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Ray Stuchly and Mary Erlain: Leadership Management Institute

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Ray Stuchly (CEO) and Mary Erlain (Executive VP) of the Leadership Management Institute will appear on ALR/PRA Weekly Law Practice Management Radio to discuss how LMI can help business owners stay organized and compete in this economy. If you would like to address any of the following: • Frustrated with today's hectic schedules? • Concerned about spending too much time reacting to your business? • Would like to create more balance between your work and personal life? • How are you impacted by the "Tyranny of the Urgent"? Leadership Management Institute (LMI) is an international firm with nearly 50 years of experience helping individuals and organizations enhance performance and improve productivity by tapping into their true potential. LMI is dedicated to developing effective leaders through its Performance Enhancing Services. How does the present market volatility and uncertainty affect your business? Leaders such as: CEOs, presidents, executives and owners of small to midsize companies will benefit. LMI seminars focus on: 1) The Five Hidden Mistakes Leaders Make; 2) The Seven Steps To Sustainable Growth; 3) Mastering the Art of High-Payoff Activities. Reaching a plateau is not unusual for a growing company. But beware. There are common leadership errors that can kill sustainable growth. In this briefing, you will learn the exact steps needed to evolve to the next level in uncertain times. This broadcast on ALR/PRA Radio airs 06/03/2010 at 3:00 pm Central (4ET/1PT) via http://www.blogtalkradio.com/alrpra and archive links will be available on the ALR/PRA web site. For interviews regarding Ray Stuchly, Mary Erlain and the Leadership Management Institute generally, contact J. Nick Augustine at (312) 505-2604 or nick@alrpra.com. (c) 2010 ALR/PRA, Inc.

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