What Attendees Are Saying About Leadercast Live

Last week, we had the privilege of hosting more than 100,000 leaders around the world for a day of inspiration, transformation and development at Leadercast Live.

Our team has been reflecting on the event, but our favorite part is hearing what the audience had to say about their experiences.

We wanted to share some of those reflections with you!

One of our new Leadercast Now speakers—and the author of the newly-released The Millennial Myth, Crystal Kadakia—shared her take on purpose in the context of millennials and their loyalty to companies.

Reflections on Loyalty and Leadercast 2017 by Crystal Kadakia

Brian Dodd is a leadership blogger and he live-blogged each of the stage speakers’ presentations.

Complete Content From The 9 #Leadercast17 Speakers by Brian Dodd

Collaborate Meetings is a publication for event professionals, and editor Hayley Panagakis was in attendance last week.

4 Powerful Steps to Defining Your Purpose by Collaborate Meetings

Mark Cundiff is another leadership blogger we were honored to have in attendance. He took the time to recap each speaker’s presentation. Here are his notes on Molly Fletcher’s talk.

What Fears Do You Currently Face? by Mark Cundiff

Plus, Molly Fletcher spent the day in the audience before and after she was on stage herself. Here are Molly’s takeaways.

Powered by Purpose at Leadercast 2017  by Molly Fletcher

If you were in attendance at Leadercast Live, we want to hear from you! Tell us what your experience in Atlanta or at any of the host sites around the world was like via any of our social media channels.

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