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Invest in Leadership, Invest in positive Change
You impact those around you in both big and small ways. When you invest in developing your leadership skills, you also give back to everyone around you. You strengthen your relationships, build trust on your team, and grow toward a better future with fresh perspective.
GLS Attenders Have Reported:
Improved Job Satisfaction
Improved Work Quality
CHRIST JOURNEY PRIORITY CODE: GLS22TEAM
Use the priority code of GLS22TEAM for a discounted ticket price of $139 until August 3, 2022.
NOTE: The priority code is only available for Christ Journey Church attenders.
No priority code is needed for a special ticket price of $99. Must indicate at registration either student/faculty to receive the discounted rate.
What to expect
Join your peers for the premier leadership event of the year!
On Thursday-Friday, August 4-5, 2022, join hundreds of thousands of curious, growth-minded, change-driven men and women like you for the premier leadership event of 2022—The Global Leadership Summit.
Whether you attend online or in-person, you will experience two days of rich, high-impact, inspiring sessions, and learn from a diverse faculty who will share their wisdom and practical perspective to support you in your leadership growth.
Take the Next Step!
- Attend The Global Leadership Summit on August 4-5, 2022 at Christ Journey Gables Campus.
- Apply the leadership insights and inspiration into your life and work right away.
- Experience leadership growth and thrive personally and professionally.
When you’re thriving in your greatest potential, you also influence those around you for the better.
Gain insights from a world-class leadership faculty
Experience high-impact sessions to help you forge ahead with clarity of vision and new energy.
Areas of expertise our faculty explores includes: Cultivating Innovation, Building Trust, Maximizing Productivity, Overcoming Fear, Influencing Change, Managing Conflict, Improving Workplace Civility, Casting Vision and so much more!
*Faculty lineup and topics subject to change. Additional faculty and guest artists to be revealed.
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What people are saying
Everyone has the capacity to lead—because everyone has influence.
Whether you’re an executive or a student, 97 years old or 11 years old, you can experience growth when you invest in developing your leadership skills.
“Go to the Summit for your growth, because what you bring back to your company or district is amazing. You're going to be uplifted and reenergized in your role. And we all need that. No matter how good you are, you run out of juice sometimes. What is the Summit? It's 16 hours of your year. You're worth the time. You won't regret it.” – Dr. Lily DeBlieux, Superintendent, Arizona
“The GLS has the audacity to say, I don’t care what you've been told before, but you're a leader and you have influence. Everyday people can be great leaders. The GLS puts people in front of us to remind us of who we are. It reminds us that our leadership matters, wherever we are—what we do and who we are really matters. And then it stretches us to be better.” – Albert Tate, Pastor, Fellowship Church
“The Summit gave me the practical leadership tools I needed to make my vision for my nonprofit a reality. It's one thing to dream. It's another to be able to lead people in the fight.” – Rebecca Bender, CEO & Founder, Elevate Academy
“The Global Leadership Summit is quite arguably the most effective, purpose-filled leadership development experience in the world. I can say, without reservation, the high quality, inspiring content delivered via the Summit has made many people within our organization, better leaders…including me.” – John Venhuizen, President & CEO, Ace Hardware Corp.
“I'm thankful for the Summit helping me realize that I still have a life to lead and people to love. God made my calling clear to me all over again. He granted me a story to tell and not telling it would be a waste. Thanks to God speaking to me through the Summit, I decided to keep sharing my story and being a voice for the vulnerable.” – Tori Petersen, Advocate for Foster Youth