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The Continuous Learning Group is the world's largest firm of behavioral psychologists that consults to the Fortune 100. Founded in 1993 by Dr. Leslie Wilk Braksick, The Continuous Learning Group now has over 150 clients internationally including Chevron, Bell Atlantic, Lucent, Bayer, UPS, Mobil Oil, AT&T, Aetna and other blue chip companies. Dr. Leslie Braksick's unique blend of talents­­her skill in applying behavioral science to making organizations run better­­has helped her become nationally known in corporate America for enabling dramatic business improvement in companies, increasing profitability, and improving bottom-line results.

Leslie Wilk Braksick, Ph.D., is co-founder and President of The Continuous Learning Group, Inc. (CLG), the world's largest behaviorally based consulting organization, with a large roster of Fortune 500 clients. Dr. Braksick and her company provide guidance in business improvement, change, and profitability to more than 150 blue chip clients world wide . Dr. Braksick is an energetic practitioner of behavioral science, noted for her ability to walk into a company, quickly grasp its complex history and culture, and help its executives articulate business objectives and implement strategies that measurably improve the bottom line. Her unique blend of scientific knowledge, coaching skills, entrepreneurship, energy, personality, writing, public, speaking, and strong personal values will touch your professional and personal life.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Employee motivation, Leadership, Organizational behavior, Supervision of employees, Organizational change, Organizational effectiveness