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Secrets to Facilitating "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team" with Pat Richie, Principal Consultant at the Table Group

 

Five dysfunctions The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni is one of the most important books on teamwork in the last decade. 

This book has appeared on American best-seller lists including: New York Times, Business Week, Wall Street Journal and USA Today.

More teamwork facilitators, trainers, coaches, supervisors, and managers have read and attempted to teach the principles in this book than any other in recent history.

Patrick Lencioni travels occasionally to teach this material but the guy doing most of the training on The Five Dysfunctions is Pat Richie who will be our guest for this special TeleSeminar. 

If you love The Five Dysfunctions book as much as we do at the IATF then you'll want to attend this TeleSeminar where Pat Richie will share secrets to teaching the material and insights gained from working with Patrick Lencioni. Come to the call ready to ask questions!

 Join us for this live and interactive TeleSeminar to:

  • Learn secrets to facilitating The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
  • Gain insights on how to "re-start" The Five Dysfunctions if you have a team that is currently using this model
  • Learn stratgies for making The Five Dysfunctions of a Team come alive with a team

Pat_richie Our guest speaker for this special event is Pat Richie who has a unique combination of experience building a teamwork culture on the highest performing teams ever and expertise facilitating the groundbreaking 5 Dysfunctions model for business.

Pat Richie’s early success came in professional sports as part of the San Francisco 49’ers in the 80’s and 90’s (he won 3 Super Bowl Rings!).

Pat has authored two books, “Wisdom for the BusyLeader” foreword by Patrick Lencioni and “Wisdom for the Busy SportsLeader” foreword by Mike Holmgren.

He has co-authored articles on teamwork with Patrick Lencioni that have appeared in national publications, and been quoted by: The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, the BBC and GQ Magazine.

Contact Pat Richie:  pat.richie@tablegroupconsulting.com

This is a great opportunity to learn about how you can learn how to teach one of the most powerful teamwork models available.

This TeleSeminar will be interactive - - you'll be able to talk with Pat and ask him your questions directly (or send them in as text).  It's "just in time" coaching! 

Graphic Facilitation

This call included live "graphic facilitation" provided by Breah Livolsi Parker of BlipStudio.com. Click on the imgage below to view the graphic representation of the information shared in this program.

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Call Details

TITLE

 Secrets to Facilitating "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team"

DATE

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

TIME

Starts at 1 pm Eastern (NY City time zone)
runs for 60 minutes

PRESENTERS

Pat Richie, Principal Consultant at the Table Group
Tom Heck, President & Founder of the IATF

REGISTER

 CLICK HERE to register.  Registration is closed.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Come to the call ready to participate in small group discussions, share ideas and resources, ask questions, answer quick polls, and be fully engaged as we put the newest distance learning telephone conferencing technology to use!

RECORDING

This call was recorded and is archived in the IATF Members Only Area. Not yet an IATF member?  Join HERE.

Watch this video clip of Pat Richie speaking on The Five Dysfunctions of a Team


 

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