Patrick Richie Speaks
Pat Richie: Principled Leadership
Pat Richie utilizes the experience of building a teamwork culture for one of the highest performing athletic teams ever, and the expertise of developing and applying these groundbreaking models for business. As a sought-after speaker, trainer and consultant, Pat Richie has worked with over one hundred organizations developing corporate strategy and high performing teams.
Pat Richie’s early success came in professional sports as part of the San Francisco 49’ers in the 1980’s and 90’s. In fact, the 49'ers awarded him three Super Bowl rings in recognition of his contribution to the team's success after Super Bowls XXIII, XXIV and XXIX. Other legendary athletic programs, including the University of Texas, Notre Dame University and the Carolina Panthers, in addition to corporate leaders such as Cingular, WellPoint and General Dynamics and even the production company behind the hit children's television show, Veggie Tales have seen marked results from Pat Richie's programs.
Pat Richie is the author of Wisdom for Busy Leaders and Wisdom for the Busy SportsLeader. He has also been quoted by The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, the BBC, and GQ Magazine.
Patrick Lencioni, the author of the New York Times best-selling book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team has given Pat Richie exclusive authorization to speak on The Five Dysfunctions. Pat Richie's presentations are dynamic, engaging and have been praised by audiences again and again.
For over 25 years, Pat Richie has been presenting the subjects of teamwork, leadership and business ethics to corporate presidents, team owners, athletes, broadcasters and college educators. His experience encompasses a wide spectrum of athletic associations, including: the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, MLS AND NCAA. Now more than ever, organizations can access Pat Richie's proven steps toward greater teamwork.
Pat Richie has been described as a strategic thinker, problem solver and is broadly recognized as an excellent presenter, teacher, facilitator and advisor to top business executives.
Pat Richie holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and Advertising from Minnesota State University at Moorhead. His graduate studies were at North Park Theological Seminary.
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Dealing With the Elephant in the Room: Teamwork, Leadership and the Currency of Truth
Most companies deal in the currency of half truths, or truths that make us look good, or put us in a strong position, but because we keep others from seeing the reality of the situation work gets delayed, not done or done poorly. Great leaders and organizations that deal in an honest, truthful, and trusting manner outperform their competitors. Learn how to make this the culture of your team.
Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Great success stories, like those told during the championship years of the San Francisco 49ers, are more often than not the result of something all too elusive and rare-teamwork. Based on the model found in The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, by strategic partner Patrick Lencioni, Pat Richie brings real teamwork to life with behind the scenes stories from his years with Superbowl champion San Francisco 49ers. In this talk, Pat identifies the five root causes for team dysfunction and provides solutions to help any team succeed.
Why Build a Champion When You Can Build a Dynasty?
We've all scratched our heads wondering how a company or sports team can fall from grace so quickly. One year profits or wins pile up, the next few years they're down significantly, and there is no clear change in the market or product. What happened? Pat delivers the four key ingredients that go into building long term success. Your group will come away with a proven blueprint for continued winning.
Leadership Lessons From the Legends of Sports
Fast moving and filled with little known insights from football, baseball, hockey Pat shares the key qualities of great leaders from the world of sports. Using pointed stories and humorous examples, Pat explains how leaders can change their behavior to yield greater credibility and higher productivity.
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