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In an exciting, Free Teleseminar scheduled for Monday, March 12, at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) noted management consultants David Jackson and Cynsie Kraines of The Levinson Institute will share with you 5 Key Management Strategies for Effective Leadership and discuss common concerns such as accountability, morale, motivation, and work performance. The Levinson Institute, founded in Boston in 1968, is one of the world's most respected executive-development and consulting firms. In the teleseminar, Jackson and Kraines use vivid stories from many successful companies to illustrate how the best leaders create trust-inducing cultures and accountable, productive working relationships.

While it takes months and years to build trust and respect between a manager and subordinate, it takes only minutes to destroy it.

In an exciting, Free Teleseminar scheduled for Monday, March 12, at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) noted management consultants David Jackson and Cynsie Kraines of The Levinson Institute make a case that accountability provides the key to leadership in today's fast-changing business environment. The Levinson Institute, founded in Boston in 1968, is one of the world's most respected executive-development and consulting firms. All you need is a telephone to participate. The link to sign up for the On Leadership teleseminar is: http://www.levinsoninstitute.com/OLlive/.

In the teleseminar, Jackson and Kraines use vivid stories from many successful companies to illustrate how the best leaders create trust-inducing cultures and accountable, productive working relationships. As Kraines is quick to point out, "While it takes months and years to build trust and respect between a manager and subordinate, it takes only minutes to destroy it."

Jackson and Kraines make a powerful argument that in 2007 accountability and leadership are more vital than ever to guaranteeing productivity and bottom-line victories. Using their accountability leadership methodology, the consultants demystify leadership by providing five key strategies for creating the most adaptive and successful--as well as accountable--businesses anywhere.

In the information-packed hour, you will learn:

1. What is a manager? A leader? Why accountability is key -- Jackson and Kraines explain how good managers hold their people accountable for "keeping their word" and "earning their keep."

2. How to navigate the leadership pathway -- The consultants provide an overview of a total managerial leadership system that enables managers to leverage a company's potential by fully engaging commitment, aligning judgment, and developing capabilities.

3. Secrets of effective managers -- Jackson and Kraines examine the expectations all people bring to their organizations and define a manager's role in effectively addressing, understanding, and negotiating these expectations.

4. Managerial wisdom -- The consultants explain that the best leaders value the leadership role and understand the relationship between the human relationship and the accountability relationship.

5. The levels of communication -- Jackson and Kraines enumerate critical communications practices, such as context setting, necessary to fully align employee judgment and ensure optimal teamworking at every level of a business.

Plus, your submitted questions will be answered "live" by our two experts.

For more information and to sign up, please go to: http://www.levinsoninstitute.com/OLlive/.

All you need is a telephone to participate. The first 25 people to sign up for this seminar will receive a copy of The Levinson Institute's critically acclaimed book Accountability Leadership.

You may also contact David Jackson, Chief Operating Officer and Teleseminar host, via e-mail or call 617.947.8394 or 800.290.5735. The Levinson Institute also offers a 5-day On Leadership seminar which takes place in Boston, MA in April and May, 2007.

For information on these seminars, log on to http://www.on-leadership.com/leadership/index.html.

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