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The Total Person

Paul J. Meyer, Founder, Leadership Management International

Change is a process that involves planning, training, goal setting, and practical application. It’s not easy to do alone, which is just how many business leaders describe themselves when trying to address change within their business or organization. That’s why thousands of clients worldwide have turned to us for help.

Our process for providing that help embraces an individual’s personal Plan of Action based on the Total Person concept. We understand that you and each person in your company or organization is a complex, unique individual with numerous roles to fill in life.


More than a philosophy, the Total Person concept is an action-oriented way of life that centers on goal setting and action plans that focus on six vital areas:

  • Family and Home

  • Financial and Career

  • Mental and Educational

  • Physical and Health

  • Social and Cultural

  • Spiritual and Ethical


This customized Plan of Action uses self-evaluations to help individuals determine personal values, establish priorities, and set goals. These actions empower each person in your organization to achieve balance in all six areas of life. Research proves that individuals who attain that balance are more satisfied and productive, and when each person is more productive, your organization as a whole becomes more efficient. Once you raise the bar on quality, your customers will definitely take notice.

We work with ambitious leaders who want to define the future and courageously face it – head on!
Together, we can change the world.
Your clients have accomplished absolutely fantastic results from your facilitation and coaching of our programs. Through your facilitation, your clients have achieved numerous awards, including our prestigious World Client of the Year. Every client of yours that I have talked to considered themselves extremely fortunate to have worked with you.

Randy Slechter, CEO, LMI-Leadership Management International

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