August 02, 2017

Paul G. Burnett has joined Leadership Management International, Inc. (LMI) as a Business Development Manager and Executive Coach. LMI provides leadership and management development services to local individuals and organizations identifying and focusing on critical personal and organizational changes required to increase productivity, effectiveness, profitability, and quality of life.

     Burnett served nine years in the United States Marine Corps and served in various roles as a Reservist and on active duty with a focus on mission accomplishment, advanced training, and subordinate development. He has been honored with several awards of distiction including the Major Harry Elms Award for exemplary leadership, physical fitness, and military academics. Captain Burnett’s most senior assignment in the Marine Corps was as an Executive Officer. Burnett also served five years in management in the operations, supply chain, and logistics industry employed by North American Customer Fulfillment Center and W.W. Grainger. While balancing his military service in the Marine Corps Reserves, Paul earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Clemson University in Clemson, SC.

     In his role at LMI, Burnett will will be instrumental in furthering the growth across the Southeast and will work with individual and organizational clients assisting them in becoming more effective and results-oriented through executive coaching and group facilitation. “Paul has consistently demonstrated high levels of leadership throughout his career improving the safety, quality, productivity, and engagement of his teams. We are very pleased to have him on our team,” says Nancy Eichstadt, Managing Partner.

  Leadership Management International, Inc.®, founded in 1966, is a world leader in organizational and leadership development. LMI currently operates in 26 languages and over 80 countries. Working through experienced LMI professionals, the unique LMI development process ensures clients achieve measureable results.            

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