- Founded The Global Leadership Summit, now in 450+ cities and 85 countries
- Passionate about the local church, he is committed to developing and mentoring leaders worldwide- Best-selling author of more than 20 books including his most recent, The Power of a Whisper
"If it's the last thing I do, I will give every ounce of the rest of my life to helping leaders and churches get better."
- Former Stanford University Provost — responsible for a $1.5 billion annual budget and the academic program for 1,400 faculty members and 14,000 students
- Author and co-author of numerous books, including: No Higher Honor: A Memoir of My Years in Washington
"I use the word power broadly. Even more important than military and economic power is the power of ideas, the power of compassion, and the power of hope."
Nationally Acclaimed Business Thinker and Author
- Relentlessly curious student of enduring great companies, he is the author of the leadership classics Built to Last and Good to Great
- Former faculty at the Stanford Graduate School of Business
- His newest release, Great by Choice, answers the penetrating question, Why do some companies thrive in uncertainty, even chaos, and others do not?
"Throw leaders into an extreme environment, and it will separate the stark differences between greatness and mediocrity."
President & CEO, Harlem Children’s Zone
- Pioneering leader in urban education and fervent advocate for U.S. education reform
- Featured in the acclaimed documentary, Waiting for Superman
- Targeting a 100-block municipal area with educational and social services, the Harlem Children’s Zone has become a model for effective community engagement
- Author of the award-winning book, Half The Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide
- Senior Managing Director of Mid-Market Securities and President of Triple Edge, two social investment and consulting firms specializing in companies run by women
- Pulitzer Prize winner for Asia: Thunder from the East and China Wakes, co-authored with her husband Nicholas Kristof
“One of the best ways to fight poverty and to fight terrorism is to educate girls and bring women into the formal labor force."
Founder and Senior Pastor, LifeChurch.tv
- A pioneer in multi-campus church, LifeChurch.tv holds 76 weekly worship experiences, ministering to over 40,000 people
- Known for leveraging technology to reach a new generation, including the development of LifeChurch's popular YouVersion Bible App
- Author of influential books, including the soon-to-be released Soul Detox
"If we want to be better than normal we must move from good intentions to what I call God intentions."
Senior Pastor, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church
- Senior leader of a thriving multi-site church in Northern California
- A prominent voice in the worldwide spiritual formation movement
- Best-selling author of numerous books including the upcoming, Who Is This Man? The Unpredictable Impact of the Inescapable Jesus
"God is a God of endless opportunities to do good; the God of the open door."
Senior Pastor, Misión Cristiana Elim, El Salvador
- Leader of one of the world's largest churches with 73,000 attendees, campuses throughout El Salvador, more than 7,000 cell groups and a staff of 92 pastors
- Misión Cristiana Elim achieved exponential growth in the midst of civil war through the successful implementation of cell group strategies
- Known for his humility, his passion for justice and for the rights of children
Co-Founder, Free The Children; Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Me to We
- At the age of 18, co-founded Free The Children with his brother Craig Kielburger
- The world’s largest network of children helping children through education, Free The Children has built more than 650 schools and school rooms in developing regions
- Co-founder and Co-CEO of Me to We, a social enterprise providing better choices for a better world including international volunteer trips, leadership training programs, a socially conscious clothing line and resources that address issues of positive social change
"How are you going to keep your workforce engaged, retained, active and motivated? It all comes down to what kind of meaning and purpose can you provide."
Director of Aftercare, International Justice Mission, Chennai, India
- Led over 50 slave rescue operations, serving as the chief legal witness in court
- Developed IJM's pioneering aftercare strategy for restoration and reintegration, successfully serving thousands of freed slaves
- The child of dedicated missionary doctors in rural India, she's a brain tumor survivor who describes her resulting feeble voice as a "voice for the voiceless”"
“In my work with International Justice Mission, I free slaves and work to restore them to a life of dignity and wholeness."
Co-Founder and Senior Fellow, Harvard University’s Program on Negotiation
- A negotiator and mediator, with 30 years practical experience in conflicts ranging from corporate mergers to ethnic wars in the Middle East.
- A social anthropologist and teacher, he is the author of award-winning business books, including Getting to Yes, an eight million copy best seller
- Co-founder of the International Negotiation Network with President Jimmy Carter, a non- governmental body seeking to end civil wars
“Look for opportunities to act inconsistently with their perceptions. Perhaps the best way to change someone's perception is to send them a message different from what they expect."
Founder and President, The Table Group; Best Selling Author
- A leading organizational consulting firm, The Table Group advises clients with ideas, products and services to improve teamwork, clarity, employee engagement and overall organizational health
- Named by Fortune Magazine as one of “Ten Gurus You Should Know” and by The Wall Street Journal as one of America’s “Most Sought-After Business Speakers”
- His upcoming book, The Advantage, explores the significance of organizational health and why it trumps everything else in business
"The vast majority of organizations today have more than enough intelligence, experience and knowledge to be successful. What they lack is organizational health."