GLS 2017 Chicago Highlights and Feedback
“Last year I took five experienced strategic leaders from outside the church to the GLS in Gerrards Cross. These senior students of leadership described it as the best leaders conference they had attended. This year I am looking for others to discover the GLS as a treasury for leaders. Join me in this.”
Lee Rayfield, Bishop of Swindon, GLS Chicago 2017
It was a great experience and so encouraging to see a mix of religious and secular thinkers sharing their insight for the benefit of all involved.
Ben Evans, Bristol Diocese, GLS Chicago 2017
Each year the GLS offers new ways to think about how you lead in whatever situation you are in – whether it’s business or church. I found I was challenged this year by what sort of leader people may consider me to be and I really enjoyed how many excellent women speakers there were.
Beth Walford, Bishop’s Stortford Baptist Church, GLS Chicago 2017
This Summit drew closer to the heart of Christian Leadership than any other.
Revd Gwyn Owen, Christ The Servant, Stockwood, GLS Chicago 2017
Some conferences are inspiring and I come away feeling very excited but not always sure what to do! GLS was very inspiring but I also have an action plan. Inspiring, intelligent and instructional.
Steve Campbell, Senior Pastor, C3 Cambridge, GLS Chicago 2017
Once again the GLS managed to inspire, encourage and challenge. Wherever and whatever you’re leading there will be something for you, your team and your organisation that will help you become a better leader – don’t miss it!
Simon Kirby, Vicar, St Mary’s Cogges, GLS Chicago 2017
I thought this was an excellent conference. The input was as challenging as it was terrific. Every year the GLS offers something new and stimulating. After many years of visiting the Summit, it proved yet again to be an unmissable event.
Mike Hill, Bishop of Bristol, GLS Chicago 2017