Leaders, you need to attend this …

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There are few things that I would recommend as highly as The Global Leadership Summit. There really are not enough superlatives that I can use to describe my experiences attending this leadership event over the years,

Bill Hybels started The Global Leadership Summit in 1995 as an annual training event for church, ministry and other leaders to sharpen their skills. The Global Leadership Summit exists to transform Christian leaders around the world with an injection of vision, skill development, and inspiration for the sake of the local church.

I love these quotes from Bill Hybels, which reveal his heart regarding the importance of leadership and the importance of the church:

“the local church is the hope of the world” and “Everyone wins when a leader gets better” and one more, “It comes down to whether or not you want to give God, your fellow leaders, and the cause you lead, the absolute best leadership you’re capable of giving Him.”

Friends, to those who read consistently my posts, you’ve noticed I have a passion for leadership: self-leadership, leadership in business, and leadership in the church.

Having gone to The Global Leadership Summit several times in the past, I have found that this conference is something special. It is for leaders and as readers to this blog know–everyone is a leader to some degree.

There is no doubt that there are lots of beneficial conferences, but for leaders; it doesn’t get much better than this.

Trust me on this —go online and search out a venue in August that will be hosting the Summit——you won’t regret it!

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