October 29, 2019

  8:00am - Doors Open / Check In / Breakfast Available

  9:00am - Session 1 Begins

10:00am - Break

10:20am - Session 2 Begins

11:45am - Program Ends

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What is Leadercast?

Leadercast Shawnee is an affordable leadership event, where local leaders can come together and be empowered with life-changing insights from world-class leaders.

This year's speakers include:*

  • Andy Stanley
  • Juliet Funt
  • Carla Harris
  • Patrick Lencioni
  • Ginger Hardage

*Speaker subject to change.


Speakers for Leadercast Shawnee: Building Healthy Teams

Andy Stanley

“Leadership is all about taking people on a journey. The challenge is that most of the time, we are asking people to follow us to places we ourselves have never been.” 

A captivating speaker and best-selling author, Andy is considered one of the most influential speakers in America. He is the author of 20-plus books, including Deep & WideWhen Work & Family CollideVisioneering and Next Generation Leader. Though he is an Atlanta-based pastor of North Point Ministries, nearly 1.8 million of his messages, leadership videos and podcasts are accessed from North Point’s website each month.

Juliet Funt

“Legacy is a story about you that is yet to be written, but for which you hold the pen.” 

WhiteSpace at Work is a training and consulting firm that helps organizations, their leaders and their employees flip the norms of business in order to reclaim their creativity, productivity and engagement. As CEO, Juliet helps professionals learn the pivotal difference between activity and productivity. She teaches them a streamlined method for personal process improvement—leading to more creativity and engagement—and helps executives, managers and teams answer the critical question, “What thoughts deserve my full attention today?”

Patrick Lencioni

“If organizations lack clear purpose or they keep changing it, employees will become confused with their own purpose and, in turn, they’ll end up confusing their customers.” 

Patrick’s company, The Table Group, is dedicated to helping organizations improve teamwork, clarity and employee engagement. He is author of 11 best-selling books with more than 5 million copies sold. His capstone book, The Advantage, is the preeminent source on organizational health. After 16 years in print, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, remains a weekly fixture on national best-seller lists. Each year, Patrick address thousands of organizations, including a mix of Fortune 500 companies, professional sports organizations, the military, nonprofits, schools and churches.

Carla Harris

“Remember, being valued and being rewarded are two different things.”

As vice chairman, managing director and senior advisor at Morgan Stanley, Carla is responsible for increasing client connectivity and penetration to enhance revenue generation across the firm. In her 30-year career, Carla has had extensive experiences in the technology, media, retail, telecommunications, transportation, industrial and health care sectors. 

Ginger Hardage

“If you could get all the people in an organization rowing in the same direction, you could dominate any industry, in any market, against any competition, at any time.” 

After an illustrious 25 years, Ginger recently retired as Senior Vice President of Culture and Communications at Southwest Airlines. While serving the nation’s largest airline, Ginger’s team constructed and sustained the organization’s legendary culture and communications enterprise. The enduring, world-famous culture landed Southwest on Fortune’s “Top 10 Most Admired Companies in the World” list for 22 consecutive years.