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Norfolk churches invited to Global Leadership Summit

The Global Leadership Summit is a videocast event hosted by Lighthouse Church and Norwich Youth for Christ on November 14 and 15. Speakers include Bear Grylls, Krish Kandiah, Craig Groeschel, Patrick Lencioni and many more. 

How many leadership training events do you get to in a year? It can be hard to find something applicable to your role without it being high cost and/or long distance. Yet finding an opportunity to have leadership input, a fresh perspective and some reflection time is invaluable.
What about if we suggested something that would mean you:

  • Get a unique blend of inspiration and skills you can immediately apply
  • Learn from speakers representing multiple sectors and backgrounds
  • Network with like-minded influencers in your community
  • Wouldn’t have to travel beyond Norfolk and wouldn’t break the bank!

The Global Leadership Summit is a videocast event that we are hosting on 14th and 15th November 2019 at Drayton Hall, Norwich, NR8 6DP. Over the years, our team have personally benefited from this event and so we endorse it from a place of our own experience. Check out the line up for this year! No matter your sphere of influence—in your family, school, work or church— you are invited to join an expected 405,000 people at the Global Leadership Summit for two days of world-class leadership training.

You can come for both days or just one day, but remember, the earlier you book the cheaper it is!
Got any questions? Feel free to email Nick at or call him on 01603 620678 

Event details

November 14 and 15
Drayton Hall, Norwich, (NR8 6DP)

Book your ticket here:

Click here to download a brochure


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