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Organisational Health - The Competitive Advantage with Matt Lashbrook

You are invited to join members of The Executive Connection for their next speaker session, led by Matt Lashbrook on Organisational Health.


Drawing on Pat Lencioni’s expertise on why Organisational Health trumps everything else in business (also the name of his best-selling book), this session will explore why organisational health will surpass all other disciplines in business as the greatest opportunity for improvement and competitive advantage.

Focus will be on the four actionable steps to achieving long-term, sustainable success for organisational health, with an in-depth dive into Lencioni’s Organisational Health Model.

We will explore “The Ideal Team Player” building on Pat Lencioni’s book. A provocative and actionable model to identifying the three essential virtues; being humble, hungry and smart!


Matt brings over 20 years of leadership and management experience to his partnership with The Table Group. With extensive experience working with leaders and teams in the  Government and Financial Services sectors, Matt now provides expertise in helping CEO’s build cohesive teams and competitive advantage with The Table Group. Whether he’s meeting with leaders one-on-one, facilitating team sessions, or leading large workshops, Matt’s passion for people and healthy organisations is contagious. His insights and skills in uncovering the true challenges teams face enables him to provide clients with practical solutions that have a profound impact on the health of the organisation.

Matt works regularly with leadership teams to quickly and effectively apply the concepts captured in all of Pat Lencioni's books. His clients span a broad spectrum of industries, including Financial Services, Government, and Mining.


Attendance at TEC meetings is for business leaders only and by invitation and subject to space availability , for this event we welcome Guests who are CEOs or Business Leaders. Please click here and register your interest