Global Leadership Summit to being on 16th
KOHIMA, OCTOBER 13
The second Global Leadership Summit (GLS) is scheduled from October 16-17 at Union Baptist Church, Kohima.
The two-day event is being organized by the UBC, Kohima, with the desire to help leaders in Kohima experience world class leadership here in our own city.
Innovative leaders who are positively impacting the world in a big way will be addressing this year’s summit.
This was informed by Rev. Dr. Rachülie Vihienuo, director, GLS organizing committee 2015, at a press conference held this afternoon at UBC conference hall.
The speakers for the summit are, Jim Collins, acclaimed business thinker and bestselling author, Sheila Heen, founder, Triad Consulting Group & faculty, Harvard Law School, Horst Schulze, chairman and CEO Capella Hotel Group, founding president and former COO, The Ritz-Carlton Group, Liz Wiseman, president, The Wiseman Group and bestselling author, Sam Adeyemi, founder and senior pastor of Daystar Christian Center, Nigeria, Albert Tate, founder & senior pastor, Fellowship Monrovia California, Brian Houston, founder & global senior pastor, Hillsong Church, Craig Groeschel, founder & senior pastor, Life Church TV and Bill Hybels, senior pastor, Willow Creek Community Church.
Informing about the speakers, Rev Vihienuo said that all of them are from different backgrounds who have been positively impacting the world in a big way. He informed that the speakers would be presented via Video-Cast on a giant screen, but added that “the experience will be very real.”
“GLS survey worldwide has shown that the summit held via video-cast have been much more impactful than the live summit in the USA,” Vihienuo said.
While inviting everyone to be part of the summit, Vihienuo impressed upon the participants saying “come and fuel your passion and sharpen your leadership skills in order to help your organization, government, business, or church thrive.” He added “This is an opportunity for you and your team to learn incredible insight from the speakers.”
The director of the organizing committee observed that “Nagas need to keep sharpening our skills, because excellence is missing in many persons.”
For the participants, the organizers will charge an amount of Rs. 400 as registration fee, inclusive with conference materials, lunch and refreshments. Both the days will have four sessions each, with the first session to begin at 9 am and the last session to conclude at 4 pm on both days.
The registration on day-one will commence at 8 a.m. Unlike last year, registration will be made open even on day-two.
This has been arranged understanding the convenience of the participants, the organizers informed.
The two-day event will also witness special performances from Symphony School of Music, Zaza and Kohima Euphony Choir.
The GLS is an initiative of Willow Creek Community Church, USA. Started 21 years ago, today GLS has become a global movement impacting 2,60,000 leaders, 105 countries around the world.
The press conference was also attended by other organizing committee members, Apem Raman, marketing coordinator, Visato Yhoshü, producer and Khris Rio, Hospitality coordinator.
For further details, one may contact 9612775573/ 9856071649.