Gain Clarity and Move Forward

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Why the GLS?


If you’ve lost momentum in the past year, you’re not alone. Leadership is hard at the best of times—and these are far from the best of times. We’re probably in the most challenging days of our lifetime:

•  People need to find a way forward to help themselves and others

•  Families need to regroup and rediscover hope amidst so much loss

•  Churches need to rebuild community to get back on mission

•  Businesses need to re-engage employees to improve performance

•  Charities need to mobilise volunteers to meet increasing need

Everywhere we look, we see the need for great leadership.

That’s why we invite you to access the Global Leadership Summit, to help you gain clarity and move forward in this critical moment.



For more than 25 years, the GLS has delivered leadership insights with attendees reporting positive outcomes.*

*Based on independent research by Excellence in Giving.


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What Can You Expect?


At GLS21 you will experience a day of rich, inspiring sessions to support your leadership growth:

  • Practical learning from a diverse line up of world-class speakers
  • A digital notebook resource with session summaries and process tools
  • 24/7 On-demand access

Beyond this, your GLS21 ticket is packed with over £250 extra value including FREE access to more GLS online learning, RightNowMedia’s vast online library, book summaries, and seven “lunchtime learning” GLS webinars (from Jan to July).  See more information below.


“An absolutely phenomenal and inspiring day! I was laughing and crying at the same time. With lots of learning and challenge which if followed through by action will transform not only my leadership influence, but my life! CANNOT WAIT FOR GLS2022!”
Shirley Cox, GLS21



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Speakers & Topics




The demands of leadership right now may be driving you online for solutions. Type in Google and you’re faced with a million possible choices. How do you find the one you need?

We’ve taken this into account and selected talks to empower you in your leadership specifically for this time. You’ll process the content at your own pace. You’ll be equipped with the tools to implement next steps. And you’ll feel stronger in your ability to lead forward.

Session Previews




Expanding Your Leadership Capacity

Founder & Senior Pastor, Life.Church; Best-Selling Author; Champion of the GLS

There is one thing that all leaders have in common—complex problems! The longer you lead the more complex and difficult the problems can become to solve.

There comes a point in your leadership when you must grow and change in order to move your organisation forward, reach more people and have a greater impact.

In this talk, Craig Groeschel will be asking you to consider three questions to help you grow in your capacity to lead through the pain and uncertainty that challenges bring. You may experience some discomfort now, but it will help produce growth and health in the future.

Globally recognised as a leader of leaders, Craig Groeschel is the founder and senior pastor of Life.Church, rated the #1 place to work in 2020 for small and mid-size companies by Glassdoor.

Known for their missional approach to leveraging the latest technology, Life.Church is the innovative creator of the YouVersion Bible App—downloaded in every country worldwide. In 2020, Life.Church provided free tools to thousands of churches who quickly transitioned to a virtual church experience in the wake of the global health pandemic.

Traveling the world as a champion of The Global Leadership Summit, Groeschel advocates for building leaders in every sector of society. He is also the host of the top-ranked Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast. A New York Times best-selling author, his latest book is Winning the War in Your Mind: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life.


A Minute to Think

CEO & Founder, WhiteSpace at Work

Never before in professional history have burnt out teams needed to just take a minute—a minute of “time with no assignment” to think, breathe, ponder, plan and create.

As the return to a physical workspace plays out, there is good news. We have a spectacular opportunity to ‘hit refresh’ and design a work culture that serves us better than ever before, with thoughtful time as part of the recipe.

In this talk, efficiency expert Juliet Funt will help you apply four time-tested ways you and your team can reclaim these vital minutes in your work and life.

Juliet Funt is the CEO and founder of WhiteSpace at Work, a training and consulting firm helping organisations, their leaders and employees reclaim their creativity, productivity and engagement. With thought-provoking insights and actionable tools, she has become a globally-recognised expert in helping leaders cope with the “age of overload” in which we all live and work.

A warrior against reactive busyness and a force for change in organisations around the world, Funt teaches a streamlined method for personal process improvement that reduces complexity in the workplace. Teams that incorporate a WhiteSpace mindset and skill set increase creativity and engagement, reclaim lost capacity and execute at their finest.

Her clients include a number of Fortune 100 companies and span a wide array of industries, from financial services to technology, manufacturing to the military. Funt’s new book, A Minute to Think, releases at the 2021 Summit.


Carla Harris - GLS21 Speaker

Leadership Short | Being an Inclusive Leader

Vice Chairman, Managing Director and Senior Client Advisor, Morgan Stanley

Many leaders understand intellectually what it means to be inclusive, but behind closed doors still struggle with how to make this a reality.

How can each team member feel ownership and engagement in a way that energises everyone towards the goal.

In this leadership short, Carla Harris shares a specific way she has created this kind of culture, and how it benefits the team in the long term.

One of the most influential women on Wall Street, Carla Harris was named to Fortune magazine’s list of “The 50 Most Powerful Black Executives in Corporate America,” Fortune’s “Most Influential List” and Black Enterprise’s “Top 75 Most Powerful Women in Business.”

She is actively involved in her community and is a member of the board of overseers of Harvard University and of the board of directors of the Walmart Corporation.

Harris is the author of Expect to Win and Strategize to Win.


Charles Duhigg - GLS21 Speaker

Leadership Short | The Power of Habit

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Investigative Reporter

Are the values of your organisation making a difference? 

Based on his research, Charles Duhigg suggests you can transform your organisation by focusing on ‘keystone’ habits linked to your values.

When you do, it could set off a chain reaction that will unify your community, improve performance, return better results and change lives.

Join Charles and learn how you can lead transformation where you are through the power of habit.  

Duhigg is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter. In addition to his reporting, Charles Duhigg is a regular contributor to television and radio, including the Newshour with Jim Lehrer, Frontline, Dr. Oz and various programs on CNBC and NPR.

Duhigg is the best-selling author of  The Power of Habit, which explores the science of habit formation in our lives, companies and societies. His newest book Smarter Faster Better  is a fascinating exploration of the science of productivity, and why, in today’s world, managing how you think—rather than what you think—can transform your life.



The Unprepared Leader

Leader, Ivy Church; Founder, LAUNCH, Author

If you feel unprepared to lead right now, you’re in good company. The Bible is full of stories of people who felt unprepared for God’s call on their lives at specific times and places.

If God specialises in using unprepared leaders to fulfil his greatest work, what if you’re more ready now than ever?

With many looking to you for wise leadership, join Anthony as he explores the encouragement you can derive from these stories and the vital lessons you can apply.  

Anthony is married to Zoe and they have six grandchildren. He served as a police officer in the city of Manchester before being led into church ministry in various parts of the UK. Then 12 years ago he returned to native soil leading Ivy Church.

The church grew into various locations around the city, eventually adding five sites as well as birthing various ‘non-Ivy’ ecclesia. When Covid struck they moved to church online and now are pioneering a hybrid model, remodelling all ministries as physical gatherings to go forward in new ways.

He blogs at, features regularly on national and International radio and other media, and has authored several books, most recently ‘The BEST Marriage – Why Settle For Less?’ published for the mainstream by Moody’s Northfield arm. He is NewThing’s apostolic leader for Western Europe NewThing Europe.

Six years ago he founded LAUNCH, a church planting catalyst event which gathers and sends hundreds of leaders from around the world to take new kingdom ground, and teaches post-graduate ‘Spiritual Formation For Church Planting Leadership’ for Westminster Theological Centre.

He is also a regular contributor to Preaching.Com and Co-Chair of Festival Manchester 2022, which aims to be the biggest mission ever in the city’s history.

Believe It

Founder, IT Cosmetics; New York Times Best-selling Author

What is the key to go from underestimated to unstoppable in your leadership, your business, your faith, and your life?

Jamie Kern Lima  shares candid and impactful leadership lessons from her journey of building a billion-dollar company which started in her living room.

Learn how tuning into your ‘knowing’, being brave enough to show up authentically as a leader, and developing resilience were all part of her amazing story. Explore how to handle rejection and self-doubt, navigate comparison and imposter syndrome, and knowing when to quit or keep going.

Jamie Kern Lima started IT Cosmetics from her living room and grew the company into the largest luxury makeup brand in the U.S. When she later sold the company to L’Oréal in a billion-dollar deal, Jamie became the first female CEO of a brand in L’Oréal’s 100+ year history.

Her love for her customers matched with her remarkable authenticity and belief has led her to be recognised as one of Goldman Sachs’ 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs and Forbes Americas Richest Self-Made Women.

She has also received the 2019 Columbia University Medal of Excellence as well as the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women award, among several others.

Featured on Good Morning America, Today, CBS This Morning, CNBC, Nightline, and in The New York Times, Oprah Magazine, and others, her work and passion to inspire and mentor entrepreneurs, build businesses and give back has become well known around the world.

Prior to launching IT Cosmetics, she was an award-winning news anchor. She is also a member of Harvard Women’s Leadership Forum as well as the CBS Board of Overseers.

As an active philanthropist, she has donated over $40 million in product and funds to help women face the effects of cancer with confidence.

Her #1 Wall Street Journal and New York Times best-selling book, Believe IT: How to Go from Underestimated to Unstoppable released in February 2021 helps leaders overcome doubt and find courage to lead and live authentically.


Malcolm Gladwell

The Urgency of a Leader

Host, Revisionist History Podcast; Staff Writer, The New Yorker; Former Science & Medicine Reporter, The Washington Post; Best-Selling Author

One of the responsibilities of leadership, particularly when it comes to creating cultures and gearing towards innovation—is the need to focus on urgency.

Join Malcolm Gladwell, as he explores the untold stories of two leaders who accomplished breakthrough innovations. Discover what was behind these successes, and how their leaders utilised their influence to create urgency and give the permission to risk all for innovation.

Recognised as one of the 100 most influential people by TIME magazine and one of the Foreign Policy’s top global thinkers, Malcolm Gladwell is a world-renowned, five-time best-selling author and sought-after thought leader delivering expertise and practical application on management, innovation, history and leadership.

Through his writing and speaking, Gladwell takes you on an intellectual adventure and challenges your assumptions. He has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1996 and has been honoured by the American Psychological Society and the American Sociological Society. He was also previously a reporter for The Washington Post.

As host of the popular podcast, Revisionist History, Gladwell re-examines an overlooked or misunderstood aspect of past events.

Gladwell is the author of five New York Times best-selling titles including The Tipping PointBlinkOutliersWhat the Dog Saw, and David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants. Gladwell’s latest book, Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know About the People We Don’t Know, offers a powerful examination of our interactions with strangers and why they often go wrong.


Fredrik Haren at GLS21

Leadership Short | The Conditions for Creativity

Creativity Explorer; Global Speaker; Author

If creativity is the ability to adapt to change and to create it, now more than ever shouldn’t creativity be one of the top skills leaders aspire to have?

While it seems every leader values creativity, very few truly understand their own creative process and how and where it thrives. 

Join Fredrik Haren, The Creativity Explorer, as he challenges us to ask thought-provoking questions about our creative processes and the conditions that drive us towards creativity.

Fredrik Härén is an author and expert on creativity, change and global business.

He is the author of nine books, including The Idea Book which was included in The 100 Best Business Books of All Time. His latest book, One World, One Company, explains how some companies are becoming global and shares lessons that can be learned from their successes and mistakes.

He was voted Speaker of the Year in Sweden as well as being selected as one of the ‘The Best Swedish Speakers Ever’.


Find Your Groove

Founding Pastor, Fellowship Church; Host, Albert Tate Podcast; Author

Everyone right now feels the pandemic was a big test. But what if it wasn’t so much a test as a lesson? 

What lessons did we pull out over the past year? And are we now in one of the biggest tests of our lives?

Join Albert Tate as he uses the Exodus story to help us investigate three ways a leader needs to define reality.

Albert Tate is the founding pastor of Fellowship Church—one of the fastest-growing multiethnic churches in the United States.

He began in ministry pastoring just a few families at Sweet Home Church in Mississippi before serving the historic Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California.

Hearing the call from God to plant a church, Albert and his wife, LaRosa, launched Fellowship Monrovia in January 2012. In its short history, this Gospel-centered, multiethnic, intergenerational church has already established a solid foothold in the region for life transformation to the glory and honour of Christ.

As a dynamic communicator, Tate is passionate about sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ both to the local church and the global community. Blending the power of storytelling with a good sense of humour, Tate enjoys illustrating God’s amazing grace and love in church, academic, and conference settings.

Additionally, Tate serves on the Board of Trustees at Azusa Pacific University, the Global Leadership Network and Global Church Planting Organization, Stadia.

He has recently published in Letters to a Birmingham Jail: A Response to the Words and Dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and in 2018, he launched the Albert Tate Podcast.


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Ibukun Awosika

12 JANUARY | Only You Can Choose

Chairman, First Bank Nigeria Limited; Founder & CEO, The Chair Centre Group

Everywhere we work—our businesses, our churches, our not for profits—give each one of us choices every day. They put before us difficult situations in which we must decide how to move forward.

In this talk, Ibukun Awosika uses her own experiences as a leader in a very challenging ethical environment, to explore how understanding who you are, your purpose and value system is the only way to walk steady in the shifting sand of culture.

Walk away with insights on how you might gain this kind of integrity and strength as you lead into an uncertain future to create a world where everyone can thrive. Only you can choose who you want to be.

Ibukun Awosika’s has vast combined entrepreneurial and high-level corporate and not-for-profit board experience across various sectors and geographies spanning over three decades.

Globally recognised, she has received multiple awards, including the 2020 Forbes “Woman Africa Chairperson” award, and was also the first Nigerian recipient of the prestigious “International Women Entrepreneurial Challenge” award in 2008. Today, Awosika leads as chairman of First Bank of Nigeria Limited, the country’s premier and most valuable banking brand. Additionally, as founder and CEO of The Chair Centre Group, she leads manufacturing, retail and bank-way security system services.

Over the course of her career, her leadership has given her the honour of influencing Nigeria’s economic growth by chairing a number of corporate and nonprofit boards including, d.light Design Inc., Convention on Business Integrity, Digital Jewels Limited, and Afterschool Graduate Development Centre, a facility which she promoted to help address youth employability and enterprise issues in Nigeria.

She also sits on the boards of Cadbury Nigeria Plc and the International Advisory Board of IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain. She was Chairman of GEMS Africa Limited, FBN Life Insurance Limited, FBN Capital Limited and Kakawa Discount House Limited. She also served on the pioneer board of Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority, as well as the National Job Creation Committee.

Awosika is a graduate of Chemistry from The University of Ife, Nigeria; an alumna of the Chief Executive Programme of Lagos Business School; the Global Executive MBA of IESE Business School (Barcelona); and Global CEO Programme of Wharton, IESE and China European International Business School.

With high interest in social issues, including the plight of women in society, Awosika is co-founder and former chairperson of Women in Business, Management and Public Service, as well as the president of International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge Foundation.

An ordained pastor and founder of the Christian Missionary Fund, her faith-based organisation works with hundreds of missionaries across Nigeria to change lives with the provision of medical and educational supplies and resources. As a fellow of the African Leadership Initiative, Aspen Global Leadership Network, Institute of Directors and Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria, Awosika aspires to use her opportunities in life to further the greatness of her country by raising entrepreneurs to create jobs.

She is a member of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group, served on National Job Creation Committee, and sits on the International Advisory Board of IESE Business School, Barcelona-Spain, and the Governing Council of Pan-Atlantic University.


9 FEBRUARY | Require Civility to Lead

Founder & CEO, Go Together Global; Workplace Civility Expert; Best-Selling Author

Around the world, there is a growing sense that civility has been traded for a much lesser discourse. As leaders, more than ever it is our role to lead back to civility.

Join Shola Richards as he explores practical ways to lead yourself and others in this endeavour, including eliminating what weakens us, the distinction between being kind and nice, and being leaders that leave a wake of civility in our path.

Shola Richards is a best-selling author and sought-after workplace civility expert whose work has been featured on the Today ShowCBSForbesBlack Enterprise and numerous additional publications around the world.

Recognised as an authority on workplace happiness and engagement, Richards’ articles and wildly popular “Positivity Solution” series have reached readers in over 160 countries.

He is the Founder and CEO of Go Together Global, having shared his transformative message with leading healthcare organisations, top universities, Silicon Valley, the motion picture industry and on the TEDx stage; his greatest honour being the keynote speaker for the Department of Homeland Security three days before the 15th Anniversary of 9/11.

A self-professed “kindness extremist”, Richards equips and inspires leaders to put positivity, strong energy, massive bravery, tremendous dedication and relentless humanity in the workforce to create collaborative, safe and healthy work environments where people thrive.

Richards is a best-selling author whose research is featured in his books, Making Work Work and Go Together.

Michelle Poler

9 MARCH | Hello Fears

Founder, Hello Fears; Social Entrepreneur; Author

It has been said that the strongest of leaders overcome their fears and compel their team to do the same. But what if this isn’t how a great leader tackles fear? What if our best leaders don’t get rid of their fears but lean into them with bravery and pass that courage on to others.

Join Michelle Poler as she explores, different types of fears and their effects on us, how to engage with our fears, and the difference between being fearless and being brave.

When Michelle Poler, Venezuelan native, art director and branding strategist, decided to start a project to overcome her own personal fears, she didn’t expect it to go viral—100 Days Without Fear caught the attention of the Today Show, Forbes, CBS, CNN, Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Fox News, Telemundo, Glamour, Elle, The Rachael Ray Show, Refinery29 and Daily Mail among many others.

Gaining an audience captivated by her passion, bravery, creativity, humour and practical life-changing advice, Poler founded Hello Fears, a social movement reaching more than 70 million people worldwide, empowering them to step outside their comfort zone and tap into their full potential. She is a sought-after keynote speaker, having spoken for TEDx, Google, Yum Brands, Facebook, Wells Fargo, ESPN, Netflix, Procter & Gamble, Microsoft, Toyota and many more. Poler is the author of, Hello, Fears: Crush Your Comfort Zone and Become Who You’re Meant to Be, which helps people be their best selves and focus on the best possible outcomes.


Rich Wilkerson Jr

6 APRIL | The Grind of Leadership

Co-Founder, VOUS Leadership Conference; Lead Pastor, VOUS Church; Author

If leadership was easy, everyone would do it. Anyone can start something, but it takes a leader to finish it. Anyone can celebrate a win, but it takes a leader to endure a loss. Anyone can get excited about the future, but it takes a leader to stay committed to the daily grind.

Join Rich Wilkerson and learn to ‘rename, reframe, and remain’ so you can reclaim the grind and take ground in your leadership.

Rich Wilkerson Jr. is a dynamic communicator and author with a passion to encourage and inspire young adults. Born into four generations of church planters and leaders, Wilkerson started a young adults ministry called “The Rendezvous.”

In 2010, this ministry grew to form both the VOUS Leadership Conference and later in 2015, VOUS Church where he serves as a lead pastor. Through his leadership, VOUS Church has become known as a catalyst of faith, creativity and diversity celebrating the unique culture of its vibrant city in Miami, Florida.

Each Summer, he and his wife and co-founder, DawnCheré continue to host thousands of young adults at the annual VOUS Leadership Conference. Wilkerson Jr. is also the author of two books, Sandcastle Kings: Meeting Jesus in a Spiritually Bankrupt World and Friend of Sinners: Why Jesus Cares More About Relationship Than Perfection.


Dr Francesca Gino

11 MAY | Rebel Talent

Social & Behavioural Scientist; Professor at Harvard Business School; Author

In general, education and life teach us to conform; the longer you are in your field, the easier it becomes to conform to its norms.

This is unfortunate because conformity and mindless acceptance of rules stifles creativity. And, as strange as it might sound, the people who are doing the best work in their respective fields generally tend to be the rule breakers rather than followers of convention.

In this talk, Francesca Gino helps us all discover how to break the rules which hold us back. Walk away with three talents that the best rebels employ to create the future all of us desire.

Dr. Francesca Gino is a professor in the Negotiation, Organisations & Markets Unit at Harvard Business School recognised for her award-winning research and teaching on how to have more productive, creative and fulfilling lives.

Dr. Gino has a diverse expertise on the psychology of organisations. She is a sought-after consultant and speaker—some of her clients include Disney, Goldman Sachs, Honeywell, Novartis, P&G, as well as the U.S. Military.

Dr. Gino’s research has been featured in The Wallstreet JournalThe EconomistHarvard Business ReviewFinancial TimesThe New York TimesNewsweekNational Public RadioScientific American and Psychology Today. She has been honoured as one of the world’s Top 40 Business Professors under 40 and one of the world’s 50 most influential management thinkers by Thinkers50.

In Dr. Gino’s latest book, Rebel Talent, she shares her research behind why it pays to break the rules at work and in life.


A. R. Bernard

15 JUNE | Extraordinary Leadership: One on one with A.R. Bernard

Founder, President & Senior Pastor, Christian Cultural Center; Author

As the world seems to become increasingly polarised, leaders who can lead with vision, intellect and unity seem few and far between. A.R. Bernard is one such leader.

Join Paula Faris as she interviews Bernard, asking questions such as:

  • How can a leader build trust in a culture that lacks trust?
  • What insight can you share about leading in environments with diverse perspectives and agendas?
  • What advice would you give to leaders that are just starting out on their leadership journey?

A.R. Bernard is an influential religious leader and transformative visionary, leading one of the largest congregations in the United States with more than 40,000 members. Before following his calling into ministry, Bernard enjoyed a successful career in finance which has positioned him in a place of influence among top leaders in business, entertainment and politics.

In addition to mentoring pastors, has also counselled leaders while serving with the NYC Economic Development Corporation and the NYC School Chancellor’s Advisory Cabinet. He is a premiere thought leader in faith and culture and has been featured on Fox News, CNN, NBC’s Today, MSNBC, CBS News, BET, TBN and Daystar TV.

He is a radio host for the New York based program, The Rev and The Rabbi on WABC radio.

As a visionary who witnessed how faith has brought hope into communities that were mostly ignored or underserved, Bernard has led the Christian Cultural Center in a partnership with the Gotham Organisation for a major development project to create over 2,000 units of income-based workforce housing, healthcare and educational facilities, retail stores, performance arts centre and community service spaces.

His transformative messages are also shared in his books, Happiness Is… Simple Steps to a Life of Joy and Four Things Women Want from a Man.


Bianca Juarez Olthoff

13 JULY | Choose to Lead

Pastor, The Father’s House; Founder & President, In The Name of Love; Best-Selling Author

When the opportunity to lead comes our way, we all respond differently. While some of us eagerly embrace the call to lead, others require a little convincing. In fact, many leaders feel unqualified, not enough, and concerned that they will “found out”.

Through her own story and experience as a leader, Bianca Juarez Olthoff will help us quiet the voices of negativity in our lives, embrace our roles as leaders, and lead more boldly in our areas of influence.

Bianca Juarez Olthoff understands the power of words and is known to wield them wisely to help people navigate life, live significantly and connect in community.

As both a pastor and author who has been in ministry for more than 20 years, she inspires people to live with passion. Her leadership at The Father’s House Orange County has allowed her church to reach people all over the world.

As the founder and president of the nonprofit, In The Name of Love, she is committed to serving the incarcerated and equipping them to discover freedom despite their surroundings. Olthoff describes herself as a passionate, Jesus-loving, Bible-teaching, book-writing MexiRican.

Experience her energy in her best-selling book, Play with Fire and her most recent book, How to Have Your Life Not Suck: Becoming Today Who You Want to Be Tomorrow, which explores how to win at work and navigate through life’s many decisions.





Bianca Juarez Olthof shares how the GLS helps you discover your potential

Ibukun Awosika on the community investment

Jamie Kern Lima on how the GLS helps you handle your critics.


A Global Impact

Hosting the world’s largest annual leadership event, The Global Leadership Summit, the GLN reaches hundreds of thousands of leaders in more than 123 countries and 60+ languages each year.

When you attend the GLS, you’re joining a global community of curious, growth-minded, change-driven people committed to developing their leadership skills to maximise their influence for the purpose of igniting positive transformation wherever they live and work.


C3 leaders and GLS Hosts Steve and Angie Campbell discuss the GLS:

The GLS impact in their church and community

A snippet from GLS21 Cambridge as Steve and Angie wrap up the day


GLN UKI CEO Roger Fairhead interviews leaders on their GLS experiences:

Richard Gamble shares some GLS leadership nuggets

Anthony Delaney shares about his long connection with the GLS


Steve Smith

Ceri Davies

James Lawrence




This year we engaged with GLS online as a team, gathering together at our own church base for the first time. Great content – encouraging us as we take steps forward into the new reality we are living in. Andrew Hemmens, GLS21



Courageous, brilliant leaders altogether in one place! Maej Tilson, GLS21



It was amazing. We really benefited from the discussions, identifying unexpected opportunities. There was a real sense of encouragement and everyone moved forward with a new plan. Lynn Davidson, Bracknell Christian Network, GLS21




Great to have a time to take a step back from serving and be given fresh perspective to get up and keep moving forward. Hazel Huggins, GLS21



The GLS used to be an annual booster for personal development and is now so much more. Janet Walker-Thompson, GLS21



Loved it. Humour, story and truth weaved into one digestible meal. Mark Jones, GLS21



Leadership Voices

Enjoy leadership insights from previous GLS speakers.






The Online Experience

Experience the world-class learning you can enjoy through the GLS. Recorded at the GLS Special Edition for Business in May 2021, this video includes:

  • Craig Groeschel’s talk from GLS20, Leading Through the Dip*
  • Snippets of talks by Amy Edmondson, Bear Grylls and Jo Saxton
  • Full session summaries by the hosts, Liz Lugt and Phylip Morgan

Download the workbook

*Starts at 31:07


Grander Vision Stories of Impact

What happens when men and women are equipped and encouraged in their leadership and answer the call to a grander vision for their lives? Watch what unfolds in the stories of Dick and Terri Greenly and Ibukun Awosika.



Dick and Terri Greenly, Owners of Pumps of Oklahoma, share the Grander Vision that inspired them to utilise the expertise gained in their well drilling business in Oklahoma to bring clean water to communities around the world.


Ibukun Awosika shares the Grander Vision God has given her to live out as Chairman of the First Bank of Nigeria and Founder and CEO of The Chair Centre Group.



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