LeTip International to Offer Leadership Series for Small Business Networking

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Small business networking organization, LeTip International, provides leadership training to benefit its members and the community at large.

Expanding our members' knowledge enhances their potential for business success not only wihtin their chapters, but within their communities.

LeTip International, a business-to-business networking organization with chapters across the US and Canada, has announced the development of an ongoing Practical Leadership Series which will be presented to their Chapter Board Members twice yearly.

The series, which will be presented by LeTip’s Regional Directors during their Bi-Annual Board Training Seminars, will be available to all LeTip Board Members and Board Member Substitutes during their terms of office. The Practical Leadership Series will educate the chapter leadership in best practices for running productive meetings, motivational techniques, marketing principals and tactics. The series will also examine ways that leadership qualities can enrich members, both professionally and personally. “By providing our chapter leadership with new and deeper insights we hope to empower our members to drive their businesses forward and thus enrich the community as a whole,” said CEO and President, Kim Marie Branch-Pettid.

Starting in the spring of 2012, the first of the series focused on clarifying motions and procedures which are designed to keep meetings on track. The next Practical Leadership discourse will take place in the fall of 2012.

About LeTip International

LeTip International is a privately owned, professional business leads organization. Since 1978, LeTip programs have helped over 120,000 members, throughout the United States and Canada, build business success through personal referrals.

LeTip International's structure set the standard in the word-of-mouth referral industry. Members are known for their professionalism, dedication, and loyalty to one another, and to the LeTip Program. LeTip Chapters meet weekly to exchange qualified leads, build solid business relationships, develop strong presentation skills and become proficient networkers. Only one representative of any given profession is accepted into a chapter, and members are chosen for their occupational expertise. To sign up for LeTip's Free Business Survival Tips, or for more information, please visit http://www.letip.com.

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