Greeting from Bill Hybels

Founder of the Global Leadership Summit

Founder of the Global Leadership Summit

I’ve said it for decades now that I believe the local church is the hope of the world!
And yet churches have to be well lead if they are going to reach their redemptive potential.
You never know where you are going to get that one break through idea that could take your leadership and your organization to a whole new level!

Sometimes that one break through idea comes in a book, sometimes it comes through prayer, sometimes it comes in a conversation with another leader.
But often times and I argue, most predictably, it happens when you gather with other leaders and you are talking about the same subject matter.

Leaders usually have their plates full. Sometimes the last person that they tend to make an investment in, is themselves.
Don’t ever be embarrassed as a leader about making an investment in yourself.
In fact quite the opposite because “Everybody wins when you improve as a leader. Sometimes the best way you can bless your church is to make an investment in yourself”

Whether at church, school, business or home, you are leading people and projects every day. You’re leading in a culture that is constantly changing and redefining itself.
Leadership with perseverance, dedication and a commitment to stretch your mind, expand your heart and use your God-given gifts to impact your world in real and powerful ways.

In October you are invited to gather with thousands of leaders across the world for The Global Leadership Summit 2013. This event is designed to challenge you with world-class speakers, interactive dialogue and practical training.
An opportunity awaits. Decide once and for all to sharpen your skills.
Everything depends on it…your family, your church and your business.
The stakes are high. LEAD!

Register today at The Global Leadership Summit

“If it’s the last thing I do, I will give every ounce of the rest of my life to helping leaders and churches get better!

Serving the church through leadership development,
Bill Hybels

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