Fort Smith, AR, August 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The John Maxwell Company presents international author/speaker John C. Maxwell, along with Linda Kaplan Thaler and Tim Sanders via live simulcast at the Ft Smith Convention Center on October 10th.
Early bird registration is open now to hear Maxwell who has trained over 5 million leaders worldwide, having spoken to diverse audiences such as Fortune 500 companies, United States Military Academy at West Point, National Football League, and the United Nations. Maxwell will be speaking on his newest book “Good Leaders Ask Great Questions.” “Questions are the key that unlocks most of the doors of opportunity in your life,” states Maxwell who has been rated by INC magazine for six consecutive years as the number one leadership expert.
The event will be held from 7:30am-12:00pm which will also focus on content from Thaler (creator of the duck for Aflac) – “How Ordinary People Become Extraordinary,” and Sanders (Yahoo executive) – “People Centric Tools for Success.”
Seventy-five percent (75%) of the net proceeds will be invested in young Fort Smith women in crisis to set them on a path to success, which is a direct fulfillment of the mission of AFM, host of the event. Not only will Fort Smith's leaders grow personally and professionally from the leadership training, but proceeds will enable AFM 501(c)(3) to fulfill their objectives to provide preventative support, treatment support and transitional support through housing, education and any other means that would be needed to aid in stabilizing women into the community.
More information and early bird registration open now through September 30th for $99, can be found at www.L2.JohnMaxwell.com or www.afm-change.org. From October 1st – October 10th, general admission will be $129. Group rates will be $70-$79. Contact us at email@example.com or 417-861-8826 about discounts for large groups or student rates. For those who desire to communicate leadership, excellence and integrity to the community through this event, tax deductible underwriting opportunities are still available.