Join Me at the Chick-fil-A Leadercast 2013

I attend more leadership conferences than anyone I know, especially now that I am speaking professionally. It is simply amazing how many events leaders have to choose from today.

But the Chick-fil-A Leadercast is still my top pick. Perhaps this is because I have hosted the Leadercast Backstage program where I have had the privilege of interviewing all the speakers on video. As a group, they are second to none.

This year, I will be hosting the Main Stage. I can’t wait.

The Chick-fil-A Leadercast will again be held live in Atlanta on May 10, 2013 and simultaneously broadcast to hundreds of locations around the world. In all, more than 140,000 people will attend. In a moment, I will tell you how you can participate.

What makes this event different? Three characteristics:

  1. The diversity and experience of the speakers. This ensures that leaders are exposed to the best ideas from the corporate and faith-based worlds.
  2. Leadership content that deals with both the head and the heart. This insures that leaders are not only taught but engaged and encouraged to put what they learn into practice.
  3. The opportunity to interact with other leaders. There is something powerful about getting together with other like-minded leaders to spend the day focused on how to grow your leadership.

This year’s lineup includes:

  • Jack Welch, former Chairman & CEO of General Electric
  • Andy Stanley, bestselling leadership author and communicator
  • Mike Krzyzewski, head men’s basketball coach, Duke University and Team USA
  • John C. Maxwell, bestselling author and leadership expert
  • Henry Cloud, bestselling author and leadership consultant
  • Rorke Denver, Navy SEAL and star of the 2012 movie Act of Valor
  • Sanya Richards-Ross, 2012 London Olympic gold medalist, track & field
  • 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

You can get a feel for the event by reviewing the Chick-fil-A Leadercast Network.

If you are a business leader, this is great way for you to bring world-class training into your company. If you are a pastor, church staff member, or lay leader, this is a great way for your church to reach the business leaders in your community. You can make your event public or private. It’s your choice.

You can find out more about becoming a host site by clicking here. If you want to attend the event, you can find out more by clicking here or here. Trust me, these kinds of events are even better when you can bring your leadership team with you.

Again, I will be hosting the Main Stage program. I can’t wait to introduce and follow-up with this roster of speakers. I look forward to seeing you there!

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  • http://CorporateCultureRevolution.com/ Bob Winchester

    Good morning Sir! Can’t wait for this event!! It will be great!

    Just a quick note this morning…the event is actually being held on May 10th, 2013. In your post, you’ve got it as May 5th. I didn’t want to confuse anyone…

    In my opinion, having you as the host is the icing on the cake! ;)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for catching that, Bob. I have made the change.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1632600936 Jim Samuel

    You give diversity as the best thing about a leadership conference hosted by a company that is homophobic and anti-Semitic, and endorses legalized discrimination? It’s disappointing to me that many of the people on the speakers list would participate in this event.

  • David Roth

    WorkMatters is excited that you will be hosting! This is our 10th anniversary of hosting the event here in northwest Arkansas. We have been blessed to be the largest site in the world with over 1,600 leaders attending last year. We are a marketplace ministry and the Leadercast serves as a fantastic open door for leaders to be equipped with powerful “secular” content, and also be introduced to the idea of living your faith at work (if that is of interest to the leader).

    We love your work Michael and look forward to “partnering” with you on this great event.

    David

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  • http://www.facebook.com/james.hortonjr.9 James Horton Jr

    I have attended this event for the past three years via simulcast and agree that it is the best one-day leadership event. It provokes a lot of great thinking and I’m thankful that it is so available. (BTW, I think the date is May 10.)

  • http://forthisisthetime.blogspot.com/ Esther Aspling

    That sounds really great. We hare part of a start up church that is intentional with giving back to the community, and I think this is something that would be awesome for our leaders to be a part of. Thanks for the info!

    http://forthisisthetime.blogspot.com/

  • http://cbcpm.net/ Michael Andrzejewski

    Thanks for the post. I’m looking into being an international Leadercast host. If anyone knows how difficult the process is, please let me know. I’ve already sent the initial inquiry and am waiting on them to contact me.
    http://cbcpm.net

  • Andi

    Oh no, I have loved reading your blog and your tips, many have really helped me in my business. But I can not support someone who supports Chick-fil-a, so I have unsubscribed from your newsletter. Peace.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for your concern. I am sorry to see you go. Have you read this article in the Huffington Post by Shave Windmeyer, the executive director of Campus Pride?
      Just for the record I am committed to treating every person with honor, dignity and respect—regardless of their belief, race, creed, sexual orientation, or gender. Thanks.

  • viacarrozza

    I too just unsubscribed! It is our actions that make the difference, not what we say.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for your concern. I am sorry to see you go. Have you read this article in the Huffington Post by Shave Windmeyer, the executive director of Campus Pride?
      Just for the record I am committed to treating every person with honor, dignity and respect—regardless of their belief, race, creed, sexual orientation, or gender. Thanks.

      • http://MainStStark.com Jeff ‘SKI’ Kinsey

        Well said Michael.

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