IWU Hosts Chick-fil-A Leadercast 2013Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Former GE CEO Jack Welch among the many to speak at a one-day simulcast leadership event Hosted by Indiana Wesleyan University on Friday, which will connect business and community leaders in the Marion/Grant County community with some of the most influential leaders in the United States.
Chick-fil-A Leadercast is a leadership event broadcast live from Atlanta, GA. This is the 13th year for the program, hosted in 2013 by author Michael Hyatt and emcee Tripp Cosby.
This year's speakers include:
- Jack Welch: Former Chairman & CEO of General Electri
- Andy Stanley: Best-selling leadership author & communicato
- Mike Krzyzewski: Head men's basketball coach, Duke University and Team USA
- John C. Maxwell: Best-selling author and leadership exper
- Dr. Henry Cloud: Best-selling author and leadership consultant
- LCDR Rorke T. Denver: Navy SEAL and star of the 2012 movie "Act of Valor
- Sanya Richards-Ross: 2012 London Olympic gold medalist, track & fiel
- David Allen: Best-selling author of "Getting Things Done" and productivity expert
- Condoleezza Rice: Secretary of State (2005-2009) (Exclusive Simply Lead video interview with John C. Maxwell)
Chick-fil-A Leadercast is the brainchild of Wesleyan pastor and leadership expert John C. Maxwell, who wanted to create a new kind of leadership conference that could be affordable and available to a wide range of leaders. The event is now produced by GiANT Impact.
The event kicks off at 8:00 a.m. at the Phillippe Performing Arts Center on IWU's residential Marion Campus. The program ends at 4:30. Tickets are $49 and are available through the Marion-Grant County Chamber of Commerce: (765) 664-5107.
For more information, contact the Chamber, or the IWU Alumni Office at 765-677-2110.
Indiana Wesleyan University is an evangelical Christian comprehensive university of The Wesleyan Church committed to liberal arts and professional education. Over 3,000 students are enrolled in traditional programs on the main campus in Marion, Indiana. Nearly 12,500 adult learners study at education centers in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, and online.