Principal Consultant, The Table Group
Founder, Chris Jenson, LLC
Chris brings over 15 years of experience to his partnership with The Table Group. Whether he's working with a CEO and their leadership team, addressing groups of leaders during a conference or workshop, or counseling a client one-on-one, Chris brings his passion, enthusiasm and contagious optimism for organizational health to every client he touches.
Currently, Chris works regularly with CEOs and executive teams in quickly and effectively applying the concepts related to organizational health. His clients span a broad spectrum of various industries, including aerospace, consumer goods, health care, technology, education and local churches.
Chris has extensive first hand experience building high-performing teams by implementing the models in his own teams under pressure to produce results.
Prior to partnering with The Table Group, Chris worked for InsideTrack, a San Francisco based technology and service organization, in the enterprise education segment. Before that, he worked in the ministry for nearly 10 years in California. He received his degree in Biblical Studies from Patten University.
Chris lives with his wife and five children in Portland, Oregon.
Partial Client List
- Adventist Health
- Express Inc.
- Harborstone Credit Union
- Holt International
- Millennium Pharmaceuticals
- Roseburg Forest Products
- Straus Family Creamery
“Chris had a significant impact on our executive team, improving the way we communicate, deal with conflict and prioritize. Chris is an effective collaborator who by way of listening and helping us better understand each other, strengthened the cohesiveness of our executive team. [He] helped us capture the values of who we are and in doing so, created the clarity we were looking for in our business.”
“Following completion of an intensive two-day offsite our executive team was immediately more functional, more energized and significantly more productive. The focused and efficient work accomplished in just two days far exceeded expectations and any progress we had made on our own over the previous three years .”