Welcome to the Consultant & Practitioner Alliance (CAPA)

CAPA Pro - A Table Group Membership Network

CAPA stands for Consulting and Practitioner Alliance, and it’s designed for anyone who is passionate about making organizations more effective and less dysfunctional. Members of CAPA Pro will have access to events, content, tools, education, advice and a community all devoted to transforming leaders, teams and companies.

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The Emerge Stronger Conference—Now On-demand

A virtual event, from our living room to yours, combining live commentary from Patrick Lencioni and 5 must-see recorded interviews and keynotes. Pat Lencioni and the Table Group team present some of the most impactful lessons from top leaders in the world of business to help strengthen your leadership and prepare you to emerge stronger into a new world of work. Hurry! On-demand viewing is only available through September 30th.

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Help Clients Engage Employees Now

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The job misery model gives managers a framework and tools to engage, motivate and retain employees by eliminating the three primary causes of job misery.

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Help Clients Cultivate Ideal Team Players

Patrick Lencioni TEDx Talk

Pat Lencioni Has a TEDx Talk!

Are You an Ideal Team Player?

Watch This 13 Minute Video and Find Out

Thematic Goal: Help Teams Establish their Rally Cry

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For More Help in Establishing a Thematic Goal:

A thematic goal provides a rallying cry for an organization–a clear direction for the entire organization for a fixed period of time determined by answering the question, "What is most important, right now?"

Podcast: What's Your Rally Cry?

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Teamwork: Help Teams Become More Effective

Online Team Assessment: Assess Your Virtual Team
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This is a great time to assess how your team and client teams are performing virtually against the Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Learn More

Podcast: The Five Dysfunctions of Virtual Teams
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This new virtual work environment poses unique challenges for teams looking to become more cohesive and effective. Pat and crew discuss how teams can overcome the five dysfunctions in a virtual world and emerge from this crisis better. Listen Now

PDF Downloads
  • Personal Histories Exercise PDF

    Purpose: To improve trust by giving team members an opportunity to demonstrate vulnerability in a low-risk way and to help team members understand one another at a fundamental level so that they can avoid making false attributions about behaviors and intentions.

  • Five Dysfunctions Model Overview PDF

    The first step toward reducing politics and confusion within your team is to understand that there are five dysfunctions to contend with, and address each that applies, one by one.

Meetings: Help Teams Improve their Meetings

There Are 4 Different Types of Meetings:

Help your clients avoid meeting stew by creating the proper context for their discussions.

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Make Your Clients' Meetings Matter

The Meeting Advantage is a web-based tool designed to solve one of the most painful and common realities in business — unfocused, ineffective and mediocre meetings.

The Meeting Advantage
Podcast
  • Meetings & Movies

    Most meetings are bad – but they shouldn't be. Pat and Cody discuss how leaders can borrow from the secrets of screenwriters and film directors to make their meetings more compelling and engaging. Pat draws on his own experience writing screenplays, and presents concepts from his book Death By Meeting.


Livestreams Available on YouTube

Share the Talks with your Teams

Online Team Assessment

Naked Service Defined

Naked service requires the provider to be vulnerable—to embrace uncommon levels of humility, selflessness and transparency for the good of the client. Client loyalty and trust are achieved by overcoming the three fears.