Great ideas alone won’t sustain a company in today’s economy. That’s because the internet has made it easier than ever for all of us—including your competitors—to gain access to the best thinking on strategy, technology and other key topics.
But there’s one often overlooked way you can gain an edge for your company: building a healthier organization.
Surveys today show that many workers are dissatisfied and looking to leave their companies at their first opportunity. Teams that are suffering from low morale because of an unhealthy corporate culture will not do their best work—and unfortunately, that’s the case in many workplaces today.
Your company can outdistance its rivals by creating an environment that frees employees to tap their intelligence and creativity—and makes them want to stay.
- How to root out dysfunction in your organization
- Strategies for building a cohesive leadership team
- The ideal way to align your team around your mission and goals
- Techniques for maintaining clarity of vision
- Simple but powerful ways to get more out of meetings
If you want to inspire your team to do its best work, this seminar will provide a valuable roadmap.
Patrick Lencioni started The Table Group in 1997 based on a principle he had been unconsciously developing since childhood.
Growing up, Pat became fascinated with the world of work as he listened to his dad describe the frustrating dysfunction and chaos within the company where he worked for 40 years. Though he didn’t know it at the time, he would eventually dedicate his career to helping organizations, and the people who work within them, become healthier and more successful.
Today, Pat serves as president of The Table Group, where he spends his time writing books and articles related to leadership and organizational life, speaking to audiences interested in those topics, and consulting to CEOs and their teams so that they can apply his principles in their organizations. In 2005, Pat started his POV program with the intention of sharing his models, ideas and insights around organizational life to his readers and clients.
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