February 19, 2018
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Managing or working on a team where infighting, back stabbing, lack of accountability and trust exist is not only draining and stressful but also defeating. Creating a functional team is possible…. it takes a strong understanding of the causes of dysfunctional behaviors and the courage and discipline to eliminate them.

In this dynamic, engaging and thought provoking presentation we will explore the Five Dysfunctions of a team and learn how to overcome each dysfunction!

This is a phenomenal opportunity for you to learn from a leader in the field, but also to roll up your sleeves and participate. This presentation is a must for every member!

Topics Include:

  • The definition of dysfunction
  • The 5 dysfunctions of a team
  • Behaviors team members demonstrate when trust is present
  • Behaviors team members demonstrate when trust is absent


  • Clear understanding of the five dysfunctions of a team
  • Specific steps we can take to eliminate team dysfunctions
  • Clear understanding of the conflict pendulum and what you need to do to engage in healthy debate


3041 N Mayfair Road, Milwaukee, WI

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Julie Kowalski, President – Spizzerinctum Group

Julie Kowalski is a seasoned thought leader, consultant, executive coach, superb facilitator and phenomenal motivational speaker.  She’s also an energetic, and spirited professional trainer.  Through her own working history, Julie has gained valuable insight and acumen into the science of what it takes to start and run successful businesses as well as the art of earning and retaining customer and employee loyalty.   Julie maintains working relationships with a wide variety of business owners and executives from small family-owned businesses to Fortune 100 companies.

Julie has spent her career helping employees create self-sufficient and streamlined processes which lead customers to be delighted and staff to be rewarded with success.  Julie’s enthusiasm and energy naturally encourage her participants to actively engage in learning.

Besides being named one of the “World’s Most Creative Thinkers” by bestselling author Seth Godin in his book Purple Cow, Julie possesses over 25 years of first hand business experience.  Her accomplishments include personally starting and successfully managing multi-million dollar companies.