LMI Process



How the LMI Process Induces Change

Our goal at LMI is to help you understand that changing yourself for the better is a developmental process. We use a multi-sensory learning approach to show and tell you how you can start to experience real change and improvement in your life.

LMI subscribes to the theory that the best way to learn is to do. After we equip you with the tools to enhance your performance, we’ll encourage you to apply the things you’ve learned and practice spaced repetition. Over time, this method of learning will help you develop strong changes in attitude and behaviour. And of course, we’ll be there every step of the way to offer support and personal coaching.

To understand LMI’s developmental approach, take learning the game of golf as an example. Like life, the golf swing has many fundamental basics, but simply talking about them or watching a video isn’t going to turn a beginner into a great golfer.

It is through practice and intense, compartmentalized repetition that a novice golfer will slowly begin to ingrain the proper movements into their minds, until the whole swing is second nature. This is spaced repetition – learning by doing – and the LMI Process depends on the same principles of internalizing concepts and ideas to ultimately elicit change and improvement.

Supporting Research for Our Unique Process

LMI Process support research studies – Click to view a report…







Leadership for Women Research Executive Summary

Leadership for Women Evaluation Report 2010








Our Unique 4-Step Process

LMI’s unique 4-Step Process follows one simple rule: to induce change, people need to actively make changes. If you want to improve your life (or your employees’ production) then you need to be proactive about implementing change. The four steps of our unique process are:

Evaluate Performance – Before you can improve, we need to identify focus areas where it makes sense for you to improve. Then, we define your current level of performance and calculate an achievable level of improvement, which gives us your performance gap.

Plan Action – You may not realize it, but developing a Plan of Action will undoubtedly help nudge you along the path of self improvement. By identifying critical success factors and determining a method for tracking results, you’ll get measurable results of your progress. In short, you’ll know what’s working and how much you’re improving every step of the journey.

Change Behaviour – To make the process easier, we recommend step-by-step changes as opposed to wholesale adjustments. That way, you can practice and apply each individual change in behaviour and monitor progress as it occurs.

Measure Results – To wrap up and make sense of our whole approach, we’ll measure the results you’ve achieved using the methods outlined in your Plan of Action. Then we’ll document your return on investment – which we guarantee – and move on to identifying areas for continued improvement.