The Table Group

A Patrick Lencioni Company

Welcome IHRSA Conference Attendees!

Thanks for attending Pat’s recent keynote session in San Francisco, California. If you’re interested in launching a team-building initiative, below you will find a variety of ways to improve the cohesion of your club leadership team. Whether it’s implementing a program on your own or bringing in a consultant to help you, we’re here to help you transform your team.

Get Started On Your Own

For those of you who are interested in getting started right away and working on your own with your team, we have developed a suite of products based on The Five Dysfunctions of a Team to help leaders and their teams address the behavioral obstacles to teamwork. These products include an Online Team Assessment, Facilitator’s Guide, Participant Workbook, Field Guide, and Video Presentation.

As an IHRSA member, you are entitled to a special 10% discount to jump-start your team-building effort. This discount applies to everything available in our store, including books and products. Simply enter “IHRSA2011” at checkout. Promotion code expires 10/30/11. Click here to access our store »

In addition, here is a recent article by Pat with some tips for getting started. Read on »

Bring a Consultant to Your Club

Could you use some help with consulting? We have hand-picked an exclusive group of independent consultants, trained by Pat and the Table Group staff. Our principal consultants help teams of all levels and industries improve organizational effectiveness. For more information »

Complimentary Organizational Health Survey

Is my organization functioning at its maximum potential?. This is a question that keeps leaders up at night and can be difficult to answer given the many variables that surround running an organization.

Based on Pat’s The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive, this survey answers critical questions for leaders and provides a snapshot of an organization’s overall health. Click here to take the survey »


Click here to read a recent POV from Pat: Discounting Teamwork