37th Christmas Celebration “Hope in Uncertainty” with Dr. Peter Chung

37th Christmas Celebration “Hope in Uncertainty” with Dr. Peter Chung

December 1 and 2, 2020

“Hope in Uncertainty” with keynote speaker, Dr. Peter Chung and special music by Getty Music

Financial challenges, isolation, relational stresses, illness or the death of a loved one…Where does one find hope?

A virtual Christmas celebration to inspire and connect diplomats, parliamentarians and business leaders from across Canada and the world.

Leadership Race Analysis – Conservatives Decide!

Leadership Race Analysis – Conservatives Decide!

August 26, 2020

Her Majesty’s Loyal Official Opposition decides, the Conservative Party of Canada chooses a new Leader! In this zoom meeting, Mike Donison, political analyst, will summarize the Conservative Party’s leadership race and provide an analysis of the outcome. He will also speak about how his faith shapes his professional perspectives.

2020 Global Leadership Summit: World Class Leadership Training

2020 Global Leadership Summit: World Class Leadership Training

August 6 – 7, 2020

The Global Leadership Summit is your opportunity to gain access to a wealth of leadership insight from a world-class faculty ready to equip and inspire you—no matter where you have influence.

Now more than ever, when you grow in your leadership, you can withstand difficult seasons, re-imagine the future, strengthen your relationships, improve your business, and provide hope to your community through effective charity or church engagement.

Join us this year in a global movement of more than 420,000 people learning together across 124 countries.

Michael Ramsden: Charting a Course in a Post-COVID World

Michael Ramsden: Charting a Course in a Post-COVID World

June 11, 2020

“Charting a Course in a Post-COVID World – Truth and Trust in Work and Life” with Michael Ramsden

While it feels that life has been put on hold around the world, our world seems to be changing faster than we could have imagined only months ago. Leadership at times like this is challenging and is needed as never before. The questions as to who we can trust and what is trustworthy resurface with a new edge to them.