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Directions to Priority Learning Training Office

707 Sable Oaks Drive South Portland, ME 04106

Driving Route 95 (The Maine Turnpike) or Route 295
From the Maine Turnpike or From 295 coming South - Get off at the Maine Mall exit. The exit will lead you to the Maine Mall Road and we recommend that you take a right and proceed by the mall on your right to the corner of Running Hill Road and the Maine Mall Road. UNOs will be on your right and Popeyes on your left, so get into the left hand lane and prepare to turn left. Turn left and head up Running Hill Road traveling over the turnpike (overpass) and take your first right into the Sable Oaks Office Park. Travel up the hill past the Marriott on your left and past the Holiday Inn Express on your right. 707 Sable Oaks Drive is up the slight hill on the right.

If you are here for a workshop - You can take a right just before the sign for 707 and proceed to the parking lot behind the building and enter the door on the back side of the building. We are the first door to the left when you enter the building.

If you are just coming in for a visit - Please park in the visitors space, go into the lobby, take the elevator to the ground floor (down). When you get off the elevator we are to the left.


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The Leadership Maker

By Ralph Twombly

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  • Update to our Workshop Series

    Update to our Workshop Series

    Ralph, Craig, Mary and I are very excited to announce that we are changing our series from 5- to 8- day workshops to 10-day workshops within a year’s time and we plan to start in August of this year.

  • Increasing Meeting Participation

    Increasing Meeting Participation

    If you feel like your meetings are not productive enough because people won't or can participate, the people in your meetings are unprepared or after meeting conversation are bigger then the meeting itself, the problem might lie in your preparation.

  • Communications

    Communications

    Let’s be clear here about communication methods for leaders. Face-to-face communication is best. Not just best, it is best by a mile. A phone conversation is next best, but it is no substitute for face-to-face connection.

  • Time for a Paradigm Shift

    Time for a Paradigm Shift

    Perhaps it is time for a paradigm shift, a shift in how people think and learn about what is out there for career opportunities.

  • Delegation

    Delegation

    The final test of leadership is to leave behind men and women with the conviction, commitment and competency to carry on in your absence.

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