Leadership Development: Retreat for High Level Executives

Oak Harbor, Washington (PressExposure) December 04, 2007 -- Executives need to develop leadership skills to assist them in building their businesses and keeping their organizations productive during the inevitable changes that occur. Skills can be enhanced by working on communication, time management, team building, motivation techniques, hiring winners and retention of their best and their brightest. Costly mistakes can be prevented.

If you are an executive who wishes state of the art information and could benefit by learning how to work more productively, then you need to consider this program. The exclusive Inn at Langley offers deluxe accommodations and an ideal setting to learn skills for enhancing the quality of your management and your life.

Dr. Mason has assisted executive leaders since 1982 and his best selling book, Guide to Stress Reduction, has provided information to hundreds of organizations and thousands of executives, business owners and managers. His executive coaching programs are tailored for your specific requirements and are briefly described at his website [http://www.dstress.com/excoach.html].

Since only 6 spots are available, you should call as soon as possible to check on: availability, dates, costs, and specifics of this program. Booking your travel to Whidbey Island in Seattle's Puget Sound should also be done as quickly as possible. There are only 4 of these programs per year and you will find your organization benefiting from this information by the second half of 2008.

See you there. Call for more information.

Organizations served by Dr. Mason's programs include: Hewlett Packard, Oracle, PG&E, G.E. Financial, Genencor, State of California, and Bank of America to name a few.

About Stress Education Center

L. John Mason, Ph.D.
Stress Education Center
360-593-3833 or email: success@dstress.com

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