Leadership Management International, Inc. was founded in 1966 by visionary Paul J. Meyer. LMI’s purpose is, “Developing leaders and organizations to their full potential.” LMI has become an extensive, far-reaching organization with materials offered in 23 languages and marketed in over 60 countries worldwide. LMI helps individuals and organizations develop expertise in setting and reaching personal and business goals. The unique LMI development process is supported and facilitated by a wide selection of tools reflecting the best thinking of successful leaders in business and human development. LMI representatives have an incredibly rich background of experience and success.
For leadership development to be effective, it must utilize a complete, integrated, total leadership development process. LMI’s Leadership Development process is called the Total Leader® Concept.
Juliet Kosarzycki is a certified coach, trainer and facilitator of the Total Leader Concept. Join the elite ranks of the leaders worldwide who have benefited from working with LMI. Our process has been proven over and over for decades in over 60 countries and in every industry. We are so confident that you will get results, that we offer a written 100% money back guarantee.
Start by enrolling in our Executive Showcase and you’ll experience the results yourself.
What others are saying about the Executive Showcase – Effective Personal Productivity Program
“I have always considered myself to be very productive and been told many times that I am. Therefore, when I began this program I was unsure of what true benefit I would get from it. I am happy to share that I have benefited from the LMI – Effective Personal Productivity program in many ways. Probably the biggest way is the understanding and ability to focus on high priority items. Prior to this program, I worked hard to do all I needed to do and wasted a lot of energy on tasks that were not high priority. Now when I focus on what is most important those tasks get my full energy and I am more successful using my time efficiently.
This focus also has helped the staff in Human Resources grow and develop. To allow me to focus on high priority tasks, I delegate lesser priority responsibilities to them and this challenges them to learn. As they take on these responsibilities I empower them to make their own decisions and work without my direction. As they do this, I build their self esteem and confidence thus encouraging them to want to do more. This benefits me by allowing me to focus on high priority activities. It benefits staff by adding to their growth and development. And benefits HFM by creating a well rounded professional Human Resources Department.
I’ve also learned how important it is to schedule time to plan and truly use the time for planning. Lastly, it is truly difficult and/or impossible to be perfect. Striving constantly for perfection is exhausting and generally unattainable. The focus is now on results.
Juliet made sure we were accountable to the work we needed to accomplish and facilitated us engagingly.“
—Laura Fielding, Administrative Director Organizational Development, Holy Family Memorial