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At The Table with Patrick Lencioni

Author: Patrick Lencioni

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Real conversations and practical advice for everyday leaders. Sit across the table from one of the foremost experts in leadership and business. In his simple and approachable style, Pat tackles every topic related to the world of work (and some that aren’t). From culture to teamwork to building world-class organizations, Pat brings his wisdom, humor, and insight together to provide actionable advice for leaders everywhere.

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72 Episodes
As we take time off for the holidays, many of us try to forget about work as if that is a prerequisite for enjoying our vacation.  The real question is: How we can integrate our work into our time off?  This week, Pat, Cody and Tracy talk about how and why to share what you do for work with friends and family.  
67. Why do You Work?

67. Why do You Work?


Everybody works for a reason, but is it the right reason?  This week, Pat, Cody and Tracy talk about why having a meaningful purpose for your work matters, and how to reshape it.   
66. Who is Your Hero?

66. Who is Your Hero?


Being a hero at work looks a little different than the heroes we see in movies.  This week, Pat, Cody and Tracy talk about why we tend not to recognize heroics within our organizations.  
What do your geniuses mean to your team?  What to do if your team is lacking in an area, and how to get more out of your team's assessment results.  This week, Pat, Cody and Tracy dive deeper into the Six Types of Working Genius.  
64. What is Your Genius?

64. What is Your Genius?


What is your genius?  This week, Pat talks with Cody and Tracy about his newest model, the Six Types of Working Genius.  We've never seen Cody this excited!  
Only scrappy companies survive and thrive.  This week, Pat and Cody talk about the necessity of this quality for any successful business.
No matter what position or industry, everyone is in the business of pain relief.  Join Pat and Cody as they discuss the importance of connecting your job to the people you serve.   Register for Pat's FREE virtual speech on the Six Types of Working Genius here:
Are we supposed to have friends at work? Why do we refuse to embrace the people we spend the majority of our day with? Pat and the team discuss work and friendship on this week’s episode.
A great way to run a country, a bad way to run a business.  Pat and Cody discuss the problems with trying to manage an organization as a pure democracy.  
Pat, Cody and Chris talk about how every leader needs to perform their duties as 'Chief Reminding Officer' in order to create clarity on their teams, and why we tend to avoid that responsibility so frequently.  
Pat, Cody and Tracy explore the benefits of sitting in silence and organizing your thoughts.  Why leaders and employees tend to avoid distraction-free time.  
Pat and Cody design the world's worst job.
56. Politics Sucks

56. Politics Sucks


Office politics are destroying your culture.  The team discusses the importance of saying what you mean and doing what you say.  
55.  Show Me the Merit

55. Show Me the Merit


Amy joins to talk about money, merit, and meritocracies in the workplace.  And what employees are really looking for in their job.  
The team discusses the importance of interpersonal courage and the consequences of being a cowardly manager.  
Pat and team take on one of their most important topics yet - humility.
Pat and the team are joined by the listeners for a special one year anniversary episode. They discuss 4 questions that must be answered in the midst of change and take live questions from listeners. Join the celebration.
Work-life balance is even more complicated than ever. The team explores two ways to cheat the conundrum.
50. Let the Haters Hate

50. Let the Haters Hate


The team discusses the real danger of trying to convince naysayers in an organization, the law of thirds and more.
49. Now Burn Your Ships

49. Now Burn Your Ships


After the "Plant Your Friggin Tree" episode, Pat and Cody follow-up with the next step in personal and organizational courage.   At The Table Webinar:
Comments (4)

Sunny Hisel

Ha! I thought your company was much bigger too 😁

Oct 21st

Paul Loeffler

Fantastic content for both job and family leadership.

Aug 29th

Paul Kyle

thanks for this podcast. it's great to hear about the struggles that other leaders have. also appreciate the exhortation to be strong:)!

Feb 26th

Luiz Fernando


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