BUILDING ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH

 

“The single, greatest advantage any company can achieve is organizational health.”

Patrick Lencioni, The Advantage

 

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Dr. Rosie Ward is a member of the Consultant and Practitioner Alliance (CAPA Pro) with the Table Group and Pat Lencioni. This means she can leverage Lencioni's practical and relevant tools and resources to help you build a healthy, human, effective company.

A founder of The Table Group and a pioneer of the organizational health movement, Pat Lencioni is the author of 11 books, which have sold over 6 million copies and been translated into more than 30 languages.

 

 

 

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Healthy companies are effective and successful. And the people who work in them thrive. We use practical, relevant and fast tools to help you build organizational health and tap into your greatest competitive advantage.

THE 4 DISCIPLINES OF ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH

Drawing on his extensive consulting experience and reaffirming themes cultivated in his books, Pat Lencioni has developed 4 actionable steps for achieving long-term, sustainable organizational health.

DISCIPLINE 1: BUILD A COHESIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM: The first and most critical step in a healthy organization is creating a cohesive leadership team.

DISCIPLINE 2: CREATE CLARITY: Creating clarity at the executive level is essential to building and maintaining a healthy organization.

DISCIPLINE 3: OVERCOMMUNICATE CLARITY: Once a leadership team has become cohesive and established clarity, they need to communicate the answers to employees over and over again.

DISCIPLINE 4: REINFORCE CLARITY: For an organization to be healthy, organizational clarity must become embedded into the fabric of the organization, from everything from recruiting and hiring to performance and compensation.

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