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Speakers Confirmed for LCT Leadership Summit

Posted on April 5, 2006

MIAMI — LCT Magazine announced that its speaker line-up has been confirmed for its annual Leadership Summit, to be held May 7-9 at The Palms South Beach. The Leadership Summit provides a forum for executives from large and emerging chauffeured transportation companies to network and learn new business ideas for experts and leaders outside the industry. The event also features fun activities that foster relationship and team building including a beach party with games.

Author and consultant Bill Lampton will conduct two sessions on effective communications for leaders. World adventurer and Mt. Everest guide John Amatt will share his amazing experiences and talk about risk taking that leads to change. Attorney Manesh Rath will walk attendees through leading wage and hour laws to help operators manage the overtime issue. Other speakers will address merger and acquisition challenges, creating a brand identity for your company, and how you can understand and shape your company’s genetic code for success.

The event will be held at the beautiful Palms resort in South Beach. The Leadership Summit provides a great opportunity for executives to “recharge their batteries,” take home new, effective business ideas, and vacation at a luxury resort destination.

To sign up for the LCT Leadership Summit, go to: www.lctsummit.com

LCT Magazine is also reminding operators that its second annual LCT Eastern Conference will taking place Sept. 12- 13, 2006, at the Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino in Uncasville, Conn. This event provides an excellent opportunity for East Coast operators to meet each other and attend professional seminars covering all aspects of the business.

Source: LCT Magazine

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