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Motivation is the name of the game for leadership guru Randy Slechta. As CEO of Leadership Management International (LMI), Slechta has spent most of his life encouraging executives to change their old ingrained ways on corporate governance and embrace new leadership principles that have successfully turned companies around, lifting them from stagnation or loss-making situations to growth and renewed vigour. 

More than 100,000 organisations have benefited from his programmes and more have been inspired by his book The 5 Pillars Of Leadership, which lays out a blueprint for leaders in the 21st century. Co-written with Paul Meyer, it has been translated into nine languages.

The book and his numerous leadership courses all boil down to one essential message: How to develop the right attitude.

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