16. The Most Important Organization in the World
By Patrick Lencioni - November 2019
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16. The Most Important Organization in the WorldAt the Table with Patrick Lencioni
Amy Hiett and Jeff Gibson join the podcast to talk about the most important organization in the world - family. We discuss how to run your family with the same sense of intentionality and rigor we use in our businesses and answer The Three Big Questions for a Frantic Family.
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0:56 — Amy Hiett answers the question: what is the most important organization in the world?
2:08 — How did Patrick Lencioni get inspired to write this book?
3:58 — Patrick Lencioni explains how the business offsite process compares to family.
4:50 — Patrick Lencioni defines question one: what makes your family unique?
6:40 — Patrick Lencioni shares how to come up with your family values.
7:15 — Patrick Lencioni shares his family values.
8:58 — Amy Hiett shares her family values.
10:10 — Jeff Gibson shares his family values.
12:00 — Cody talks through how family values shape the future of your children.
14:08 — Patrick Lencioni defines the next important question: what’s your family’s strategy?
19:34 — Cody Thompson asks: how is running an organization different than running a family?
21:25 — Patrick Lencioni defines question two: what’s the most important priority right now?
24:30 — Patrick Lencioni’s current family rallying cry.
25:43 — Amy Hiett’s current family rallying cry.
26:55 — Jeff Gibson unpacks his current family rallying cry.
27:48 — Jeff Gibson asks how this applies to a family of one.
29:19 — Cody Thompson asks the question: why should families have standard operating objectives?
30:54 — Patrick Lencioni defines question 3: How do you review these questions as a family?
33:31 — Using the Table Group Meeting Advantage Tool for your weekly family meetings.
34:08 — Do a monthly strategic meeting with your spouse/partner.
34:56 — Listener example of family strategy.
35:49 — Cody Thompson explains assigning green, yellow, red to your defining objectives and standard operating objectives.
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