Introducing LatimerNext

Hello clients and friends of The Latimer Group,

I am excited to share some big news with you today.

Twenty years ago, I founded The Latimer Group based on two simple goals: I wanted to coach communication skills, something I was deeply passionate about; and I wanted to build a company from the ground up. Twenty years later I am proud of what my teammates and I have created, and the partnerships we have with some of the finest corporations in the world. But as The Latimer Group has approached the major milestone of our 20th anniversary, I wanted to make our impact even stronger and deeper.

To that end, I am proud to announce the creation and launch of LatimerNext, a new company which will extend our offerings in some exciting ways. LatimerNext offers the same methodologies and strategies as The Latimer Group, but directly to consumers who want to invest in themselves and their own skill development. In particular, LatimerNext provides communication coaching and training for young professionals and pre-professionals who are looking to launch and establish their careers. This will be accomplished through flexible offerings that combine self-paced learning journeys with one-on-one coaching sessions and personalized feedback.

For those who know The Latimer Group well, don’t worry… for you, nothing changes. Our team at The Latimer Group, led by Whitney Sweeney, Hannah Morris and Kendra Raguckas, will continue to offer the same outstanding corporate training and coaching services you have known for years. But now, our new team at LatimerNext, led by Jacob Ward, will serve the additional need of offering what we do directly to those who want to invest in themselves.

Twenty years is a long time. And what started as one guy hanging out his shingle to do some coaching, has expanded into two organizations: one that partners with companies who want to upskill their employees, and one that partners with individuals who want to upskill themselves.

I hope you will take a few minutes and look at LatimerNext’s website. And if you are so moved, please share this with anyone in your life who might find this valuable: those at a critical point in their career path, and those who might benefit from making their communication skills more powerful. In a world where it is harder and harder to be heard, an investment in one’s own skill development has never been more important.

Thanks for being part of our Latimer community… a community which is stronger than it has ever been before.

Have a great day.

Dean Brenner, CEO and Founder

Link to Official Press Release

We believe that great communication skills change the world. We transform people and organizations of all sizes with simple, repeatable techniques, through an integrated platform of corporate training, coaching, and asynchronous learning.

Our entire business has been built on the referrals from satisfied clients. So, if you enjoyed your experience with The Latimer Group, or if you like what you read here, please share your experience with others. And if you would like to know more, please contact us at info@TheLatimerGroup.com, or visit our websites The Latimer Group and LatimerNext.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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3 responses to “Introducing LatimerNext”

  1. Tracy Maloney says:

    Congratulations, Dean! I am so excited for you and your team and wish you much success in your future endeavors.
    I truly enjoyed working with all of you and hope your paths will cross again in the future.

  2. Mark says:

    Really impressive, Dean! Congratulations to you and your team. You have shown tremendous vision and flexibility as the market and needs change for all of us. I look forward to our continued work together.

    Mark

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Dean Brenner

A book about change

The Latimer Corporation’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.