Announcing “Latimer at 20”

Hello clients and friends of The Latimer Group!

Today we are proud to kick off our “Latimer at 20” anniversary campaign, celebrating the end of our second decade as a business, and the beginning of our third! It has been a long and wonderful journey and we can think of no better way to celebrate than to engage in vibrant dialogue with our Latimer Community.

Over the remainder of 2022, we will be coming to you with a robust lineup of content that includes blog posts, video interviews, animated videos and all sorts of insights gathered over the last two decades. Don’t worry… this anniversary campaign will not be a self-congratulatory vanity exercise. The point of this campaign is to share much of what we have learned with and from you over these last twenty years.

Over the last two decades, the world was evolved a great deal. And our thinking has evolved with it. But a few things remain just as essential to our thinking today, as they did twenty years ago. We have always believed that great communication skills can change the world, which has never been more true than it is today. And we have also always believed in the importance of awareness, preparation and practice as fundamental to great communication skills. Which is one of several reasons why our Latimer Model continues to be taught and absorbed over and over and over again… 20,000+ workshop participants, and counting.

We have learned a lot from you over these twenty years. And today we begin sharing those learnings back to you. Our first submission of this campaign is our latest issue of Fathom, which you can find here.

And the press release announcing the campaign is posted here.

Stay tuned for a lot more over the next few months. And as always, send us your questions, comments and ideas. All of it is welcomed and appreciated.

Thanks for being part of our community as we turn 20. And we look forward to moving forward with you towards 30!

Dean Brenner, CEO and Founder

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Dean Brenner

A book about change

The Latimer Group’s CEO Dean Brenner is a noted keynote speaker and author on the subject of persuasive communication. He has written three books, including Persuaded, in which he details how communication can transform organizations into highly effective, creative, transparent environments that succeed at every level.