Leadercast 2017: ‘A Leader Worth Following,’ Returns To Southeast Michigan


This May, Leadercast is returning for its 13 th consecutive year to Southeast Michigan. Leadercast 2017 is a one-day simulcast seminar on May 5 th featuring globally recognized leaders offering their insight, perspective and reflection on how to become “A Leader Worth Following”. Sponsored once again by Dexter United Methodist church, it is an exploration of what can happen when teams and individuals are connected by purpose.

“Purpose is what defines us, drives us and empowers us,” explains event coordinator Dale Klassen.

“Purpose driven leadership creates a strong organizational culture with intentional leadership that inspires extraordinary results.” Leadercast believes in developing the core of the leader first, at all levels of work, believing that work ethics and values grow from there.

The world is always in the market for strong leadership, but Leadercast also acknowledges, “We're human before we're leaders”. As they explain on their website, “We're focused on developing the core of the leader first, believing that the principles that follow will take root, and a Leader Worth Following will be the end result.”

Leadercast 2017 is a world-wide simulcast with an estimated 100,000 participants with global companies such as Coca-Cola and Apple Inc. participating. Leadercast describes their own purpose as existing “to serve individuals and organizations across all sectors who want to become intentional about raising their standard of leadership.”

Leadercast 2017 details:

When: May 5 th , 8:30 AM
Where: Dexter United Methodist Church, 7643 Huron River Dr., Dexter, MI 48130
Meals: Continental breakfast, catered lunch, and afternoon snacks are included in the price.
Price: $79 (Early Bird registration before April 15 th is $69)
Register: For more information or to register for the event, go to www.leadercast.com

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