GLS Swaziland 2017

Category: Events, Leadership Post Date: November 8, 2017

GLS Swaziland 2017

Everyone has INFLUENCE! You have INFLUENCE and when you INFLUENCE better the whole community gets better!
The Global Leadership Summit is a 2 day World-Class Leadership Training Event. The GLS is held in 128 countries and in 60 different languages. It was held in Swaziland for the 3rd time last year on the 8th & 9th November 2017 at Potter’s Wheel Auditorium in Emafini, Swaziland.

Your INFLUENCE Matters!

  • Leverage the skills you learn at the Summit to grow your leadership and transform your community.
  • Hear a world class faculty featuring diverse perspectives and backgrounds.
  • Gain a unique blend of vision, inspiration and practical skills you can immediately apply.

Reasons to attend the GLS Swaziland

1.) Stretch Your Thinking

A diverse lineup of speakers brought to you via video-cast on large screen. Live compelling artistic elements. Intellectually rigorous content guaranteed to stretch your thinking.

2.) Lead Where You Are

Empowered to lead; whether leaders from business, government, education, non-profits and any other sphere of influence. Annual, Affordable and Accessible for your entire team.

3.) Fuel Your Passion

World-wide movement to fuel your passion and sharpen your leadership skills. Facilitated process time to help you turn good intentions into positive action.

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GLS History

Founded in 1992, Willow Creek Association (WCA) is the organisation behind The Global Leadership Summit. Willow Creek hosts the Summit in Chicago every August, hosting some of the top speakers in the field of leadership.

Independent Market Researched showed these statistics for leaders who attended GLS:

  • Teamwork – 83% Attendees feel improved teamwork, increased job satisfaction and productivity.
  • Effectiveness – 61% Attendees say their organization is more effective because of clearer vision.
  • Significance – 87% Attendees feel a greater sense of significance and satisfaction.
  • Better Leaders – 81% Attendees cite concrete ways their supervisor has become a better leader.