Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 16, 2015
The Acceleration Program will be held over a day and a half to train complex organizations on how to overcome sudden, rapid growth challenges and/or team-based inefficiencies at the senior level. The first installment of Acceleration took place this past December at the Inc. headquarters in New York City's World Trade Center.
"With Inc.edu being a new initiative for us, we're thrilled to be partnering with Predictable Success on this training endeavor," shared Eric Schurenberg, Editor-In-Chief, Inc. Magazine. "Les McKeown has been a weekly columnist and regular keynote speaker at Inc. events for a number of years now, so we've had the opportunity to see Predictable Success' work firsthand."
Les McKeown is the CEO and founder of Predictable Success Corporation and will be leading the discussion on Day One of the workshops, alongside Dave McKeown, COO, and their team of consultants.
"We're really excited to bring the Acceleration program to San Francisco after such a tremendous turnout in both D.C. and New York," stated Dave McKeown. "The partnership with Inc. is very important to us and together, we believe there's a lot of value we can bring to the San Francisco business market."
C-Level and executive leaders are invited to attend the Acceleration program that seats 25 participants. It's encouraged that two or more team members from the organization register to get the most out of the session. Predictable Success is offering a discount on their website for attendees who register with a second guest. For more information and additional workshop dates, please visit predictablesuccess.com/sfworkshop
About Predictable Success:
Predictable Success is an expanding organizational growth and leadership development consultancy firm based in Washington, DC and Newport Beach, CA. We provide coaching, consulting and keynote speaking services to Fortune 1000 companies and smaller, growing businesses. Clients include T-Mobile, American Express, Harvard University, and Pella Windows and Doors.