Post by Lori Hermann, Executive Producer, WCA and The Global Leadership Summit
This week, I’ve been reviewing the video segments we’ve been preparing for The National Leaders Webcast coming up next Wednesday on April 10th. We are going to be changing things up a bit. It’s unlike anything we’ve done before and I’m so excited for everyone to see it!
You will benefit exponentially from the Summit, so here are 3 reasons you absolutely should not miss this webcast!
1) Get better at negotiating conflict – You may not think you negotiate much, but negotiating is the act of back and forth communication trying to reach agreement. How many times a day are you doing that? During this webcast, you’ll hear from William Ury, master negotiator and author of the world-side best-seller “Getting to Yes” as he talks about what prevents us from negotiating well. He also shares 4 specific skills we need to get good at it.
2) See how God works to transform lives – I don’t know about you, but I’m always amazed and humbled to see what God prompts people to do. You’ll experience two stories of leaders who have been inspired to make bold steps of faith to make significant impact from their corner of the world.
3) Meet The Global Leadership Summit speakers for 2013 – Our Summit team prays for and works year-round to put together a world-class faculty from church and business worlds to craft an experience that helps leaders grow in a multitude of areas including culture, influence, conflict, and more. Get to know the background of each speaker and what we are asking them to deliver at this year’s event.
The National Leaders Webcast includes practical tools for you and your team to get better as a leader, but it also delivers the story of how The Global Leadership Summit is a tool in God’s hand. It’s a tool to inspire every leader to make a kingdom impact. We look forward to see how God uses it again this year and it starting now.
Lori Hermann is the Executive Director of Content Development for Willow Creek Association and Executive Producer of The Global Leadership Summit. She is living in her sweet spot doing what she loves to do and is passionate about creativity. She is also a lover of stories in the form of movies, books, photos and people. Follow her on Twitter @LoriHermann