World Top Leadership Experts to Speak in Shenzhen Church in Dec.
By Yetta Yao, October 14, 2017 02:10 AM
Thirteen of the world's top leadership experts will speak at the 2017 Innovative Leadership Forum (Shenzhen, China) at Shenzhen Lord Abundance Church.
They will explore cutting-edge universal issues about leadership from December 8 to 9. An evening symposium will also take place on December 9.
The speakers will include Bill Hybels, creator of the Global Leadership Summit and author of over twenty best-sellers, Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and author of the best-seller Lean In, Marcus Buckingham, a leader in advantage performance and involvement, Juliet Funt，CEO of Whitespace at work, and Immaculee Ilibagiza, New York Times bestselling author.
Gary Haugen, founder, CEO, and former President of International Justice Mission, Angela Duckworth Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and a best-selling author, Fredrik Härén, an expert in business creativity and a best-selling author, and Andy Stanley, a leadership writer, speaker, and pastor will also give lectures.
In addition, three outstanding entrepreneurs will form a temporary expert team.
The forum will be for CEOs, executives, industry leaders, and pastors.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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