Choose a seminar below:

  • Learn how “you can create magic too” in your organization by following the guidelines of “The Customer Rules”
  • Learn exactly what you must do to be perceived as a great leader.
  • Learn why you must understand the big difference between management and leadership.
  • Learn how to practice great leadership that will ensure you leave a legacy.
  • Learn about the free fuel we all have and don’t use enough.
  • Learn four simple ways to set your organization apart in the eyes of your customers and your employees.
  • Learn how to put more control into all parts of your life through this simple system for planning and carrying out your responsibilities.
  • Learn the most important question to ask yourself every morning before you start your day.
  • Learn the four steps in planning each and every day (the fourth one being the key to a happy and successful life).
  • Learn what you can do today to avoid having a long list of regrets later in your life when it is too late.
  • Learn how to maintain strong relationships, prepare yourself for the future, maintain good health and reduce stress in your life.
  • Learn a simple system for doing what has to be done, when it has to be done, in the way it should be done, whether you or those around you like it or not.
  • Lee has taught this seminar to more than 75,000 people over the last 25 years with extraordinary success.
  • Learn why the customer does not always come first.
  • Learn the difference between training and development.
  • Learn the most important leadership behavior that will ensure success for you in all parts of your life.
  • Learn why Lee’s principles work in companies as large as Disney and as small as a local coffee shop; from businesses selling cutting-edge technologies like computer tablets to those selling products as timeless as shoes and handbags; at corporations as long-standing as Ford Motors and those as nascent as a brand new start-up.
  • These guidelines have been proven indispensable at all levels of a company, from managers responsible for hiring and training employees, setting policies and procedures, and shaping the company culture to front line staff who deal directly with clients and customers