Board Chair of Global Leadership Network New Zealand, Naomi Cowan, is excited about the upcoming GLS One Day Online Experience

"Invest in your leadership and join hundreds of thousands of curious, growth-minded, change-driven women and men like you for the premier leadership event of 2021—The Global Leadership Summit. You will experience rich, high-impact, inspiring sessions, and learn from a diverse faculty who will share their wisdom and practical perspective to support you in your leadership growth.
Join us on Thursday 11 November from 8:30am-5pm for our GLS 21 One Day Online Experience.
Topics this year look at intentionally investing in our leadership together as we explore leading through pain, uncertainty and chaos; becoming a bridge-builder and leading with civility."


Baptist leaders recommend

Arnie Hall, Lead Pastor, Manukau City Baptist Church: 

“Wow we need something like this right now! I’m looking forward to our whole staff team attending and getting some great input in the midst of such a draining, demanding and unusual time! Bring it on!”

Craig Vernall, Senior Pastor, Bethlehem Baptist Church:

“Living in your bubble is common language for all of us today. Church life can easily find us living in a bubble of familiarity with the thinking and rhythms of the week and year.
That’s why we’ve always made it a priority to sign up for the annual Global Leadership Summit. The GLS consistently provides on point insights and accurate reflection on the world the church is called to serve. To this end, the experience and integrity of the key speakers carries genuine wisdom and practical applications that can apply to the health of the church and it’s mission.
If you can get a team together to experience this event online you’ll be rewarded with lots of accurate conversations about how your church life can break out of its bubble.
God has his people serving, learning and growing all around the world. So lean into what they can teach you at this years’ GLS.”


Register today at globalleadership.org.nz/gls2021

Contributor: Naomi Cowan

Board Chair, Global Leadership Network New Zealand. CEO, Equip, Windsor Park Baptist Church.

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