Leadership. Engagement. Action. Diversity.
The Power of Intentionality in Leadership
Friday, Sept. 27 | 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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- The cost to attend is $109 per registrant
- Space is limited, so register early
- Full schedule will be available June 17
The L.E.A.D. (Leadership. Engagement. Action. Diversity.) Summit is an opportunity for emerging and established leaders in the Allen County area to participate in professional development workshops centered around the concept of knowledge sharing.
Attendees will have an opportunity to gather in an intimate setting and cultivate deeper partnerships with each other while developing and enhancing skill sets that enrich and advance their impact on organizational culture.
The L.E.A.D. Summit is a one-day conference which includes a variety of concurrent sessions, cross-disciplinary networking opportunities and two keynote speakers (the second to be announced soon). With facilitators drawn from corporate, academia, non-profit, athletics and health care, attendees will cultivate a deeper understanding of how to lead with intentionality. Participants can create their personalized schedule by choosing from various concurrent sessions which best suit their capacity to grow.
Daniel Juday loves traveling, meeting new people, and working to build bridges of understanding and empathy across challenging “divides.”
He deeply believes that all people matter, and he’s spent much of his life working in roles that have allowed him to develop thinking around the nature of education and learning, relationship-building and professional growth.
As the director for the Ohio and Indiana Diversity Councils, Daniel took a fledgling organization and grew its corporate membership ranks by almost 2,000 percent in two years. He now owns and runs his own speaking and consulting business, and works with conference planners, learning and development leaders, nonprofit boards and corporate entities—all in a pursuit to help them grow their leadership impact and make the spaces they influence more inclusive. He can be found online at www.danieljuday.com
LEAD Summit Session Facilitators
Vice President/General Manager
Dr. Gina Forrest
Executive Director of DEI
Lisa D. Givan
Chief Diversity Officer
Dr. Alice Jordan-Miles
Director, Behavioral Health
Purdue University Fort Wayne
Daniel Juday, LLC
VP/General ManagerAsher Agency
Vice President of Employee Engagement & Leadership DevelopmentProvidence Healthcare Management
Allen County City Council
VP of Performance Improvement
Dr. Kathleen Watland
Dean of College of Business
If you are interested, please contact Indiana Tech Grants Manager, Erin Johnson, for L.E.A.D. Summit sponsorship opportunities at EEJohnson@indianatech.edu
A portion of the proceeds from the L.E.A.D. Summit will benefit the Diversity Persistence Award–a scholarship that will assist Indiana Tech juniors and seniors from historically under-represented groups as they progress toward degree completion.