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2010 in Review: Les McKeown Talks About How to Get Your Organization on the Growth Track (Video)

January 14, 2011

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a mid-level manager, a team leader, a CEO, or an employee in a newly formed or a mature organization, knowing the lifecycle of your organization is critical to its growth. In this broadcast (offered as part of the Thought Leader Series) Les McKeown outlines ways in which you can help your organization grow in a predictable manner. The percentage of organizations that reach the stage of predictable success is small. Can you beat the odds?

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A native of Ireland, Les McKeown became the youngest qualified Chartered Accountant in the UK.  After a brief period with Price Waterhouse, Les became Ireland’s youngest ever accounting firm partner. After a long career in advising individuals and organizations on growth and development, Les started his own training and development business. Mr. McKeown has appeared on CNN, ABC, and BBC, in USA Today and The New York Times, and has authored four books: Retaining Top Employees, The Complete Guide to Mentoring and Coaching, The Complete Guide to Orientation & Re-Orientation, and Predictable Success.

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