Broad application of LRH technology in Russia is happening because individuals from around the world, together with Russians, using the technology of Scientology, are confronting the challenges of the new Russia and making it happen. Nowhere is this more evident than in dealing with Russia’s current economic scene. Many Russian businesses are now being run for the first time as private concerns. Business leaders are learning about LRH management technology so they can build productive organizations in a competitive marketplace.
At WISE international’s three-day conference in June, 200 Russian business and government leaders learned for the first time what LRH technology can do for them. Represented at this convention were companies that ranged in size from the smallest company of 1,500 employees to the largest of 80,000 employees.
On the second day of the conference the first Hubbard College of Administration in Russia was opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by executives from WISE International Mr. Greg Hughes, WDC WISE and IAS Patron Meritorious, and Katie Paquette, President WISE International and IAS Patron. Also in attendance was Lynn Irons, IAS Patron and Wise CEO Circle Member who established the College. It is now delivering LRH administrative technology to the leaders of some of Russia’s biggest companies.
Over 300 Russian businessmen have completed various administrative technology seminars. These seminars were on management by statistics, the conditions formulas, the tone scale and the organizing board. Many students have now completed the Basic Study Course, the Personal Integrity Course, the Communication Course and the Basic Organization Course.
Several more Hubbard Colleges of Administration are now being opened in Siberia, Nizhny Novgorod and several other places throughout Russia. These Colleges are more and more in demand!
[Image caption: Below: The ribbon cutting ceremony which marked the opening of the first Hubbard College of Administration in Russia. Several more are now being opened in cities throughout Russia.] 1