The Global Leadership Summit


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(800) 570-9812. leadershipinfo@willowcreek.org.

Good leaders never stop learning or growing. They continue to step up to the next level gaining new knowledge and sharpening their skills.

That’s why The Leadership Summit convenes each year in August... to help leaders recalibrate, recommit, and renew their passion to lead with all diligence.

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TGLS | Centerpiece of a Leadership Movement
The Global Leadership Summit is a two-day, world-class leadership event experienced by more than 170,000 leaders around the world, representing more than 14,000 churches. It's telecast LIVE from Willow's campus (near Chicago) every August. Throughout the fall, Summit events take place in an additional 300+ cities, 92 countries—and translated into 45 languages. This event is crafted to infuse vision, skill development and inspiration for the sake of local church transformation.
Summit Values | The Non-Negotiables
World-Class, Accessible & Affordable: Getting better as a leader demand intentionality. Each Summit faculty member is carefully selected to deliver intellectually rigorous content in an environment that fosters vigorous thinking and dialogue.
A Culture of Leadership: Everybody has influence and the potential to spark positive change. A culture of Christ-centered leadership can change individual lives, churches, businesses, government, schools and homes. For many leaders, the Summit is the most leadership-infusing annual experience they use to build into their entire congregation.
Unapologetically Christ-Centered: From the very beginning, the primary target of the Summit has been church-focused. Increasingly the Summit attracts Christian leaders from every walk of life. Still, the leadership core in a local church remains the focal point. A culture of Christ-centered leadership can change an entire church, a community…even the world!
Local Ownership, Global Reach: Our host sites and local church leaders are uniquely equipped to reflect Christ to the communities they serve. Whether in a suburb of Los Angeles or a village in Vietnam, local leaders are challenged to elevate their intensity of leadership and adapt the learnings within their cultural context.

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