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Global Leadership Summit Coming to Durham in August

 


I'm so excited that The Global Leadership Summit is coming to my church this August! I've volunteered to help get the word out about this exciting opportunity! Read below to find out more about this great conference, and how to register!


LEAD WHERE YOU ARE

You’ve been given the gift of influence—in your home, school, profession, community or church—in which people are depending on you to move them to a better place. Learning how to maximize the positive impact of your influence is what leadership development is all about.


 


Through The Global Leadership Summit, August 11-12, you have access to a faculty line-up that brings incredible depth and breadth of leadership talent, perspective, and insight. Gain practical, hands-on wisdom as some of the world’s brightest leaders download their experiences and expertise so that you can develop as a leader.

Featured leadership experts at the 2011 Summit will include Howard D. Schultz, founder, chairman and CEO and president of Starbucks Corporation in Seattle; Erwin McManus, activist, filmmaker, innovator and cultural architect at Mosaic Church in Los Angeles; Henry Cloud, best-selling author and leadership consultant; Cory A. Booker, Mayor of Newark New Jersey; Mama Maggie Gobran, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee; and Steven Furtick, lead pastor of Elevation Church in Charlotte, to name a few. 

Commit now to set aside two days so that God can do powerful things in your life during the 2011 Summit experience right here in Durham, NC.

REGISTER NOW 

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