ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Keynote speaker
Patrick Lencioni, founder and
president of The Table Group—a firm dedicated to providing
organizations with ideas, products, and services that improve
teamwork, clarity, and employee engagement—will speak August 31 at the Association for Talent
Development's (ATD) 2021 International Conference & EXPO in
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Named in Fortune magazine as one of the 10 "new gurus you should
know," Lencioni's passion for organizations and the people who work
in them is reflected in his writing, speaking, and executive
He is the author of 12 bestselling books with nearly seven
million copies sold. After 18 years in print, his classic book The
Five Dysfunctions of a Team remains a fixture on national
bestseller lists. His most recent book, The Motive: Why So Many
Leaders Abdicate Their Most Important Responsibilities, was
released in February 2020. He is also
the host of the business podcast, At the Table With Patrick
Lencioni. His latest model, the six types of working genius, is
designed to help people find joy and energy in their work.
His work has been featured in USA Today, Bloomberg Businessweek,
and Harvard Business Review.
"Organizational health is the single greatest competitive
advantage in any business," Lencioni believes.
ATD 2021 International Conference & EXPO is offering
multiple ways for the talent development community to participate
in the conference. Along with the in-person conference, there will
be a regional event option and a virtual conference option to give
the entire TD community an opportunity to attend the world's
largest talent development conference.
To learn more about the conference and to register, visit
The Association for Talent Development (ATD) is the world's largest
professional membership organization supporting those who develop
the knowledge and skills of employees, improve performance, and
help to achieve results for the organizations they serve.
Established in 1943, the association was previously known as the
American Society for Training & Development (ASTD).
ATD's members come from more than 120 countries and work in
public and private organizations in every industry sector. ATD
supports talent development professionals who gather locally in
volunteer-led US chapters and international member networks and
with international strategic partners.
For more information, visit td.org.
Paula Ketter, Association for
Talent Development, 7036838100, email@example.com
SOURCE Association for Talent Development