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WEBINAR: Avoid Death by Meeting: A Guide to Making Meetings Great
Thursday, September 3, 2015
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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About Webinar

No action, activity or process is more central to sustaining a healthy organization over time than meetings. Effective meetings are the origin of cohesion, clarity and communication and have a fundamental impact on the success of an organization. In his webinar Avoid Death by Meeting: A Guide to Making Meetings Great, Glenn Lyday ('03), a Principal Consultant with The Table Group (founded by best-selling business author Patrick Lencioni) will reveal the reasons why bad meetings have become prevalent and how we can transform them into the relevant and compelling business activities they ought to be.

About Glenn Lyday

Glenn Ldyday Glenn brings a fresh perspective on building healthy organizations as well as high performing teams. Since joining The Table group (a Patrick Lencioni Company) in 2008, he has had the great privilege of working with leaders to positively impact their organizations in both their bottom-line results and their organizational culture. As a Principal Consultant with the firm, Glenn has been recognized for his high-impact sessions that generate relevant and immediate outcomes for leaders within organizations.

Glenn works regularly with leadership teams in quickly and effectively applying the concepts captured in all of Pat Lencioni's books, including The Advantage, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive and Death by Meeting. His clients span a broad spectrum of various industries, including technology, hospitality, food and beverage and health care.

Glenn's passion for helping organizations, and the leaders within them, has driven his success as a consultant with The Table Group. He has worked with hundreds of leaders and teams around the United States, always ensuring that his speeches, workshops, and consulting sessions are practical, engaging, and actionable.

Glenn began his career as a consultant in the Business Turnaround group of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Dallas. He later moved to the Bay Area and held several leadership roles within the high tech industry. Glenn holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.