Live2Lead will be presented in Southern Illinois on Friday, November 2 at The Pavilion. The exclusive video-on-demand and live leadership training event will be hosted by Marion Chamber of Commerce and is sponsored by Heartland Regional Medical Center and the City of Marion. Doors open at 7:30 am for registration. Live2Lead begins at 8:30 am and concludes at 3:30 pm.
Tickets start at $65 per person (for members of Southern Illinois Chambers of Commerce) and can be purchased online through this online form or by downloading this form and mailing/delivering to the Marion Chamber of Commerce (2305 West Main, PO Box 307, Marion, IL 62959). Payment must accompany registration.
Live2Lead is being presented to the Southern Illinois area by Marion Chamber of Commerce and Russell Williams certified leadership and personal growth coach, speaker, and teacher.
“The Marion Chamber of Commerce is an organization of business and professional people working together to build a healthy economy and to improve the quality of life in our community and this leadership event fits perfectly with our mission,” said Dalus Ben Avi, executive director of the Marion Chamber of Commerce. “The Membership Committee, led by Mindy Reid with Banterra Bank, and comprised of many business leaders in the Southern Illinois area, worked hard with Russell Williams, Heartland Regional Medical Center and the City of Marion to put together a truly unique event for our region. Not only will it feature the amazing speakers from the event in Georgia, but we will also have Russell leading the afternoon training to further lift up your leadership.
“The entire day is designed to deliver the very best leadership content to inspire and motivate you
and your team. Plus, you can connect with other influencers in your community and expand your business network with relationships that produce tangible results.”
“Live2Lead is an extremely informative leadership event that features the best of the best speakers on leadership development,” said Williams. “Live2Lead:Southern Illinois will provide its attendees with an array of new perspectives on how to lead your team toward the growth and development of a successful business, not-for-profit, and community organization. Live2Lead will provide its audience with many practical tools and key takeaways. In the words of John Maxwell, it will leave you wanting to 'think different and think forward.'
“This event lends itself to both learning and application, as people walk away prepared to implement a new action plan, so they can start leading when they get back to the office with renewed passion and commitment,” Williams said. “Live2Lead is also a opportunity to network with industry leaders in business, not-for-profit, and government from our great region.”
After registration from 7:30-8:30 a.m., the event will begin at 8:30 a.m. sharp at The Pavilion. Seating is limited, so attendees are encouraged to arrive early to get their seats. All tickets are open seating; only sponsors will have reserved seating.
The event will also include the bestowing of the second annual Marion Chamber of Commerce Transformational Leadership Award. Nominations for the honor are now being accepted by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), phone at (618) 997-6311 or online at http://bit.ly/TLA2018. The criteria for the award are:
“These nominations can be your child’s teacher or principal, your employer, your pastor, a director or executive of a nonprofit organization, a government official, a military leader, a media personality – or even someone you don’t know personally, but you respect them for being an exceptional leader,” said Williams.
In 2017, Laura Lindsey with Blue Cross Blue Shield won the Marion Chamber of Commerce Transformational Leadership Award. Before her retirement in October 2017, Laura was a key leader with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois in the Marion office for 33 years. She served as a senior manager over the Marion Provider Services team since 2005. Photos from the Live2Lead: Southern Illinois event, including those of Laura getting her award are available here.
Tickets went on sale May 1. Ticket prices are as follows:
There are no refunds or exchanges with tickets or sponsorship packages. Payment must accompany registration.
The presenting sponsors of Live2Lead: Southern Illinois are Heartland Regional Medical Center and the City of Marion.
Sponsorship opportunities include:
“Heartland Regional Medical Center is privileged to collaborate with the Marion Chamber of Commerce on many initiatives. Some entertain, some educate but all are vitally important in strengthening our business community and bringing us closer together,” said Herby Voss, director of marketing at Heartland Regional Medical Center. “We’re sponsoring this event because the lessons and skills acquired by attendees at Live2Lead will benefit Southern Illinois for years to come, and in ways we can now only imagine.”
Additional information obtained by contacting Dalus Ben Avi at (618) 997-6311, by visiting bit.ly/L2LMarion or email at email@example.com.