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LEADwell is a monthly conversation to enhance your influence in every area of your life.
February’s theme is CONNECTING.
The most difficult thing about communication is the ILLUSION that it happened - so how can we go beyond communicating - to CONNECT in our career, relationships, and life?
Valentine’s Day is all about connection - and we’ll show you how to connect with those non-romantic relationships in your life. Your work, your community, even your acquaintances.
During our conversation you'll discover:
- 5 simple actions you can take to connect with the important people in your life.
- How to apply the Law of Connection to open previously closed doors in your life
- How to Jumpstart your connection plan
Join us - not just to hear a short video from a thought leader like Simon Sinek & John Maxwell - but to join in the conversation about your growth.
LEADwell is a monthly performance conversation that happens the last Saturday of the month on the 2nd Floor of The Well Marketplace.
Why Attend LEADwell?
Nathan Eckel is the host of Live2Lead Brandywine, part of Delaware Innovation Week 2016. He has been a delegate to transformation initiatives in Guatemala, Paraguay and Tanzania in addition to serving Delaware the past 5 years as a founding member of the John Maxwell Team.
Every month we watch *one* 5 minute video from a leadership expert such as:
Which Speakers Will Be In the Room?
Nathan hosts the event and includes a short video from a leadership expert.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The Well has ample parking onsite on a Saturday morning.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email the organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nathan Eckel is a founding member of the John Maxwell Team, author of Leadership Lessons From Guatemala, and past president of ATD Philadelphia. He has trained leaders on three continents and partners with local organizations to bring transformational change back to Delaware.