Now there's an inexpensive way to "test drive" the Management By Strengths program. The MBS 90 Minute DVD Introduction Program can be purchased for your company, group or family for $749.00 plus $14.00 shipping charges.


The package includes:

                  • The 90 Minute DVD Introduction

                 • 12 MBS Profile Reports

                 • 12 Sets of MBS Student Supplies
                         • MBS Seminar Workbook
                         • MBS Seminar Name Card
                         • MBS Color Coded Sticker grid



Additional MBS Profile Reports can be purchased for $24.00 each and additional sets of MBS Student Supplies for $35.00 each.

In addition to providing a general overview of the program, the 90 Minute Program teaches many of the temperament fundamentals covered in the Management By Strengths 4 hour Fundamental Course.



Payment can be made using Visa, MasterCard or American Express using a secure credit card server.


 

To order and have us bill you, or for more information, please send us an e-mail
or contact us at (913) 393-2525.

MBS DVD Training


601 N. Mur-Len / #16, Olathe KS 66062
(913) 393-2525
 

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Kate Davis, Director of Learning and Development at Montgomery General Hospital wrote in an email describing her experience using the MBS DVD Package:

I am so happy to report that the training was an overwhelming success. The hospital is buzzing with nurses talking about colors. 

I have to tell you ...  it is rare to get a group of nurses to sit through any presentation, let alone a presentation via DVD that lasts over 2hrs.  You have really done a terrific job with the DVD.  You come across as though you were standing right here in front of us.  I wish you could have heard the laughter and conversation.My sincerest thanks, to you Mike,

and to your staff, for responding to our last minute requests, for providing us with such

a professional training experience, and for your ongoing involvement with Montgomery

General.