The 2018 Pastors & Leadership Conference aspires to make an ‘Effort 2 Impact’ for faith and business leaders
BISHOP T.D. JAKES HOSTS 17th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL PASTORS & LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE IN DALLAS
Leaders convene to discuss impactful global strategies and weigh-in on narratives affecting emerging leaders and trailblazers during three-day assembling
Bishop T.D. Jakes, thought-leader and New York Times best-selling author of SOAR, is assembling both national and global leaders for the 2018 International Pastors & Leadership Conference held April 17 – April 21 at The Potter’s House where he serves as senior pastor.
Join us live NOW with Bishop Jakes and Special Guests for this year’s International Pastors and Leadership Conference. Stay tuned in as we also reveal our mystery guest! You don’t want to miss this!…
The International Pastors & Leadership conference serves as a training ground that hosts thousands of cross-denominational and cross-cultural faith leaders with the goal of helping them transform ministries and strengthen organizational infrastructures for service in an increasingly complex society. For nearly two decades, established and aspiring faith leaders have come from nearly every continent to hear from some of the world’s most knowledgeable leaders to learn how to grow their ministries.
This year, 2018 conference attendees can expect exposure to fan-favorite Global Think Tanks and breakout sessions that address issues increasingly at the forefront of business, political and cultural conversation like: Social Entrepreneurship, Sexual Misconduct, Technology, and Executive Leadership.
The 2018 International Pastors & Leadership conference theme is “Effort to Impact” – signaling a concentration on the core of organizational frameworks that help create wide-reaching initiatives.
“We have leaders from virtually every corner of the world coming together to learn and exchange ideas,” said Bishop Jakes. “Leaders will leave motivated and equipped with new strategies to strengthen those behind-the-scene aspects of the organization that often keep leaders from meeting their KPIs.”
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