We are inviting men and women from the business community to join us the first Tuesday of the month as guest speakers provide real life training from a biblical worldview. The next Leader Connect is Tuesday, May 1, at the Lee’s Summit Campus. Registration and networking begin at 11:30am. Lunch and the guest speaker are from 12:00-1:00pm. A catered lunch will be provided for $10.
THIS MONTH: The Value and Importance of Character and Integrity with Rod Handley
You don’t have to look very far in today’s headline stories to know we are living in a volatile time period where “character and integrity” issues are prevalent in families, schools, churches and Corporate America. Does “character and integrity” matter anymore? Should we settle for living a life void of ethics and moral standards? Do you want to be a person committed to character, and the organizations you are part of do the same? Join us on Tuesday, May 1, to hear Rod Handley address the value and importance of character in the workplace and in our everyday living.
Rod Handley is the Founder & President of Character that Counts, an organization established in 2000 for the purpose of sharing life principles of “character, integrity and accountability.” Based out of Lee’s Summit, Rod and his staff are reaching the Greater Kansas City area and nation through keynote presentations, resources/books and consulting. Rod is the author of over 25 books, including Character Counts: Who’s Counting Yours? He and his wife, Janna, have four children and they live in Lee’s Summit.