A friend told me several years ago there are over 300 leaders chronicled in the Bible, but less than one fourth of them finished their race well. Why is that? There are lots of reasons, but one reason is that many simply stopped growing. That same friend also taught me that if you make just one decision that affects another person, you’re a leader. All of us make decisions that affect others at home, work, church, or our entire community. So, congratulations, you’re a leader.
Every weekend in central Kentucky, we join in various locations to learn and grow together. How would you like to take that model and put it on steroids to deepen your leadership capacity by learning with other people from literally all over the world? What if you could learn from some of the greatest leaders in the country today -- from the Church, the business community, and nonprofit organizations -- and do it all from right here in central Kentucky?
The Willow Creek Association is again hosting their Global Leadership Summit on August 11-12 and if you consider yourself part of the Southland family, you can participate at a discounted rate. If you’re not up for traveling over 400 miles to the broadcast location, Quest Community Church in Lexington will be a satellite venue for the Summit. This is an awesome opportunity to hear from leaders with diverse backgrounds, including Bill Hybels, who founded one of the largest churches in North America. Some of the other speakers include TD Jakes, John Maxwell, and Melinda Gates (yes, that one), along with former executives from the Ritz Carlton and Ford Motor Company. Click here
for the full speaker lineup and more information.
Between now and June 28, you can register for $99, which is about half the price of a regular individual registration. If you’d like to join other leaders in central Kentucky and register through Southland’s discount, just contact Cindy Willison here