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13 Reasons Why the LCT Summit Can Bring Good Luck in Biz

Posted on July 25, 2012

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT breaks new ground and sets a new standard in the chauffeured transportation industry with a complete makeover of the LCT Leadership Summit.

The 11th annual Summit, to be held Oct. 22-24, goes where no industry B2B magazine and trade show have gone before. The 2012 Summit will be held at the El Conquistador Resort, a world-class Waldorf-Astoria luxury mecca along the Caribbean coastline.

And you don’t even need a passport to get there if you are a U.S. citizen. Imitators may call their events a “summit,” but in the end it’s just more water over the falls.

Among the many new and enhanced features of this pinnacle event:

All New Leadership Training Focuses on Excellence Through Mind and Body:

  1. Engines of Excellence: Getting The Ultimate Balance Between Personal Health and Professional Performance by Billy Sheehan
  2. Practically Radical —Transforming Your Company and Challenging Yourself by Bill Taylor
  3. Intentional Reflection Workshop
  4. The New Customer: Defining the Road Ahead as Seen Through the Eyes of Our Radical New Passenger by Doug Anderson
  5. Communicate Confidently...Lead Effectively by Joe Yazbeck
  6. Mental Leadership by Gautam Jain

Reinvigorated & Upgraded Networking:

  1. Constructive teambuilding with more volleyball nets, poker, sandcastle building and cocktail making contests.
  2. Island Latin Jazz White Night on the Veranda with cigar rolling and music by Vejigantes, Batucada and Plena.
  3. Palomino Island Bonfire Bash with salsa dancing, fireside storytelling, and of course, dinner and drinks on our own private island.

Bonus Features:

  1. Golf
  2. Bioluminescent Kayak Tour
  3. Yoga
  4. Golden Door Spouse Program

You can read more about these highlights at the LCT Leadership Summit’s new website at www.LCTSummit.com. There is limited availability; the LCT Summit will sell out, so register today!

Source: LCT

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