27
April
9:00 am — 4:00 pm
The Auditorium (Entrance #6)
363 Stamm Road, , Milton, PA 17847 United States
59-69
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The Art of Leadership 2018

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The Art of Leadership Conference provides the Greater Susquehanna Valley with an opportunity to receive high caliber leadership development in an environment that connects our community and builds relationships across businesses and organizations throughout Pennsylvania.

Our goal is to equip you to master the Art of Leadership, bring excellence to your daily practices, and shape new leaders that will grow your team and your community. You will hear from leaders both world-renowned and locally recognized, all who have clearly demonstrated their ability to lead and grow an organization. They will share their insights into the Art of Leadership and offer their most successful practices. The Art of Leadership Conference is live onsite at Christ Wesleyan Church is for anyone who leads. Whether you are responsible for a large staff, provide services to clients, oversee a volunteer team, or are sensing a call to future leadership, The Art of Leadership will empower you to lead in new and dynamic ways.

Event Registration

Registration begins at 8:00am. Conference starts at 9:00am.

(Cost covers event ticket, catered lunch, coffee & snacks.)
Leadership materials will be available for purchase at the event.

 

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Speakers

Anne Beiler

Speaker, Author, & Founder of Auntie Anne’s Pretzels
Anne is among an elite group of women who have founded national companies in America, and is one of an even smaller number who has owned an international franchise company. She was named one of America’s 500 Women Entrepreneurs by Working Women and Entrepreneur of the Year by Inc. Magazine. Anne also received honorary doctorates from Eastern College and Elizabethtown College.

Session: The Power of Purpose

The world has a list of what you need to be successful. Anne had none of those things. But what Anne did have–a great product, amazing people, & a purpose bigger than herself–became her recipe for success. Out of those, purpose became the most important ingredient in her life.

In the “Power of Purpose”, Anne reveals the inner workings of growing up Amish to building the world’s largest pretzel franchise, all while coping with devastating personal heartbreak & despair. She shares about how the discovery of the three things she had, helped to overcome the three vital business elements she didn’t have, & how purpose can give you overcoming power, a position of influence, & people that will be loyal to the cause.

Elvin Stoltzfus

Founder of Pik Rite, Business Owner
Elvin Stoltzfus was born in 1958 and raised on the family farm near New Columbia, PA. He was one of 19 children to Mast and Mabel Stoltzfus. From childhood, Elvin was expected to pitch in and help with farm duties which included planting and harvesting vegetables. Elvin was asked by his Dad to stay home from school and work on the farm at age 13. He developed a strong work ethic and realized the value in working with others on the farm.

In 1982, Elvin and a friend built the first Pik Rite tomato harvester. This project was largely driven by the fact that he was involved in hand-harvest of tomatoes. Pik Rite was incorporated in July 1986.

At age 26, Elvin married Molly Mullen, who has been a key influence on the person he is today.  Together they have 3 children.

Elvin has always had a passion for people. He has worked very hard to make Pik Rite a good work environment where employees are valued and have the opportunity to grow, both financially and personally. His strong faith in Christ and involvement to make the community a better place are noteworthy.

Session: Reimagining the Structure of Leadership

Pastor Arlie Davis

Lead Pastor of Christ Wesleyan Church, Speaker
Arlie started as the Assistant Pastor at Christ Wesleyan Church (CWC) in 1981. He founded Meadowbrook Christian School in 1982, and was the first administrator. In 1989, he became Lead Pastor of CWC. As Lead Pastor, he is responsible for vision-casting and leadership. He teaches God’s Word each week and shares how to apply it to everyday life.

He has a B.S. in Special Education, M.A. in Religion, D.Min ABD in Leadership, Counseling, & Preaching.

He is married to Sharon, Wellness Care Director and Counselor at Christ Wesleyan. They have two kids, Aidan and Adrienne-Leigh, a son-in-law, Matt, and a granddog, Benny.

Session: Transforming Leadership

Dr. Ivy Tamblin, BS, DC

Chiropractor, Small Business Owner, Nutritional & Exercise Counselor
Dr. Ivy Tamblin has founded and operated a multi-discipline family practice for 21 years specializing in Chiropractor care. She is a public speaker for Women’s Health Issues and Chiropractic Health Care, offers nutritional and exercise counseling serves in prison ministry including Juvenile Detention Mentoring as well as teaching & mentoring for Marriage Ministry at Christ Wesleyan Church focusing on areas of Communication & Conflict Resolution. She is an incredible wife, mother of three, and grandmother of one.

Session: The Healthy Leader

Event FAQs

Is this the same event as Leadercast? Why not Leadercast?

The Art of Leadership is a completely new event that will provide a unique experience specific to our culture in Central Pennsylvania.  We chose to create this event to fulfill the requests that many of you were expressing.  This will allow you to gain constructive leadership development as well as build relationships with other businesses, organizations, and people across our valley.

Is this a host site for a live broadcast event?

The Art of Leadership is a live event hosted at Christ Wesleyan Church.  This will allow direct access to the speakers and full engagement in the content.

Can I view this event online?

You will not be able to view this event online.

Where are the sessions held?

The event will be held in the Auditorium of Christ Wesleyan Church.

What time should I arrive?

Plan to arrive between 8:00 and 8:30 am for registration.  The Welcome Session starts at 9:00am

What topics will be discussed?

We will be covering a number of topics including Transforming Leadership, The Power of Purpose, Reimagining the Structure of Leadership, and The Healthy Leader

Is there reserved seating?

All seating is General Admission.  If groups wish to sit together it is recommended that they arrive early to select their seats.

What should I wear?

Most people wear business casual or jeans. If you get cold easily, we suggest bringing a light jacket or sweater.

What should I bring to Art of Leadership?

Each participant will be provided a program for notes. Bring an open mind and willingness to learn from incredible leaders.

How do I register?

Registration is available at on this webpage or by calling Christ Wesleyan Church at 570.742.8987.

When is the registration deadline?

Registration closes on April 16, 2018.

Is there a group discount rate?

There is no group discount but there is an Early Bird discount of $10 until April 2, 2018.

Do I need to have all the names of our group when I register?

Yes, you will need to provide the first and last name of each person attending.

Can I register over the phone or on-campus?

Yes, you may register over the phone or on-campus.

What does the conference price include?

The price includes admission to the event, snacks and drinks throughout the day, a full catered lunch, and an opportunity to win a giveaway.

Will there be food?

Yes!  We will provide snacks and drinks throughout the day as well as a full catered lunch that is mindful of the more common allergies including dairy and nut.  If you have concerns about allergies please contact Caleb Swartz directly at 570.742.8987.

What is the refund policy for this event?

There will be a full refund available until April 16, 2018 when registration closes.

Is your campus wheelchair accessible?/What kind of accessibility arrangements are available?

Yes, our facilities are fully accessible. If there are any additional accommodations you may need please contact Caleb Swartz at 570.742.8987.

What are my parking options for the event?

Guests are welcome to park directly in front of the Auditorium or at the Well Entrance for the day.

Will The Well Coffee House be open?

The Well Coffee House will have a made-to-order stand in The Auditorium with a limited menu available during the breaks and lunch. The Coffee House will also be open to serve you their full menu. Coffee will be provided at no cost for the entire duration of the event.

Will there be leadership materials available to purchase?

There will be leadership books and materials available for purchase the day of the event with either cash or card.

Will CEU credits be available for this event?

No Continuing Education Credits will be available as a result of attending the conference.

Still have questions?

Call us at 570.742.8987 or email us at: caleb.swartz@cwc.life

Details

Date:
April 27
Time:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:
59-69
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