Central Exchange Opens Registration for 12th Annual Leadership Lyceum
Kansas City, MO - Central Exchange will host the 12th annual Leadership Lyceum on April 23, 2014 at the Overland Park Convention Center. This year’s Lyceum will focus on leadership and technology.
Presented by Hallmark and Sprint, the theme is Power Up – Harness the power of technology and relationships. Six outstanding presenters will focus on effective leadership in today’s environment of rapidly changing and emerging technologies. Experienced executives will share their expertise emphasizing two leadership skills that have been significantly impacted by the opportunities and challenges of the digital world.
Keynote speakers for the day-long event will include Ursula Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox; Lisa Bodell, Founder and CEO of futurethink; and Linda Rutherford, Vice President of Communication and Outreach for Southwest Airlines.
The Central Exchange Leadership Lyceum website is now live, and the event is open for registration. To register visit www.cxlyceum.com.
About Leadership Lyceum
The Central Exchange Leadership Lyceum is the premier leadership development event for women and men in the Kansas City area. This one-day leadership conference annually brings together more than 700 executives, managers, entrepreneurs and community leaders for a day of inspiration, education and networking.
Contact: Whitney Robinson Central Exchange (816) 471-7560 Whitney@centralexchange.org
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