An­nu­al Sum­mit to ta­ke place in No­vem­ber

Graaff-Reinet Advertiser - - Letters | Briewe -

The Ka­roo Com­mu­ni­ty Church is a­gain hos­ting the an­nu­al e­di­ti­on of the Glo­bal Le­a­ders­hip Sum­mit (GLS) he­re in Graaff­rei­net, on F­ri­day and Sa­tur­day, 2 and 3 No­vem­ber.

The Glo­bal Le­a­ders­hip Sum­mit (GLS), is a 2-day le­a­ders­hip e­vent that ta­kes place an­nu­al­ly in Au­gust at Wil­low C­reek Com­mu­ni­ty Church's cam­pus in C­hi­ca­go.

Foun­ded in 1992, Wil­low C­reek As­so­ci­a­ti­on (WCA) is the or­ga­ni­za­ti­on be­hind The Glo­bal Le­a­ders­hip Sum­mit. They ser­ve pi­o­neer­ing pas­tors and le­a­ders a­round the wor­ld by cu­ra­ting in­spi­ra­ti­o­nal le­a­ders­hip, in­ten­ti­o­nal skill de­ve­lop­ment and ex­pe­rien­ces that help lo­cal chur­ches and bu­si­nes­ses thri­ve. In the mont­hs fol­lo­wing, the Sum­mit mo­ves in­to +1 375 si­tes in 128 coun­tries (60 lan­gua­ges) a­cross the glo­be via vi­de­o­cast, re­a­ching ap­prox­i­ma­te­ly 500 000 le­a­ders. Each y­e­ar, this e­vent fe­a­tu­res ex­perts in the a­re­na of le­a­ders­hip in lec­tu­re and in­ter­view for­mats. This is a tru­ly u­ni­que and very spe­ci­al e­vent w­he­re pe­op­le in le­a­ders­hip/ ma­na­ge­ment, as­pi­ring le­a­ders and e­ven tho­se who a­ren't, young and old a­li­ke, can enga­ge with wor­l­d­class spea­kers on a va­ri­e­ty of to­pi­cs that can ser­ve to e­quip, chal­len­ge and in­spi­re.

To en­coura­ge gro­wth and acces­si­bi­li­ty to wor­l­d­class le­a­ders­hip in­put, WCSA of­fer a spe­ci­al ra­te of R440.00 for this Sum­mit. In­clu­ded in this cost are 2 Lun­ches and all Te­as. (Stu­dents: R400 and S­cho­lars: R 350.)

Ple­a­se no­te that book­ing for the e­vent can on­ly be do­ne online at www.wil­low­sa­on­li­ne. co.za.

If you need any as­sis­tan­ce with re­gis­tra­ti­on or re­qui­re any furt­her in­for­ma­ti­on, ple­a­se con­tact Ri­chard B­rem­ner at 083 778 7639 or via e-mail: gls­graaff­rei­net@ gmail.com. The Graaff-rei­net e­vent will be li­mi­ted to 250 se­ats, so ple­a­se don't de­lay in book­ing your se­at!

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