Become the leader you’ve always strived to be. Join Highlands College for Impact Leadership Conference, A Master Class in Resilience, A Virtual Event, on Wednesday, December 2. This year’s event will be gifted free of charge to leaders from every context and community. Read on for event details. Already know you want to attend? Register here.
Leading with Resiliency
There’s no doubt that 2020 will go down as one of the most trying years ever. With a never-ending stream of personal and professional challenges, we have all jumped through hoops we never thought we’d have to. In a word, we have been resilient.
But, in times of hardship, some positives do emerge, such as:
While this year’s Impact Leadership Conference is virtual, Highlands College has yet again invited some of the world’s top experts to discuss the one thing we’ve all had to strive to be during 2020—resilient leaders.
- What: Virtual Impact Leadership Conference, A Master Class in Resilience
- When: Wednesday, December 2 from 9AM-Noon
- Price: FREE
Who exactly is Highlands College?
There’s a good chance you’ve heard of Church of the Highlands, the life-growing church that meets in multiple locations throughout Central Alabama and parts of Georgia. Well, say hello to its biblical higher education institution, Highlands College.
Through a dynamic and experienced group of leaders, instructors and advisors, the Institution focuses on:
- Academic Instruction
- Ministry Training
- Character Formation
- Spiritual Growth
An Exceptional List of Speakers
The most exciting part of the Impact Leadership Conference is that you’ll have the chance to learn directly from top leadership experts. There’s no denying this year’s list of speakers is impressive. Here’s a look:
Hosting the conference will be Lauren Sisler, two-time national and award-winning sports broadcaster from ESPN and SEC Network.
John C. Maxwell
John C. Maxwell is a No. 1 New York Times bestselling author, coach and speaker. He has also been identified as the No. 1 leader in business by the American Management Association and the world’s most influential leadership expert by Business Insider and Inc. Magazine.
Through his many organizations, Maxwell has trained millions of leaders from every nation in the world.
Former President and Chief Executive Officer of The Ford Motor Company, Alan Mulally led Ford’s transformation into one of the world’s leading automobile companies and the No. 1 automobile brand in the United States.
Prior to joining Ford, Mulally served The Boeing Company for 37 years as Executive Vice President and President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes and of Boeing Information, Space and Defense Systems. His work led to them being the No. 1 commercial airplane company and aerospace company in the world.
Bonnie St. John
Despite having her right leg amputated at age 5, Bonnie St. John became the first African American ever to win medals in Winter Olympic competition. Along with being a Paralympic athlete, she is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, television and radio personality, business owner and Fortune 500 leadership consultant.
As President of Highlands College, Mark Pettus educates, equips and empowers the next generation of leaders. Through his work at Highlands College, he has helped build a place where students and adults alike can prepare for a life of eternal impact.
Founder and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands, Chris Hodges has a deep passion for developing leaders and planting life-giving churches. In 2011, he co-founded Association of Related Churches (ARC), which has hundreds of churches across the U.S.
Learn more about the speakers taking part in the Impact Leadership Conference on Wednesday, December 2.
A Look at the Agenda
Now that you’ve learned of the many exceptional speakers participating in the Virtual Impact Leadership Conference, A Master Class in Resilience, here’s a look at what’s on the agenda for Wednesday, December 2:
Courageous Humility: Leading with Resiliency in These Challenging Times:
Bonnie St. John, winner of the 2017 John C. Maxwell Transformational Leadership Award, opens the conference with a lesson on how leaders can push through their own limitations to achieve peak performance.
A Conversation on Resilience with Alan Mulally + Bonnie St. John
Watch Bonnie St. John interview Alan Mulally, one of the most resilient leaders of our time.
Leading Courageously Through Instability with John C. Maxwell, Chris Hodges + Mark Pettus
Discover what it means to lead courageously through instability during a discussion with John C. Maxwell, Chris Hodges and Mark Pettus.
Register now and join the conference virtually on Wednesday, December 2 from 9AM-Noon.
Register Now for an Incredible Experience
Exceptional speakers and leaders and a change to learn from them? Sounds like an incredible experience. Enjoy this free gift from Highlands College. Register now for the Virtual Impact Leadership Conference, A Master Class in Resilience taking place Wednesday, December 2 from 9AM-Noon.
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