The Levinson Institute Offers Cutting-Edge Leadership Strategies in 5-Day Management Seminar

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The highly acclaimed Levinson Institute On Leadership seminar takes place in Boston on November 12, 2006. This 5-day seminar is for mid- to high-level managers in pursuit of more senior management roles and will examine key leadership strategies, discuss effective organizational techniques, present proven managerial skill sets and explore the psychology of motivation and behavioral modification. Participants will tackle real work problems and solve them through small group interaction and one-on-one coaching. The seminar is dynamic, interactive and has a proven track record to fast track productivity.interaction and one-on-one coaching. The seminar is dynamic, interactive and has a proven track record to fast track productivity.organizational techniques, present proven managerial skill sets and explore the psychology of motivation and behavioral modification. Participants will tackle real work problems and solve them through small group interaction and one-on-one coaching. The seminar is dynamic, interactive and has a proven track record to fast track productivity.

The Levinson Institute, a leading management consulting firm for Fortune 500 companies and the business community at large, has announced a 5-day management training seminar, called "On Leadership™." This insightful seminar, taught by acclaimed corporate management professionals, will examine key leadership strategies, discuss effective organizational techniques, present proven managerial skill sets and explore the psychology of motivation and behavioral modification.

The Levinson Institute is an organization dedicated to developing management leadership and practical business concepts and has trained more than 45,000 corporate executives with a personalized, highly focused action plan.

Where Corporate America Goes for Leadership Training.

On Leadership takes place on November 12–17, 2006 in Boston. For more information go to http://www.on-leadership.com/seminars for this highly acclaimed seminar.

"This leadership seminar is designed to be more than a series of lectures," said Gerald A. Kraines, MD, and president of The Levinson Institute. "It is a highly interactive exercise for mid to high-level managers that provides hands-on tools for better, more results-oriented management. These are strategies that have stood the test of time, and they are applied in such a way as to meet the changing demands of today's business environment."

Now that business cycles are shorter than ever, and everyone is looking at next quarter earnings rather than a five-year plan, the seminar offers a "real world" approach that offers a delicate balance leading to success.

Previous seminars from The Levinson Institute have been hailed by business leaders across the globe. One executive called it "one of the seminal moments of my entire career...totally thought-provoking." Another said, "I was struck by the way this resonated with my experience. This isn't 'fad' managing, but insight into basic human interaction."

Proven Results.

On the average, past "On Leadership" seminar participants have estimated a 375% return on their investment from participation in the seminar. For more about this information packed 5-day event, log on to http://www.on-leadership.com/seminars or call 1-800-290-5735.

For more than 50 years, The Levinson Institute has studied and perfected successful strategies that help managers and other leaders to motivate and energize people through communication, consistency and accountability. Executives from the institute have spoken to numerous business groups across the world, served on prestigious panels and been published in leading magazines and newspapers. In addition to respected business leaders, the institute is comprised of MDs, PhDs and esteemed scholars.

The Levinson Institute -- Where Corporate America Goes for Leadership Training on November 12-17, 2006 in Boston, MA.

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