The Table Group provides consulting services for leaders and teams who want to make their organizations healthier. We have consultants around the world who work with organizations of all sizes in a wide variety of industries. Every situation is unique and our consultants customize their work to each client's particular needs.
Our consulting approach, outlined in Patrick Lencioni's book, Getting Naked, is to serve our clients from a place of transparency and humility. Everything we do is practical (not academic), relevant (not touchy feely) and fast (not slow or boring).
While every client engagement is unique based on the needs of the leadership team and organization, the most common services we provide are:
This is the signature service of Table Group Consulting and the ideal starting point for any organizational health effort.
After the initial off-site, our consultants work with clients over time on the implementation and adoption of organizational health.
For information on the products and management training we offer around The Five Dysfunctions of a Team and Employee Engagement click on the images below.
We have consultants throughout the U.S. and in countries around the world, including: Canada, Australia, Great Britain, Belgium, Switzerland, South Africa and China.
We have Principal Consultants throughout the United States as well as in the United Kingdom and Australia.
In addition to our consultants, we partnered with a handful of firms around the world to deliver our content to leaders and their teams.
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Thoughts from the Field
Our principal consultants share their insights on implementing organizational health with clients.
By Gordon Blocker
In my work guiding clients to lead healthy organizations, I see pretty clearly that a team meeting is a great indicator of its health. One IT team I recently met with is a perfect example: our offsite…
By Jeff Gibson
I've always been very disciplined. Even as a kid, I wanted to do things the "best way." I remember going to the dentist once and when he asked about my teeth-brushing habits, I proudly exp…