BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (10/29/13) — WKU’s College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, Franklin Covey Education, Green River Regional Educational Cooperative and Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce will present The Leader in Me Symposium on March 3-5 at the SKyPAC.
The Leader in Me Symposium is an education event focused on bringing leadership and 21st century life skills to the K-12 system. The two-day symposium will consist of student leaders taking a key role in demonstrating how the program equips them to excel in life. Thought leaders will inspire and engage at this two-day conference. Speakers scheduled for the 2014 Symposium series include Daniel Pink, Muriel Summers, Ron Clark, Erin Gruwell, Jon Gordon, Drew Dudley and more.
The Bowling Green event will include a pre-conference session March 3 on 7 Habits Signature Preview Training for attendees who are new to The Leader in Me and The 7 Habits. There will also be target breakout sessions with content designed for guests at every stage, discussions on alignment between The Leader in Me and Common Core, and virtual learning opportunities that will provide best practices from schools all over the world.
The Leader in Me Symposium is open to educators, business leaders and community stakeholders. Tuition for this conference is $275 before Dec. 22 and $295 after Dec. 22. This fee includes full symposium admission, breakfast and lunch both days, and the symposium manual. The fee for the pre-conference 7 Habits Signature Preview is $165 and includes breakfast, lunch and a 7 Habits Participant Kit.
For information on the March 2014 conference at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center, visit www.theleaderinme.org/symposium.
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