- Jul. 22, 2011 - DURHAM, N.C. --
Durham, NC - In a turbulent world where businesses, banks, and even churches are struggling to stay afloat, leaders cannot rely on leadership candy to turn things around and restore vitality to their organizations. The Willow Creek Association turns to leaders in business, education, government, and compassion arenas to guide the way. A world-class faculty presents to 165,000 business and church leaders at The Global Leadership Summit 2011 on August 11-12. And this hard-hitting leadership conference takes place in churches throughout North America, including newhope church in Durham.
The Global Leadership Summit 2011 is an annual concentration of leaders in more than 450 cities around the world. Originating at Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Ill, the Global Leadership Summit will be transmitted live via satellite to 185 locations throughout the US on August 11-12, and videocast to more than 270 cities internationally in the fall.
Other speakers include:
- Dr. Henry Cloud—Clinical psychologist, leadership consultant, and best-selling author.
- Len Schlesinger—
President, Babson College, Harvard professor, former vice-chair, Limited Brands.
- Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil—Founder and President Salter McNeil & Associates, a Chicago-based leadership development organization.
Find a complete list of speakers, and information about local satellite sites for The Global Leadership Summit 2011 on our website at www.willowcreek/
summit or call 919-206-4673. The Willow Creek Association (WCA), host of the annual Global Leadership Summit, is a growing multi-denominational worldwide network that serves more than 12,000 churches from 90 denominations and 50 countries. The not-for-profit WCA equips churches and church leaders with strategic vision, training, and resources.
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Contemporary Christian Church with 9-year-old congregation and 2 campuses, in Durham and Garner, NC, named 10th fastest growing church in America by recent survey published in Outreach Magazine. Attendance around 2,500. Pastored by Dr. Benji Kelley.Photo: