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Our goal is to produce and maintain a lively, interesting and informative blog which: promotes the LMI process; accurately reflects the measurable results achieved by our clients; demonstrates our focus on people development, and encourages a growing readership.

Leadership Development vs. Training Executives

Posted by: Marcel Blais Posted Date: 09/26/2013

Develop your natural Leaders. Don’t train them! This ‘4 Pillars of Success’ approach, learned and applied will inevitably develop great leaders within your organization.

Effective Time Management - Leadership and Balance

Posted by: Kathy Watt Posted Date: 09/24/2013

Regardless of how successful we may be, it is imperative to deliberately step back, re-tool, and refresh. The paradox here, is that the people who are most likely to do this are those who are already considered to be the most admired and capable leaders.

Is your own Leadership Development Mission Critical?

Posted by: Robert Seguin Posted Date: 09/17/2013

As a Human Resource Executive, you face the difficult and challenging question of where to invest in your far too limited “people development” budgets. Should you put yourself near the top of the list for investment and development?

Performance Improvement: Aligning Training Programs with Business Goals

Posted by: Tyrone Matheson Posted Date: 09/17/2013

There is a need for both training and development. It’s important before investing in training or development ask - Why do we want to invest in our employees? What is the business goal, expected outcome, and necessary ROI?

Women Leading Women

Posted by: Ashley J. Kreze Posted Date: 09/16/2013

Mckinsey study shows the most important leadership attributes for success today are most commonly found in women executives - intellectual stimulation, inspiration, participatory decision-making, and setting expectations/rewards.

Developing Leadership: Start With Great Goals

Posted by: Stefan Dyk Posted Date: 09/12/2013

Goals are the cornerstone for developing leadership and personal success. Only a select few leaders reach the elevated levels of success and accomplishment which bring fame and the label ‘Great leader.’ How did they approach goal setting? What can we learn from them?

Management Training: Back To School Time for Leaders Too!

Posted by: Mike Bonn Posted Date: 09/11/2013

Great leaders can learn from great teachers by preparing for "back to work" just like "back to school" by reflecting on your career, plan out your next year, and create your own professional development goals.

7 Ways you can improve your personal productivity today

Posted by: Stephen Daniels Posted Date: 09/10/2013

It’s possible to do what you’re doing in half the time, and it’s a lot easier than you think. If you’re already doing it, then why are you still feeling like there is just never enough time? These 7 personal productivity tips will tell you why.

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