CEOs Just Want To Get Coached


An interesting article summarizing a study from Stanford on executive coaching.

CEOs Just Want To Get Coached.

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UNGAGGED: EXECUTIVES ON EXECUTIVE COACHING – Ivey Business Journal


This article is a little bit dated, but it still holds true.  A good discussion on what benefits Executives, get from coaching. In my practice, anyone from the CEO to shop floor supervisors get measured ROI from LMI’s proven process.

UNGAGGED: EXECUTIVES ON EXECUTIVE COACHING – Ivey Business Journal.

EPP gets Law Society of Upper Canada Accreditation


I am pleased to announce that LMI Canada’s Effective Personal Productivity program which I recently facilitated in Belleville Ontario, was accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada for 11 Professionalism hours and 1 Substantive Content hour.  This is the same program which I facilitate for Executives, Managers and Entrepreneurs in all industries.  Click here for my upcoming programs.

The process is such that if you are a lawyer and would like to enrol, I will apply for accreditation for the specific program.  If we time it right, the course will be eligible to cover 2014 and 2015 Professionalism hours (3 per year) requirements.

 

 

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My Upcoming Events for Eastern Ontario


I will be hosting the following Executive Showcase events featuring LMI Canada’s Effective Personal Productivity process.  This process is helping thousands around the world get better results in their business and personal lives.  Click the links to learn more about the specific program.  Send me an email to mbonn@lmicanada.ca to set up a meeting to discuss the details.

 

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Cam Tran Testimonial


It’s always great to get testimonials from my clients.  Here is one I received recently from Jordie Campbell of Cam Tran Co. Ltd.

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Mike’s Productivity Webinar Series: #2 – Effective Meetings


Have you ever sat in a meeting where:

1. You had no idea what the purpose of the meeting was.

2. You had no idea what you were expected to contribute.

3. Several people are checking emails or surfing on their phones while others are speaking?

4. Much  was discussed, but nothing decided.

In a survey of 500 workers, Management Today Magazine found workers spent 16 hours a week in meetings and 4 of those hours they considered waste. Over the course of a year, that’s 25, 8 hour days wasted.  How many important projects could you complete with an extra 25 productive days?

This nonsense needs to stop and I’ve put together a 30 minute webinar to help you get back some of the time that others are stealing from you in meetings.  Register here to join me on June 23 at 12:00 Eastern.

Conducting Effective Meetings

Email Sucks!


Ask anyone at your place of work what they think of email and they’ll probably roll their eyes, groan and tell you about the 1500 emails they have in their inbox.  Probe further and they’ll tell you all their pet peeves about how it is misused by everyone but them.  Despite this, email can be an effective, efficient, and necessary tool for all business.  So how do you get more of the good, and less of the bad that email has to offer?   Continue reading