“One of the wonderful things in this year’s speaker line up was the diversity,” said HumeRidge Communications Pastor Natalie Roy. “From the very start Bill Hybels challenged everyone to consider the legacy we are leaving. As a leader we should build into lives today with a future goal in mind.”
CEO of General Electric Jeffrey Immelt shared some of the tough decisions leaders have to make including helping people leave well.
Don Flow, CEO and Chairman, Flow Companies, spoke on how faith impacts his business decisions as he respectfully serves his employees and clients.
Allen Catherine Kagina gave testimony of working diligently to bring change in the Ugandan public service.
Susan Cain spoke of the importance in recognising introverts and the positive impact they can have.
“Still others shared and we were continually inspired to grow and develop for the benefit of our churches, organisations, communities and beyond,” said Ps. Natalie.
“One of the great things about the Global Leadership Summit is you don’t have to be a ‘leader’ to benefit,” she said. “There is a message for everyone from students to business people, stay-at-home parents to retirees, tradespeople to pastors. Wherever you are on life’s journey the Global Leadership Summit can help you become the person God desires you to be.”
Next year, the 2015 Global Leadership Summit at HumeRidge will take place on Friday 9th October & Saturday 10th October.
Registrations are now open at the special rate of $119.
To register, visit www.willowcreek.org.au