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Herman Group to Offer Series of Leadership Teleseminars

The Herman Group, a human resource consulting firm and frequent contributor to aftermarketNews.com, is offering twelve teleseminars on leadership. The Herman Group consulting firm specializes in workforce and workplace issues. The firm advises corporate leaders regarding employee retention and organizational development to help them build workforce stability.

GREENSBORO, NC — The Herman Group, a human resource consulting firm and frequent contributor to aftermarketNews.com, is offering twelve teleseminars on leadership.

The Herman Group consulting firm specializes in workforce and workplace issues. The firm advises corporate leaders regarding employee retention and organizational development to help them build workforce stability.

Each teleseminar is scheduled for 90 minutes. The first hour will consist of high-content instruction and advice from certified management consultant and author Roger Herman. The following 30 minutes is set aside for discussion and a question-answer session.

These power-packed learning sessions are ideal for company owners, executives, managers, supervisors or anyone considering leadership positions on their career path.

The teleseminars are $79 each, or sign up for the entire series by May 19 for $790 — twelve sessions for the price of ten. The sessions will also be available on CD for $60 each after each teleseminar has been presented.

More information and registration forms are available at: www.hermangroup.com/teleseminars.

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