World-renowned leaders to be featured at Leadercast Kamloops

KAMLOOPS - Community and business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of world-renowned leaders by attending Leadercast Kamloops at the Coast Kamloops Conference Centre Theatre on May 8, 2015.

The Leadercast event is broadcast live from Atlanta, GA to hundreds of sites around the world, including Kamloops. This year’s speaker lineup includes:

 - Andy Stanley - Leadership author and communicator
 - Malala Yousafzai - Nobel Laureate; Founder, The Malala Fund
 - Ed Catmull - President of Pixar & Disney Animation Studios
 - Seth Godin - Best-selling Author
 - Rudy Giuliani - 107th Mayor of New York City (1993-2001)
 - Aja Brown - Mayor, City of Compton
 - Bill McDermott - CEO of SAP AG
 - CMDR Rorke Denver - Navy SEAL Commander & Author
 - Bill & Giuliana Rancic - Award-Winning personalities & co-hosts of Leadercast
 - And more!

Last year, over 130,000 leaders from 35 countries attended Leadercast. Now in its 16th year, this full day, experiential conference is on track to reach its largest audience to date.

“We are thrilled to bring Leadercast to Kamloops,” stated Deb McClelland, Executive Director at the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce. “Although very focused on leadership, this conference goes beyond the topic and really shows you how to lead in life.”  

The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present this event along with Canadian Western Bank, Premier sponsor of Leadercast Kamloops.

Leadercast exists to positively change the way the world thinks about leadership. This year’s theme—The Brave Ones — challenges leaders to lead with a sense of bravery,  possessing a posture of unrelenting boldness. Bring your friends or team members to experience Leadercast and discover what it means to be a leader worth following.
?For more information about Leadercast, or to register, visit www.kamloopschamber.ca/leadercast or call 250-372-7722.

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