Extreme Leadership Summit 2014
Friday, April 11, 2014 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 4:30 PM (CDT)
"Leadership" has become a pop culture buzzword. But true leadership doesn't come from a snappy vocabulary, the books on your shelf, or your spot on the org chart. Leadership is intensely personal, intrinsically scary, and it requires us to live up to and beyond the point of fear—every single day.
Steve Farber, founder of The Extreme Leadership Institute and best-selling author of The Radical Leap, The Radical Edge, The Radical Leap Re-Energized and Greater Than Yourself, invites you to three days that will transform your leadership skills, refocus your vision and mission, and revitalize your life purpose.
The Extreme Leadership Summit is your exclusive opportunity to work directly with Steve and a team of prominent thought-leaders and innovators – including Darren Hardy, Janet Attwood, Phil Town, Pamela Slim, and Jay Jay French – whose insights and perspectives make up the core of Extreme Leadership: changing the world for the better.
Join us April 11-13, 2014 in Chicago as we re-think leadership, stoke the fires of your business, amplify the joy and meaning in your life, and change the world around you for the better—all at the same time.
Our team will lead you through an up-close-and-personal Extreme Leadership experience. This highly interactive program with a focus on application to your current (and future) life and work.
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Join us for this truly unique experience, and become a member of this ever-growing community of Extreme Leaders.
Stoke Your Business. Amp Your Life. Change the World.
We are the exclusive provider of consulting, and learning & development services related to best-selling author, Steve Farber's, Extreme Leadership frameworks.
We do what we love in the service of people who love what we do. We aspire to Cultivate Love, Generate Energy, Inspire Audacity, and Provide Proof in everything we do and in every relationship we have. We understand that's a tall order, but anything less would be unworthy of the name, "Extreme Leadership."