LMI (Leadership Management International)
International Speakers Conferences.
Human Capital Capability Academy (HCCA),
Established in mid of 2005, availing its ser-
vices for SME’s with the aim of developing
their Human Capital Capabilities at both the
individual and organizational levels.
HCCA was registerd with the ITC & IMC
with ID No. (H-50051) since 2006
Who We Are?
To be the destination for Individuals
& Organizations who want to build
their Human Capital Capability.
To equip individuals with the abili-
ties to perform their jobs competently.
To pull up and support intellectual as-
sets of organizations to help leverage
To develop organizations to help
leverage their performance.
• Act As A Business Partner.
• Deal With The Helping Attitude.
• Encourage Learning.
All HCCA programs are based on the active learning concept
“Learn by doing”, which is acquired through various methods
of interaction and ongoing feedback i.e
•Questions and answers.
•Pair & Group Activities.
•Knowledge evaluation at end of each module.
Talent Development Fields
•Finance & Accounting
•Supply Chain Management
•Sales & Marketing
•Effective Personal Productivity
•Effective Personal Leadership
•Effective Motivational Leadership
•Effective Strategic Leadership
•Effective Team Dynamics
•Effective Management Development
•Effective Leadership Development
•Effective Selling Strategy for supervisory level
•Advanced Selling Skills
•Basic Selling Skills
•Passionate Customer Service Everytime
•Finance For Non Finance Managers
•HR For Non HR Managers
•Behavioral Based Interviewing Skills
•Competency Based Performance Management System & Balanced Score Card
•Training Needs Assessment & Planning
•The Professional Supervisor
•Productive Teams at Work
HCCA ID No. (H-50051)
HCCA conducts the following evaluation methodol-
ogies to ensure learning takes place during the train-
ing program in addition to transferring this learning
to the workplace:
Level 1 evaluation:
Participant satisfaction of the training program mea-
sured upon submitting the participants an end of 1st
level assessment form.
Level 2 evaluation:
Level of learning: On the knowledge part, partic-
ipants are continuously asked questions to assess
the amount of learning acquired. On the practical
part, participants are expected to engage in practical
activities during the input sessions to ensure acquisi-
tion of skills; hence feedback is optained.
Level (3) evaluation:
Measuring the training effectiveness results is done
through a field survey undertaken by HCCA’s Train-
ing team, three months after the training delivery.
This is done upon Client request, through HCCA’s
assessment tools to ensure the effective implementa-
tion of knowledge acquired during HCCA’s pro-
grams back at the workplace.
Structured outdoor and indoor activities
Such activities are organized to provide insight and solutions for
real workplace situations. In this way it will be possible to sim-
ulate work situations allowing mistakes made to be turned into
Learning Experience in a safe and cost effective environment.
Maximizing concepts retention by offering an active experiential experience.
Minimizing the gap between concepts and application through engaging ac-
tivities, the participants can easily link to their day-to-day office routine.
Sustaining the biggest amount of lessons learned and participant at-
tention through engaging in activities that are new and fun to endure.
Developing Leaders & Organizations
to their full potential
Some of LMI Programs are registerd with the ITC & IMC
with ID No. (H-50051)
Paul J. Meyer (Founder)
More than 45 years back, LMI was founded by Paul J. Meyer to
help individuals & organizations develop expertise in setting and
reaching personal and business goals, with materials produced in
23 languages and marketed in more than 70 countries worldwide.
Egypt Master Licensee
Mr. Mohamed Soliman signed LMI’s Master License Agree-
ment with Mr. Merlyn Beeman (LMI’s Vice President) on the
25th of May 2010, in a launch ceremony in one of Egypt’s larg-
est hotels, with the attendance of Egyptian business leaders, an-
nouncing the launch of LME –Leadership Management Egypt.
We know that long seminars and lengthy
lectures don’t work. So what we do is dif-
ferent. We offer short, action-oriented ses-
sions held on a regular basis. And we do
it at your workplace – eliminating costly
travel expenses and major down-time for
We’ve learned that our process works best
when applied on-site with small groups. We
utilize time-proven and experience-tested
principles. Team dynamics, spaced repeti-
tion, and immediate application are keys to
We meet with you to determine exactly
what you want to accomplish. Our process
focuses on what’s important to you – not
on what some “guru” or a new “manage-
ment fad” says is important. Your goals
become the driving force behind our re-
• Effective Communication®
• Effective Leadership Development®
• Effective Management Development®
• Effective Motivational Leadership®
• Effective Personal Leadership®
• Effective Selling Strategies®
• Effective Strategic Leadership®
• Effective Team Dynamics®
• Leadership for women®
• Attitude Is Everything®
• Building Financial Success®
• The Making Of A Champion®
• Successful Parenting®
The internationally recog-
nized management icon,
has focused on STRATEGY
EXECUTION (a specific set
of behaviors and techniques
that companies need, in or-
der to have competitive ad-
vantage). If we don’t know
how to execute, our efforts
will fade away trying to re-
alize what we are planning to
Had given the audience a
whole range of practical
tools and methodologies for
managing strategy innova-
tion inside their companies,
making strategy innovation
a sustainable capability and
outlined a practical and sys-
tematic methodology called
the “Four Lenses of Innova-
Who provided the latest and
most detailed thinking &
practical insights on how to
optimize brand value, as well
as a comprehensive integrat-
ed in-depth examination of
the marketing effectiveness
& efficiency of brands &
branding. The program fo-
cused on specific guidelines
to increase the marketing
ROI, productivity and profit-
ability of brands.
On the 13th & the 14th of December, 2009
On the 11th & the 12th of August, 2008
On the 20th and 21st of June, 2010
HCCA in partnership with Memark
Dave Ulrich & Lynda Gratton
On the 14th & the 15th of May, 2009
HUMAN RESOURCES 2.0 event (The Future of HR Strategy in Transforming Organizations)
Ulrich and Lynda showed how to dramatically refocus HR; from what is done to what is delivered; from build-
ing HR functions for efficiency to building them for stakeholder value; and from implementing best HR practic-
es to delivering value added HR practices.
“My Expectations from the Effective Personal Productivity® Program was very high. I had a lot of problems
in the past “managing my time and myself” , this program helped me a lot to control my life, now I have spare
time to spend in management activities throughout the “high payoff activities” Methodology and the tools pro-
vided by the LMI system were useful and very effective. Facilitator was very Helpful, motivator and committed.
I want to thank LMI Egypt for this new concept which I believe will be of great benefits to all organizations.
HR Manger, Nile Kordsa
“I have spent and enjoyed A great deal of useful discussions and information with application during
the few but Effective hours during the 7 week facilitation process. The material was very interest-
ing; giving a scientific and a proven system and bases for a natural habits of a leader by the unique
LMI facilitators and facilitation process. I recommended such Process to many of my colleges”
Collections and Clearing Senior Team Leader, EDBE
“IDEAL STANDARD team was able to realize a real added value when cooperating with HCCA.
Every learning and development solution introduces has been thoroughly thought of, profes-
sionally designed & genuinely delivered to meet our business needs. Behind such stand high-
ly qualified consultants, dedicated team, sincere efforts & above all a strong belief of purpose and goal.”
Talent Manger, Ideal Standard International Egypt
“HCCA overall Services were very good & as a professional consultant they supported our business needs and
they understood our company culture. In addition to conducting training sessions that covered important topics.”
Human resources Manager, APL
Gold & Jewelry
Oil & Gas
Accor Hotels & Resorts
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts
Intercontinental Cairo Citystars
Elegant Voyage (Lilac Hotel).
Aida Beach Resort – North Coast
Aida Hotels & Resorts. Americana
Abdel Aziz El Sallab
Jacob Delafon – Kohler
Coca Cola Atlantic Industries
Cairo Oil & Soap Co
El Safa for Grain and its Product
National Vegetable Oil Company
MASAFI Water (KSA)
IRAM – Jewelry.
Cairo Malaga textiles
Shatex (Shamsi Group)
Nesha & Glucoze (Americana)
AWA for Foods Additives
Hospitals & Health care
Fresenius Medical Care EG
Logistics & Shipping
Trading & Distribution
Financial solutions &
Steel Trade, Distribution
Bhatia Brothers Engineering –
Universal For Engineering Indus-
BASF Construction Chemicals
Raya Holding Company
Al Morshedy Brothers Trading
Sadko-Trade & Agency
Al Sindian Paper Mill Co.
Albardi Paper Mill (Fine)
Arab African Bank
EDBE – Egyptian Development
Bank of Egypt
Egyptian Banking Institute.
Union National Bank – UAE
APL transportation and logistics
CMA CGM for Maritime Shipping
Hotel & Restaurant
Pumps & Pipes
Sanofi Aventis Company
Sidpec (Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals)
Universal Company for Home &
El Araby Co.
Sweillem Virtified Clay Pipes
Canada Egypt Business Council.
EG Group for Medical Equipment
International Printing House
Mac Carpets Egypt
Canada Egypt Business Council.
Future Generation Foundation
Alex Carbon Black
ERA real estate
GNSE (Mansour Group)
Lafarge Cement Egypt
Middle East Network Solutions
Sarie El Din & Partners Law firm
Xceed Contact Center
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30. Cairo Head Office
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International School - (C) district, south Police Academy,
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