Leadership simulcast is Friday at CMCC

The Winner’s Circle Business Institute is hosting the 2009 Maximum Impact Live Simulcast on Friday, May 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the community room at Catskill Mountain Christian Center.
This premier leadership event offers insight and teaching from some of the world’s most successful leaders and forerunners.
Although held at the Christian Center, this is not a religious event. It is a practical resource aimed at encouraging, refreshing and inspiring local business leaders with top notch thinkers and practitioners. Event organizer, Bob Engelhardt stated “We recognize that in this difficult economy, those in business need every advantage to gain success. Attendees of this event will be taught by some of the top names in business, government, sports and media.”
The ten presenters throughout the day include former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair; golf great, Jack Nicklaus; Creator of Aflac ad campaign, CEO and author, Linda Kaplan Thaler; Walt Disney Parks and Resorts CEO, Al Weiss and many others.
Leadership is cultivated with humility and discipline. It merges the passion of the heart with the ability of the mind. By attending this event you will better understand character qualities that activate and empower your leadership, increase your ability to influence others and connect and network with other local leaders.
In many sites across the nation, participants (totaling 60,000 nationwide) are often paying upwards of $100 for the full-day seminar. Thanks to support from The O’Connor Foundation, the Winner’s Circle is able to offer this world-class event for $25 per ticket including lunch... an incredible value!
Catskill Mountain Christian Center created the Winner’s Circle Business Institute specifically to assist the local business community through education and inspiration. Its philosophy is based on the biblical mandate to love our neighbors as ourselves. This includes providing resources for success and prosperity in the marketplace, not only for church members but for all of our neighbors.
To register or learn more about this event, contact Katie Coffin at 845 586-4848 or visit www.cmcconline.org.