Locked behind the ingrained habits and attitudes of people lie vast reserves of unused potential for any organization.
Unlocking this unused potential is the purpose of our development process. Typical event-based training has little influence in changing behaviors that have been developed over years of conditioning.
Our productivity programs are proven, tailored for your specific development needs and held at your office to maximize convenience for participants. This unique approach ensures success.
If you are not making the progress you would like to make and are capable of making, it is simply because your goals are not clearly defined. - Paul J. Meyer
- Written objectives are defined in advance.
- Multi-sensory learning provides for maximum impact and understanding.
- Spaced repetition ensures maximum benefit and retention.
- Our goal setting process helps participants become effective at setting and achieving objectives.
- We use a process over time, not events, to create long term, positive behavior changes.
- True Level 4 Learning is realized – defined and evaluated by measurable results which are congruent with organizational goals.
Development programs offered by LMI have all been thoroughly evaluated and tested in the field. When properly implemented by our trained and thoughtful administrators, these instruments can dramatically impact your success.
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Why Goal Setting Matters
- Research suggests that 95% - 97% of the people in the world do NOT have written goals and fail, while 3-5% have written goals and succeed
- Goal Setting is a powerful way to build self-confidence and self-esteem
- Fear of Losing - Many people do not set goals because they are afraid they will be criticized for not reaching them
- Fear of Winning - Odd as it may seem, some people do not set goals because they fear success
- "I find it fascinating that most people plan their vacations with better care than they plan their lives. Perhaps it's because escape is easier than change" - Jim Rohn