Energize your leadership skills in the new year

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Press release submitted by Mark McLaughlin

Energize Your Leadership Skills in the New Year

Todd Ashby, Managing Partner of Results Marketing

IA/IL QUAD-CITIES – "The Chick-fil-A Leadercast is about living a life of sincere leadership, in both your personal life and in the community. Last year, a record number of Quad-Citians attended QC Leadercast, and we hope to see even more in 2013. For anyone wishing to forge stronger leadership qualities, this is the perfect opportunity to learn from the world's greatest experts on the topic."

That quote comes from Todd Ashby, Managing Partner of Results Marketing. For the past three years, Results Marketing and select sponsors have been bringing simulcasts of the Chick-fil-A Leadercast to the Quad-Cities area. Leadercast is an annual leadership event broadcast live from Atlanta, Georgia, to audiences in metro areas worldwide.

A video selection of four speakers from the 2012 Leadercast will be presented at the 2013 Chick-fil-A Leadercast Recap Lunch & Learn events, sponsored by Results Marketing and St. Ambrose University. "These internationally known speakers will share exciting insights to energize your leadership skills," said Ashby. "Attendees can watch these enlightening videos and discuss their content with other area professionals. Each of the four sessions will be facilitated by a St. Ambrose faculty member and all attendees will enjoy a delicious Chick-fil-A lunch."

Only 65 seats are available at each Recap Lunch & Learn event, so be sure to register today. The events will be held noon to 1 p.m. on January 4, February 1, March 1, and April 5, at the St. Ambrose University Downtown Education Center, located in the New Ventures Center at 331 W. 3rd St., Davenport, IA 52801. Cost to attend is $15 per session and includes lunch from Chick-fil-A, or you can save by enrolling in all four events for only $45.

The following speakers will be featured at the Leadercast Re-Cap Lunch & Learn events:

January 4, 2013
John Maxwell is a renowned leadership expert, coach, and author, who has sold more than 20 million books. Every year, Dr. Maxwell speaks to Fortune 100 companies, international government leaders, and organizations such as the United States Military Academy at West Point, the National Football League, and the United Nations. His organizations have trained more than 5 million leaders in 153 countries.

Maxwell's books include The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, Developing the Leader Within You, The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader, and many more.

February 1, 2013
Marcus Buckingham is a strength strategist, best-selling author, and researcher. His latest project, StandOut, is a book and strengths assessment combination, which uses a new research methodology to reveal your top two "Strength Roles." StandOut gives people practical innovations that fit their strengths, and provides managers with quick insights on how to get the best from each member of their team.

Buckingham's books include First, Break All the Rules; Now, Discover Your Strengths; The One Thing You Need to Know; Go Put Your Strengths to Work; The Truth About You; and Find Your Strongest Life.

March 1, 2013
Andy Stanley is an acclaimed leadership communicator, author, pastor, and the founder of North Point Ministries, Inc. Every month, well over a million people from nearly every country in the world choose to tune in, download, or stream Stanley's teaching content via TV, radio, podcasts, and live streaming.

Stanley's books include The Next Generation Leader, Visioneering, Enemies of the Heart, and The Principle of the Path.

April 5, 2013
Patrick Lencioni is a best-selling author and founder and president of The Table Group, Inc., a specialized management-consulting firm focused on organizational health. Lencioni's nine best-selling books have sold nearly 3 million copies, and his work has also been featured in such publications such as BusinessWeek, Fast Company, INC Magazine, USA Today, Fortune, Drucker Foundation's Leader to Leader, and Harvard Business Review.

Lencioni's books include The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, The Three Signs of a Miserable Job, and Getting Naked.

"We will be hosting a new day-long Leadercast event in May 2013," Ashby said, "so anyone thinking of attending the Spring 2013 event may want to attend these Lunch & Learn sessions beforehand, to get a feel for the topics to be discussed. While Leadercast has a different theme each year, you can be sure that the presentations will be thought-provoking and inspiring."

To register for the Leadercast Re-Cap Lunch & Learn events or for more information, call Marcia Brandt of Results Marketing at 563-322-2065 or email Marcia@resultsimc.com. Feel free to befriend Leadercast Quad Cities on Facebook at www.facebook.com/qcleadercast.


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