The Global Leadership Summit is today and tomorrow. For those who aren’t familiar with it, here’s a brief description:
The Global Leadership Summit is a two-day, world-class leadership event experienced by more than 170,000 leaders around the world, representing 14,000 churches. This event is crafted to infuse vision, skill development and inspiration for the sake of the local church.
Speakers this year include Susan Cain (author of the great book The Power of Introverts), Jeffrey Immelt (president and CEO of GE), Patrick Lencioni, Carly Fiorina, Louie Giglio, Bill Hybels, and more.
This is the Summit’s twentieth year — a great milestone. I’m excited for the Summit every year because Bill Hybels and the Summit leaders actually understand leadership. Their thinking is in line with the best contemporary research and studies on leadership, and the Scriptures. This is, unfortunately, sometimes a rare thing in the church today.
So, it would be worth your while to follow along with the Summit online these next two days. Here are three chief ways to follow the Summit:
Through those avenues you’ll also find links throughout the day to posts by some of the blogging team for the Summit, which are always a highlight.
I’ll also try to post a few thoughts or quotes if I can.