There is a competitive advantage, arguably more powerful than any other. Patrick Lencioni argues the seminal difference between the most successful companies and those that are mediocre has less to do with smarts and know-how but rather teamwork and organisational health.
AMI Members are invited to see Patrick Lencioni LIVE in Sydney and Melbourne in March 2019. Patrick Lencioni will be joined by Thinkers50 and best-selling author, Whitney Johnson as well as CEO Coach and author, Kevin Lawrence.
Normally $995, AMI Members pay only $895 (SAVE $100!)
This one-day summit will equip you with the field-proven model to build a cohesive team, create clarity of vision and implement communication and structural systems to maximise human potential and create lasting competitive advantage. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
“Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and so rare.” Patrick Lencioni
Author of 11 best-sellers, with over 5 million copies sold including Five Dysfunctions of a Team and The Advantage, Patrick Lencioni has been named “one of the most in demand speakers in America” by The Wall Street Journal.
In his latest book, The Advantage, Patrick argues that a healthy organisation enjoys high morale and productivity, while an unhealthy organisation is plagued by politics, confusion and staff turnover. Organisational health is the glue that holds an organisation together.
Based on 20 years of business consulting experience, Patrick Lencioni found that there are four core disciplines which are proven to reliably improve organisational health. These are:
- Build a cohesive leadership team
- Create clarity
- Over communicate clarity
- Reinforce clarity
Lencioni’s principles have been embraced by leaders around the world and adopted by multinational corporations to outperform their counterparts, free politics and confusion and create an environment where star performers never want to leave.