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Our Facility

Below is a visual tour of our facility convienently located at 707 Sable Oaks Drive in South Portland, Maine. We conduct all of our public workshops at this location. Click Here for directions.

  • small conference room
  • Priority Learning Facility
  • conference room
  • leadership facility
  • kitchen
  • another conference room
  • development meeting room
  • meeting room
  • facility conference room

The Leadership Maker

By Ralph Twombly

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  • Why does a flourishing organization matter?

    Why does a flourishing organization matter?

    When employees flourish the company develops a competitive advantage. Employees who are engaged, committed to each other, committed to the success of the company, provide better results better than their competitors.

  • Peer Communication and Care

    Peer Communication and Care

    Often neglected and seldom really understood, consider the power of caring for and communicating with peers.

  • Communications That Can Enhance your Relationships

    Communications That Can Enhance your Relationships

    Communicating up is good for your career and for your development as a leader. When the communication pattern with your leader is strong, you will both benefit.

  • Persistence: A Vital Leadership Quality

    Persistence: A Vital Leadership Quality

    Among the many important traits of a leader, such has having a vision, communication skills and an appreciation of human potential, none is more compelling than persistence.

  • 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.

Priority Learning CARE initiative
CARE Initiative

Poll Question

The word "Empowerment" has been, in our experience, a little tough to implement in some organizations. Which of the following best describes “Empowerment” at your organization…

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