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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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56 Episodes
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:
Stop waiting for "normal" to return. Do it now! Pat, Cody and Chris discuss decision making and action in the midst of uncertainty.  In your businesses, in your families and in your personal lives, it's time to plant your friggin tree. At The Table Webinar:
47. Sophistication Sucks

47. Sophistication Sucks


Why are human beings so enamored with complexity? Pat and Cody answer this and explore the power of simplicity. Podcast Anniversary Webinar Registration:
Tracy and Pat were having pop tarts when Pat invented the Issue Resolution Model.  They share the origin story and application of the model with Cody. Issue Resolution Model PDF:
The team re-thinks office space and types of work. As we go back to our places of work, does our resting work posture reflect what we are trying to accomplish?
44. What Do You Suck At?

44. What Do You Suck At?


Pat and Cody discuss the importance of identifying, airing, and even celebrating your weaknesses. 
The team discusses frustration and anger and how a leader's desire to be "nice" can contribute.
Pat, Cody and Chris discuss the three biases that prevent leaders from truly embracing organizational health. And they explore how conditioned we are to think that the “smart” side of the equation is more important than “health.”
Pat, Tracy and Cody reflect on their first three days back in the office and make some real-time observations about the transition.  
41. Burn the Resumé

41. Burn the Resumé


As millions of people look for work and employers are set to rehire, Pat and Cody discuss the three critical traits for hiring and interviewing that are far more important than anything on the resumé.
40. Data is Overrated

40. Data is Overrated


Pat and Cody discuss decision-making, data, intuition and why we need more integrative thinking.
Laura joins the podcast as the team discusses a fresh way to think about work and jobs.  Whether you are heading back to work, looking for something new or a college graduate starting your career, now is the perfect time to rethink work and find fulfillment and joy in what you do.
Pat and the team analyze why they have been able to innovate during this time and how we can bring that creativity and urgency back with us into the new normal.
Including a special recorded interview segment with Alan Mulally, the former CEO of Ford and Boeing, Pat and team discuss the benefits and rewards of leaning in to uncomfortable conversations.
Pat and Cody have a candid and casual conversation about preparing to enter a "new normal." 
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.
34. War for Jobs

34. War for Jobs


Pat calls everyone to enlist in the war for jobs. He proposes some ideas for companies, leaders and workers to help save jobs and sacrifice for the greater good.
Comments (2)

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


Feb 7th
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