Franchising Request

Franchising Opportunity in Consulting  and Leadership Development

Today, LMI operates in over 60 countries with materials translated in over 20 languages. We are represented by professional, certified Licensed or Franchise owners. There are many entrepreneurial business opportunities today, and thousands of franchises from which to choose. LMI is truly a career of choice; special people have made the LMI business their business for 20, even 35 years.   

kentfresesm"The amazing thing about my business is that I can work with just about any organization. Most small to medium sized companies have little to no experience with high quality planning and leadership development processes such as those we offer.  "   

Kent Frese - LMI Franchise Owner
 

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Recent LMI Journals

  • Applying The Coaching Process

    Monday, 20 August 2012

    It is important to understand that coaching is an ongoing process, not an isolated event. The best coaches take advantage of every opportunity to help team members grow and develop. Self discovery is the most effective form of learning.

  • Enhance Your Skills With Knowledge

    Thursday, 20 October 2011

    Leaders are readers. In your efforts to communicate with and motivate others, you must stay abreast of new ideas and developments in your field and in the world around you. You must be able to read faster and at the same time remember more of what you have read. The first step in managing your reading is deciding where reading falls into your time priorities.