March 23, 2013
Elizabeth City, NC – Community business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of
world-renowned leaders by attending Chick-fil-A® Leadercast® at Mid-Atlantic Christian Universityin Elizabeth City on May 10, 2013.
Chick-fil-A® Leadercast® is a one-day leader development event broadcast LIVE from Atlanta, Ga.to hundreds of sites throughout the nation, including Elizabeth City. Speakers for this year’s eventinclude:
Last year, over 100,000 leaders from 14 countries attended Chick-fil-A ® Leadercast®. In its 14thyear, this full day, experiential conference is predicted to reach its largest audience to date.
“It is one of the single most consolidated sources of leadership that I know of,” said Dr. ClayPerkins, President of Mid-Atlantic Christian University. “But it goes beyond that. I think thisconference, although very focused on leadership, transcends the topic and really shows you how tolead in life.”
This year the program will focus on the idea of simply leading. Our lives are full of things that wethink will grow our businesses and increase our influence. What if there was potential impact insimplifying our lives so that our leadership could thrive? Leading in a complex world requiressimplicity to cut through the clutter. This diverse group of internationally-acclaimed authors,leadership experts and practitioners will share insights to help leaders learn how to Simply Lead.
For more information about Chick-fil-A® Leadercast®, visit www.chick-fil-aleadercast.com. Forlocal ticketing information, call Dan Smith 334-2058 or visit http://leadercast.macuniversity.edu/When purchasing, use the discount code MACU to receive a $14 per ticket discount.
Mid-Atlantic Christian University is accredited by The Commission on Colleges of the SouthernAssociation of Colleges and Schools (COC-SACS) to award certificates, associate, and baccalaureatedegrees.
|Mid-Atlantic Christian University, a private, faith based, four year college is committed to equality of educational opportunity and will not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, age, disability, or prior military service. Federal guidelines (Sections 702-703 of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act) clearly recognize the right of church related institutions to seek personnel who will support the goals of the institution. Being a student or employee at Mid-Atlantic Christian University requires a commitment and lifestyle consistent with the institution's mission and values.||
Media ContactDan Smith