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The e-Institute will offer interactive, effective online courses. Live, instructor-led classes will be delivered in a virtual arena. Elements of social, facilitated and self-directed learning will be combined to maximize training effectiveness for each participant. During an e-Institute class, attendees will gain the tools and practical guides necessary to implement their learning in the workplace.

“The Life Cycle Institute will deliver the same active, participant-centered learning experience we are known for,” explains Bill Wilder, Director of the Life Cycle Institute, “however the e-Institute will allow more clients, around the globe, to experience learning that changes behavior to produce results through active learning experiences.”

Current offerings include “Say What?! How to Position Information, Influence Decisions and Make Your Message Count,” a course designed to help individuals create effective audience-centered communication strategies and “Leadership for Reliability Excellence,” where attendees will learn how to maximize their return on investments by applying proven principles that make transformational improvement initiatives successful.

The first e-Institute course is scheduled to take place September 10, 2009. Class size is limited in order to maximize the value to each participant. To register, visit www.LCE.com or call 800-556-9589.

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