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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 takes 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.

On August 11-12, 2017 you're invited to gather with thousands of leaders across North America for The Global Leadership Summit.

Commit now to be a part of this annual event designed to stretch and challenge you with world-class speakers, interactive dialogue and practical training. We are pleased to host The Global Leadership Summit 2017.


2017 Registration is now open!

ALC Attendees

If you attend ALC and would like to register for The Global Leadership Summit, please use the link below to register. You will need to enter the priority code given to you at church.

 

All Other Guests

Choose this button if you do not attend Abundant Life Church and would like to register to attend The Global Leadership Summit at this site. Please enter your own church/organization information on the registration page and not the host site’s information.



2017 GLS Speakers

Bill Hybels Founder & Senior Pastor, Willow Creek Community Church

Bill Hybels

Founder & Senior Pastor, Willow Creek Community Church

Laszlo Bock Senior Advisor at Google; Best-selling Author

Laszlo Bock

Senior Advisor at Google; Best-selling Author

Angela Duckworth Professor, University of Pennsylvania; Best-selling Author

Angela Duckworth

Professor, University of Pennsylvania; Best-selling Author

Bryan Stevenson Founder & Executive Director, Equal Justice Initiative

Bryan Stevenson

Founder & Executive Director, Equal Justice Initiative

Marcus Buckingham Best-selling Author; Founder, The Marcus Buckingham Company

Marcus Buckingham

Best-selling Author; Founder, The Marcus Buckingham Company

 
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Full line-up to be announced in March


Everyone wins when leaders get better.
— Bill Hybels