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The world’s largest leadership event returns to Cambridge

WATERLOO REGION - The world’s largest leadership event is back by popular demand. Drayton Entertainment and the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce will team up to host Leadercast, an educational event aimed at developing leaders across all industries and at any career level, so they are better equipped to take on the next challenge and inspire others.

The 2018 event will be streamed live at the Hamilton Family Theatre Cambridge on May 4.

Broadcast live from Atlanta and simulcast to hundreds of locations around the world, Leadercast is the largest, one-day leadership event on the planet.

The unique event is in its 17th year and brings together more than 100,000 current visionaries and future world-changers annually.

The theme of this year’s conference is “lead yourself.”  

“The world is looking for great leaders,” officials state. “In order to become those leaders, we have to first discover the best ways to lead ourselves.

“We must walk the walk before we talk the talk.”

In 2018, Leadercast will focus on the core principles of self-leadership: How do you motivate yourself effectively? How do you develop your core values and tools so that your leadership style continues to inspire you and your team?

Over the course of the day, Leadercast attendees will develop tools to reconnect to their organization’s “why”, and attract and engage staff to thrive as a team.

Keynote speakers will motivate participants with insights, enthusiasm and real-world advice.

Who better to learn from than people who’ve met similar leadership challenges and succeeded mightily?

The 2018 keynote speakers include:

- Michael Hyatt, author, speaker and former CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers;

- Andy Stanley, leadership communicator and best-selling author;

- Carey Lohrenz, U.S. Navy pilot, speaker and trainer;

Ian Cron, bestselling author, psychotherapist, enneagram teacher and speaker;

- Dr. Jim Loehr, chairman, CEO and co-founder of Human Performance Institute; and

- Mae Jemison, engineer, physician and NASA astronaut

Additional speakers are to be announced.

For years, Leadercast has brought people together and equipped them to become better leaders, managers, community members, and employees.

Seating is limited for this one-day event.

Lunch is included.

The early bird discount rate of $100 is available until Feb. 16. After February 16, regular tickets are $125. Taxes are not included.

 Tickets may be purchased online at, in person at any Drayton Entertainment box office or by calling toll free 1-855-DRAYTON (372-9866).

February 9, 2018


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