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									                CORNERSTONE INTERNATIONAL GROUP

                      CORNESTONE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
                                                           and
                  2012 CORNERSTONE GLOBAL CONFERENCE




                                Beijing, Peoples Republic of China
Executive Coach Training, Level I:       Monday, May 21st – Tuesday, May 22nd
      Tuition Cost: $2,450 (including 3 nights lodging,* meals, CCEC I Certification).

Assessment Training, Level I:            Monday, May 21st – Tuesday, May 22nd
      Tuition Cost: $1,650 (including 3 nights lodging,* meals, CAT I Certification).
      Refresher for prior graduates: $750 (free if used 20+ assessments last fiscal year)

Executive Coach Training, Level II:      Tuesday, May 22nd – Wednesday, May 23rd
      Tuition Cost: $1,050 (including 2 nights lodging,* meals, CCEC II Certification).

Cornerstone Global Conference:            Wednesday, May 23rd – Saturday, May 26th
      Cost: $1,750 per Delegate; $1,300 per Spouse/Guest same sleeping                                            room
      (incl. 3 nights lodging, * meals, mtg. room./equipment, & 2 excursions).

* Sleeping room nights can be added or deleted at $150/night, From May 19th to May 28th. Nb

        FEES &REGISTRATION FORM SHOULD BE RETURNED BY FEBRUARY 1st !!!
                             Advance Conference Information,
                           Tentative Agenda, & Registration Form
            To obtain discounted rates, do NOT book directly with hotel (rather, please book through Bill Guy).
            Each sleeping room night helps our master account rate, so also book extra nights through Bill Guy!




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The Power of Many – The Focus of One
                      Cornerstone Leadership Institute and 2012 Global Conference
                         PLEASE COMPLETE & MAIL THIS FORM & FEES BY FEB. 1st

     Participant’s Full Name (same as passport):                                  Date Arrive:        Date Depart:

     Company Title:                                   Local Company Name:

     Mailing Address:

     City:                            State:                    Postal Code:              Country:

     Phone Country Code:      -City Code:      Phone #:                  Email:

1.     Assessment Training (CAT Level I) Participant: (includes coffee & snacks Monday morning and afternoon, Monday lunch
       & dinner, coffee & snacks Tuesday morning, lunch on Tuesday, meeting room & equipment, all training materials,
       instructors’ fees, plus lodging Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday nights):
            Name of Participant:                                               at $1,650 US/Person:  $
            Refresher Participant:                                             at $ 750 US/Person:  $

2.     Executive Coach Training (CCEC Level I) Participant: (includes coffee & snacks Monday morning and afternoon,
       Monday lunch & dinner, coffee & snacks Tuesday morning, lunch on Tuesday, meeting room & equipment, all training
       materials, instructors’ fees, plus lodging Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday nights):
           Name of Participant:                                                    at $2,450 US/Person:  $

3.     Executive Coach Training (CCEC Level II) Participant: (includes coffee & snacks Tuesday afternoon, Tuesday dinner,
       coffee & snacks Wednesday morning, Wednesday lunch, meeting room & equipment, all training materials, instructors’ fees,
       plus lodging Monday and Tuesday nights). ( Subtract $300 if you also attend CAT Level I training):
            Name of Participant:                                                   at $1,050 US/Person:  $

4.     Conference Participant: (includes Wednesday evening reception, coffee & snacks Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
       mornings, lunches & dinners on Thursday & Friday, excursions Thursday & Friday, meeting room & equipment, all training
       materials, guest speaker honoraria, plus lodging Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights):
           Name of Participant:                                                 at $1,750 US/Person:  $

5.     Spouse/Guest (sharing room with conference participant): (includes Wednesday evening reception, coffee & snacks
       Thursday, Friday, and Saturday mornings, lunches & dinners on Thursday & Friday, excursions Thursday & Friday, guest
       speaker honoraria, plus lodging Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights):
           Name of Spouse/Guest:                                                at $1,300US/Person:  $

6.     Family Member/Guest (NOT sharing room with conference participant): (includes Wednesday evening reception, coffee
       & snacks Thursday, Friday, and Saturday mornings, lunches & dinners on Thursday and Friday, excursions Thursday and
       Friday, guest speaker honoraria, plus lodging Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights).
           Name of Spouse/Guest:                                               at $1,750 US/Person:  $

7.     Extra Room Nights: (discount rate up to 2 nights before and 2 nights after conference—book only through Bill Guy).
           Number of extra nights:            Number of rooms:                 at $150 US/room/night:  $

Grand Total (Check Made Payable to “Cornerstone International Group”):                               US $

Please print and mail this form with your registration fees BY FEBRUARY 1, 2012, to the following address:
2012 Cornerstone Institute & Conference, P. O. Box 57407, Sherman Oaks, CA 91413 USA.

PREFERRED Method of Payment = CHECK in US$.

If you must pay via wire transfer, be sure that all wire transfer fees are prepaid: Bank of America, Beverly Hills
Branch: SWIFT Code: BOFAUS6S, ABA Wire Transfer: 121000358, Account: 02135-01158, Account Name:
Cornerstone International Group. Identify (1) your company name, (2) specify: 2012 Institute & Global Conference,
(3) names of participants/guests. Be sure that all transfer fees are pre-paid by you.




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                   Cornerstone Leadership Institute (May 21-23)
                                      and
                      2012 Global Conference (May 23-26)

Hotel Reservations: Do NOT book directly, but rather book ALL rooms through Bill Guy. We receive
lower prices on our meeting room, equipment, etc. based on our total number of room nights booked
through Cornerstone.

Conference Attire:

For the duration of the Institute and Conference, smart casual (slacks and polo shirt), is the order of the day.
If temperature permits, sport coats are acceptable.        Throughout the spring months (April to May)
temperatures in Beijing rise quickly day to day. They also vary greatly between day and night—around 13
degree variance Celsius (50 degrees variance Fahrenheit). Spring is a windy and dry season. Cold winds
are also frequent throughout spring months. Average low is 56.5 °F and average high is 78.8 °F, and
rainfall averages 1.34 inches in May.

Other recommended sites to see before or after the conference:

Visit beautiful and interesting cities such as Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Bangkok, Shanghai, Hong Kong, etc.
Specifically within China, you might enjoy visiting Xian, home of the world-famous Terra Cotta soldiers
and horses; the Yangtze River, the longest river in Asia, and the third-longest in the world; Guilin, located
by the banks of the Li River featuring unusual landscapes; and Lhasa, Tibet, a lonely place from the rest of
the world with magnificent views of the amazing Himalayas.

Thursday Afternoon Excursion: Forbidden City:

An air-conditioned motor coach bus will drive you to and from the Forbidden City, where you will be
escorted by an English-speaking tour guide. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and a warm
sweater or jacket in case it is chilly. Remember that the purpose of these excursions to see something
fun/interesting but also to give you the opportunity to network with fellow Cornerstone consultants, so
“work the crowd” and become better acquainted with as many of your colleagues as possible.

Thursday Evening GALA Dinner:

Feel free to invite client contacts to attend (at your expense $72 per person), but inform Bill Guy
immediately if you have a confirmed guest. We expect approximately 30 “Captains of Industry” to join us
that evening to hear a very special Keynote Speaker.

Friday Afternoon Excursion: Great Wall of China:

An air-conditioned motor coach bus will drive you to and from the Great Wall of China, where you will be
escorted by an English-speaking tour guide. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and a warm
sweater or jacket in case it is chilly. Remember that the purpose of these excursions to see something
fun/interesting but also to give you the opportunity to network with fellow Cornerstone consultants, so
“work the crowd” and become better acquainted with as many of your colleagues as possible.




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                                 TENTATIVE AGENDA
                          (Revised Agenda Will Be Available on Arrival)
Special discounted room rates are available for up to 2 days before the Cornerstone Leadership Institute &
Conference or up to 2 days following the Conference, but must be booked through Bill Guy.

Monday, May 21st –Cornerstone Leadership Institute (explanation on later pages):
 8:00 a.m.    Simultaneous Training Classes (separate class rooms):

              Cornerstone Level I Assessment Training begins.             Alberto Lares &
                                                                          Larry Shoemaker

              Cornerstone Level I Executive Coach Training begins.        Eileen Hannegan &
                                                                          Kip McClure
10:00 a.m.    Coffee Break.

12:00 noon    Working Lunch (included).

 1:30 p.m.    Training Continues.

 3:30 p.m.    Coffee Break.

 5:30 p.m.    Training Recess.

Tuesday, May 22nd –Cornerstone Leadership Institute (explanation on later pages):
 8:00 a.m.    Level I Assessment & Level I Executive Coach Training continues.

10:00 p.m.    Coffee Break.

12:00 noon    Lunch.

 1:30 p.m.    Level I Assessment & Level I Executive Coach Training completed.
              Level II Executive Coach Training begins               Eileen Hannegan &
                                                                     Kip McClure
 3:30 p.m.    Coffee Break.

 6:30 p.m.    Level II Executive Coach Training recess.

Wednesday, May 23rd – Cornerstone Leadership Institute & 2012 Conference Begins:
 8:00 a.m.    Level II Executive Coach Training continues.                Eileen Hannegan &
                                                                           Kip McClure
10:30 p.m.    Coffee Break.
 2:00 p.m.    Level II Executive Coach Training Session completed.

 2:00 p.m.     Interviews of prospective licensees.                          Bill Guy.

 3:00 p.m.     Regional Meetings                                             Regional Members.

 7:00 p.m.     Cocktail Reception (Kick Off for 2012 Conference)             All Delegates/Guests.
               (suit or sports coat & tie, appropriate for group photo)
               Keynote Speaker                                               To Be Announced.



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Thursday, May 24th :
 8:00 a.m.   Welcome                                                    Conference Participants.

             (a) Chairman’s Welcome Statement.                          Bill Guy.
             (b) Conference Housekeeping Information.
             (c) State of the Union Address:- Membership
                                            - Marketing
                                            - Protocol
                                            - Goals

 8:15 a.m.   Session One (1.1): Introductions

             Current Member Introductions (max.1 min./firm)             Larry Shoemaker.

 9:00 a.m.   Session Two (1.2):

             New Member/Prospective Member Introductions                Larry Shoemaker.
             (maximum 10 minutes/firm).

 9:30 a.m.   Session Three (1.3): Administration

             Committee Report: Finance                                  Manuel Cubas.

 9:45 a.m.   Session Four (1.4):

             Committee Report: Quality                                  Vijay Karkare.

10:00 a.m.   Coffee Break.

10:15 a.m.   Session Five (1.5): Attracting More Clients/More Assignments

             Committee Report: Marketing                                Ian Day.
             2011-12 Results To Date (Survey, Website, SEO, PR, etc.)
             2012-13 Proposed Budget

10:45 a.m.   Session six (1.6):

             Social Media Update                                        Gillian Davis &
                                                                         Goran Jansson.
11:15 a.m. Session seven (1.7):

             Best Practice Presentation                                 To Be Announced

12:00 noon Pick Up Box Lunch                                            All Delegates/Guests.

12:15 p.m.   Bus Ride to Forbidden City                                 All Delegates/Guests.

 7:00 p.m. GALA Dinner (suit & tie) in Grand Ballroom                   All Delegates/Guests.
           Keynote Speaker                                              To be announced.




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Friday, May 25th :
 7:00 a.m. Regional Breakfast Meetings (if not held May 25th).

 8:00 a.m.   Session One (2.1): Being the Best that We Can Be

             Executive Onboarding Update                         George Bradt.

 9:00 a.m.   Session Two (2.2):

             Executive Coaching Update                           Wanda Lee, Kip McClure
                                                                  & Eileen Hannegan
10:00 a.m.   Coffee Break.

10:15 a.m.   Session Three (2.3):

             Outplacement Update                                  Diane Miller &
                                                                   Jim Ratliff

11:15a.m.    Session Four (2.4):

             Turnarounds and M&A Update                              Neil Kohrn &
                                                                      Robert Newland

12:00 noon Pick Up Box Lunch                                      All Delegates/Guests.

12:15 p.m. Bus Ride to Great Wall of China                        All Delegates/Guests.

 7:00 p.m. Dinner in Grand Ballroom                              All Delegates/Guests.
           Keynote Speaker                                       To be announced.




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Saturday, May 26th :
 8:00 a.m.   Session One (3.1):

             Billionaire Project Update                          Bill Guy &
                                                                   Jack Lindsey.
 8:45 a.m. Session Two (3.2):

             Getting Assignments/Doing Assignments Better        To Be Announced.

 9:30 a.m. Session Three (3.3):

             Compensation & Benefits Update                      Richard Polak.

10:00 a.m. Coffee Break.

10:15 a.m. Session Four (3.4):

             Election of 2011-12 Cornerstone Officers            Larry Shoemaker.

10:30 a.m. Session Five (3.5):

             Free Discussion of Spill-Over Topics                Larry Shoemaker.

11:30 p.m. Wrap Up:

             Chairman’s closing remarks                          Bill Guy.
              - The Future
              - Filling the Gaps
              - The Next Conference




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                          Cornerstone Leadership Institute

                 Cornerstone Assessment Tool (CAT)
Approximately 30 years ago, Dr. Richard Doss developed the foundation for a system that today
has many applications in the human capital field. The enclosed information provides more details.
Presentations were made on this system at seven of our Annual Conferences—Merida in 2005, the
Mediterranean cruise in 2006, Honolulu in 2007, Oxford in 2008, Las Vegas in 2009, Rome in 2010,
and Montreal in 2011—with a specific focus on its application in the retained search industry.

Cornerstone International Group has arranged for this proprietary assessment system to be made
available with the Cornerstone Logo on it. Every consultant of Cornerstone International Group can
be certified to use the system. You will be able to offer these assessments as part of your search
process, or as an “add-on” incremental revenue generating business. Because this product has
the Cornerstone Logo on it, your competitors will not have it available. You can offer your clients
something that is truly unique!

Certification Training takes approximately 15 hours of class time. Already many Cornerstone
Consultants and Guests have been certified to use the tool. To assist other Cornerstone Members
to begin using this valuable tool as soon as possible we will be conducting Certification Training
just prior to the Cornerstone Annual Conference in Beijing, PRC. The dates and times are:

                   Monday, May 21, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (working lunch)
                   Tuesday, May 22, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (working lunch).

The cost of the Cornerstone Assessment Certification Training plus lodging/F&B is $1,650 per
attendee.* We are offering two “specials” as follows:

  1. Those Cornerstone Consultants who previously have been certified to use the Cornerstone
     Assessments may attend this training as a “Refresher” at cost of only $750. In other words,
     they can consider this an “at cost” refresher course to build their skills using the
     assessments. Those who have purchased at least 20 assessments in the previous fiscal
     year can participate in this Level I training totally free.

  2. Each Cornerstone Consultant who becomes Certified at the Annual Conference will be given
     seven (7) Cornerstone Assessments free of cost to use in their market. These seven are
     equal to the cost of the certification training; thus, in reality, the training is free.

Make your plans now to attend. This is an opportunity to add a tool to your business, or even a
separate business, that offers significant incremental revenue potential. Because it is under the
Cornerstone Logo, you are provided an opportunity to offer in your market what no one else can—a
“Brand” that will be unique to you. This will make you more attractive to your clients, as well as
potential new clients. Remember, Larry Shoemaker, who has used this tool for about 15 years,
continues to say “I use it because it makes me better. It also results in the generation of $10,000-
$25,000 incrementally every year. And if it helps me to obtain just one additional client, it generates
significantly more than that.”

* The unit cost of each Cornerstone Assessment is $75.00, in quantities less than 100. You have
the opportunity to mark this up to whatever is reasonable for your clients to pay. The fee you
charge to your clients might range from $150 to $1,000 per assessment, depending on what you do
to add value, which means this will produce an additional Profit Center for your local company.

Sleeping room nights may be added or deleted at $150/night.




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                         Cornerstone Leadership Institute

 Level I Cornerstone Assessment Tool (CAT) Training
                        Swissotel Beijing, May 21 to May 22, 2012

                                  Course Instructors:
                      Alberto Lares, Master Assessment Trainer
                 Larry Shoemaker, Professional Assessment Trainer

                           ($1,650 due no later than February 1, 2012).


          THIS SYSTEM MATCHES CANDIDATES WITH SPECIFIC JOB REQUIREMENTS
           Based on the theory: Competence + Compatibility = Contribution to Results
                                           C1 + C2 = C4
                        (C4 is the result of synergy between C1 and C2)

Competence is the skills, knowledge, experience, training and education that prepare someone to
perform in a specific position.

Compatibility is the factor which indicates “human comfort… being a ‘good fit’ with the
environment.”

The Cornerstone Assessments offer:

      •��The end to “subjective” ratings or judgments of people’s behavior. The “Job-Person
      Matching Process” assures fair and equitable treatment of all candidates.

      •��The System produces data to support decisions, and it also provides a basis for tracking
      the effectiveness of decisions relative to performance criteria and reviews.

      •��“Gaps” are easily identified as issues for a supervisor to watch as well as opportunities
      for the development of the person.

      •��Software text files and sections in the training manual provide helpful suggestions to
      Coaches or Supervisors to deal with these gaps in a constructive manner.

This System works in any country and culture. The instruments themselves are currently available
in English, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Certificates of Completion will be issued May 24 at our Cornerstone Conference evening reception.

Make plans to attend the Cornerstone Assessment Tools (CAT) Level I Certification training today.
Send your training tuition of $1,650 in along with your Conference registration fee by Feb. 1st.




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                          Cornerstone Leadership Institute

     Level I Cornerstone Executive Coach Training
                      Swissotel Beijing, May 21 to May 22, 2012

                                Course Instructors:
                   Eileen R. Hannegan, Master Certified Coach
                    Kip McClure, Professional Certified Coach

Registration Fee includes coffee & snacks Monday morning and afternoon, Monday lunch & dinner,
coffee & snacks Tuesday morning, lunch on Tuesday, meeting room & equipment, all training materials,
instructors’ fees, plus lodging Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday nights.

                Monday, May 21, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (working lunch)
                Tuesday, May 22, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (working lunch).


                          ($2,450 due no later than February 1, 2012).


LEARN AND BE MENTORED IN BASIC COACHNG SKILLS

Basic Coaching Skills Training in Support of the following:

   Onboarding.

   Development Plan – Designed From Results of Cornerstone Assessment.

   Newly Hired Executive Professional and Personal Success.

   Integrating Learning Produces.

   Changed Behavior.

   Enhanced Performance.

   Improved Retention.

   Client Satisfaction.

Provides foundation for advancement to Level II, Cornerstone Certified Executive Coach




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                         Cornerstone Leadership Institute

Level II Certified Cornerstone Executive Coach (CCEC)
               Final Review and Graduation
                       Swissotel Beijing, May 22 to May 23, 2012

                                  Course Instructors:
                     Eileen R. Hannegan, Master Certified Coach
                      Kip McClure, Professional Certified Coach

                        Tuesday, May 22, from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
                 Wednesday, May 23, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (working lunch).


                          ($1,050 due no later than February 1, 2012).


NOTE:    Level II CCEC training sessions are open ONLY to Cornerstone Consultants who
completed Level I Executive Coaching Skills Training.

These May 22 and May 23 sessions will complete the Level II Cornerstone Certified Executive
Coach (CCEC) training program initiated after the 2010 Level I San Diego course or the 2011
Level I Athens course via weekly training conference calls.

   Cost of $1,050 includes coffee & snacks Tuesday afternoon, Tuesday dinner, coffee & snacks
   Wednesday morning, Wednesday lunch, meeting room & equipment, all training materials,
   instructors’ fees, plus lodging Monday and Tuesday nights. ( Subtract $300 if you also attend
   CAT Level I training on May 21-22).

CCEC Certificates of Completion will be issued at the Cornerstone Global Conference evening
reception on May 25th.




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Swissôtel Beijing is a five-star luxury hotel located at the intersection of the Central Business
District, Diplomatic District, Lufthansa Commercial District, and Wangfujing Shopping District.

With easy access from the Capital Airport Highway, the hotel entrance is just a few steps from the
subway station, making Tian'an men Square, downtown Beijing, the China International Exhibition
Centre, or the Railway Station accessible within 15 minutes and the Olympic Park and the Capital
International Airport accessible within 20 minutes.

At Swissôtel Beijing you will find a combination of quality, efficiency, and reliability which is
synonymous with Swiss hospitality. They also provide a customized multilingual service.




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For a brighter future, we need to work more closely together, enhancing our networking
relationships and exploiting our combined strength to win the loyalty of more and more clients,
especially multi-national clients that are hungry for the our passion to serve, our commitment to be
“the best that we can be,” and our trustworthiness as stewards of their future survival and success
around the globe.

Invest the time to cultivate and strengthen your relationship with fellow Cornerstone professionals.
More than ever, we need to increase the probability of referrals to and from each other—referrals
that are far more likely between those of us who are wise enough to create “top-of-the-mind”
awareness by attending the Beijing Global Conference.




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