Nicole Coughlin (nec@tiac.net)
Fri, 27 Mar 1998 12:29:13 -0500

June 8-11, 1998
San Francisco, CA

The Third Annual Leadership Development Conference brings together more
than 800 human resource executives, corporate leaders, line executives, and
practitioners who are transforming leadership development theory into
performance improvement practices.
Visionary keynote presentations, best practice case studies, leadership
application teams, and hands-on workshops offer attendees a truly unique
opportunity to work with and learn from the most effective leadership
development programs and practitioners. This conference provides you
with invaluable
access to proven tools, techniques and revolutionary approaches for
developing leaders.
Featured Keynote Speakers Include:
7 Warren Bennis
7 Peter Senge
7 Margaret Wheatley
7 Jay Conger
7 Dr. Richard Ruhe
7 Pat Canavan
7 Louis Manzi
7 June Abramson

Benchmark against Best-In-Class Organizations including: Hewlett-Packard,
Intel, AlliedSignal, ABB, Levi Strauss & Company, GE, Motorola,
NationsBank, ITT Automotive/ITT Industries, Mobil Lubes etc...
Conference Includes:
7 6 Best-Practice Learning Tracks
7 3 Special Individual Skill-Building Session
7 8 Pre-and Post-Conference Workshops
7 Learning Lab Networking Groups
7 Over 20 New Case Study Presentations
7 An all new keynote line-up
7 Two Best-in-class practitioner keynotes

Here's a partial list of what you'll learn by attending this conference:
7 Immediate steps you can take to enhance your leadership development program
7 The critical success factors in implementing a learning-based leadership
development program
7 How best-practice organizations identify employees with leadership potential
7 How to develop and roll out a customized leadership feedback instrument
7 Proven tools used to evaluate leadership development program effectiveness
7 "Real life" examples of new approaches used to develop leaders and the
results that followed
7 How decision technology tools can drive faster and better decisions in
your succession and development planning process
7 Critical success factors, challenges, and lessons learned in designing an
action-learning program
7 How to integrate technology-based learning into conventional leadership
curricula to create a more effective learning environment
7 Keys to developing executive coaching skills
7 How to view leadership development from the eyes of executives

For More information or to receive a full brochure on
The 3rd Annual Leadership Development Conference email
info@linkage-inc.com, visit the website at
http://www.linkageinc.com/leadership98/ or call 781-862-3157x007

Nicole E. Coughlin
Linkage, Inc.
One Forbes Road
Lexington, MA 02173
Ph: 781-402-5412
Fax: 781-862-2355
Email: NCoughlin@linkage-inc.com


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