Do in minutes what used to take hours...

The NEW version 11 LeaderGuide Pro Plus software is now available. Use it to build facilitator guides in less than half the time it takes you now. And then extract additional documents from existing ones. LeaderGuide Pro provides professional page layouts, icons and style guides that eliminate tedious formatting tasks and allow you to concentrate on content. Everything you build with LeaderGuide Pro is reusable. EASY to use. FREE help.

Great Circle Learning provides software and services that make it faster and easier for you to get your work done.

From simple handouts to sophisticated facilitator guides, we offer... 4 products... 7 benefits

Customer reviews:

"I love zAPPs-apps!" - Colleen Wessel, Training Project Administrator, Gas Technology Institute

"george! goes way beyond the PPT handout print function..."  - Kristin J. Arnold, MBA, CPF, CMC, CSP President, QPC Inc. - The Extraordinary Team

“LeaderGuide Pro has changed the way I work...” - Gaye Freedman Ed.D, Learning Solutions Architect at MGM University


Recent News from Great Circle Learning

LGPro Plus version 11 is almost ready!

Click to watch a video introducing LeaderGuide Pro Plus version 11. We will be releasing it within the next few days! If you've got a subscription license to LGPro Plus v10 you can move to v11 for free. If you've considered LGPro in the past but decided against it, it's time to reconsider! Version 11 is AMAZING.

11 things you are going to love about v11

  1. You can create facilitator guides and participant guides with a fresh new look without doing any customizing.
  2. You can choose from a refreshed default and 2 new “default” custom collections for 3 different looks.
  3. You can EASILY build custom collections now, using a new set of easy-to-use forms.

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