Chris Hadfield and Captain Phillips to speak at The Art of Leadership Vancouver 2015

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The Art of Leadership is coming to Vancouver, and on September 14, five internationally renowned authors and leaders will share their own unique experiences and achievements in the world of leadership. From sailors, to authors, to astronauts, these exceptional individuals will show you what leadership means, what it can do and how to implement it.

The role of a leader in the modern world is a dynamic one. As the corporate landscape changes, connecting people and ideas in effective, organized and efficient ways can be challenging. The Art of Leadership is designed to respond to these changes, and the ways they impact leadership functions every day. From practical tips to innovative strategies, The Art of Leadership provides leaders with directly related, easily applied tools and techniques that can be implemented within any corporate culture.

Speakers

  • Col. Chris Hadfield – Astronaut and first Canadian Commander of the International Space Station
  • Captain Phillips – Real life inspiration for the movie “Captain Phillips,” and New York Times bestselling author of “A Captain’s Duty”
  • Gretchen Rubin – #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of “The Happiness Project,” “Happier at Home” and “Better Than Before”
  • Marshall Goldsmith – New York Times bestseller and world-renowned leadership expert
  • Dr. Liane Davey – New York Times bestselling author of “You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and Get Stuff Done”

Passes and pricing

General Pass – This investment will give you access to an unparalleled gathering of marketing gurus and professionals with seating available on a first come, first seated basis. Includes:

  • Theatre seating directly behind VIP and Platinum reserved sections
  • Book signing opportunities with speakers
  • Recent issue of The Art of Magazine
  • Cost: $449 per attendee + GST

VIP Pass – Attend The Art of Leadership as a VIP guest! This exclusive package takes care of the details so you can sit back and enjoy the day. Includes:

  • Express VIP entrance
  • Reserved premier seating beginning at the third row
  • Book signing opportunity with speakers
  • Exclusive three course networking lunch
  • Recent issue of The Art of Magazine
  • An eco-friendly tote bag, notebook and pen
  • Copies of 3 featured bestselling books:
    • A Captain’s Duty – Captain Richard Phillips
    • Triggers – Marshall Goldsmith
    • Better Than Before – Gretchen Rubin
  • Cost: $699 per attendee + GST

Platinum Pass – Experience The Art of Leadership to its fullest! This exclusive package allows you to fully maximize your experience and extract the most value and content from this remarkable day of learning and networking. Includes:

  • Exclusive photo opportunity & book signing with Colonel Chris Hadfield
  • Express entrance
  • Reserved premier classroom seating section beginning in the first row
  • Book signing opportunities with speakers
  • Exclusive three course networking lunch
  • Recent issue of The Art of Magazine
  • An eco-friendly tote bag, notebook and pen
  • Copies of 5 featured bestselling books:
    • A Captain’s Duty – Captain Richard Phillips
    • Triggers – Marshall Goldsmith
    • Better Than Before – Gretchen Rubin
    • An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth – Chris Hadfield
    • You First – Dr. Liane Davey
  • Cost: 899 + GST

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The Art of Leadership Vancouver 2015

When: Tuesday, September 14, 2015

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where: Vancouver Convention Centre – 1055 Canada Place

Website: www.theartof.com

Twitter: @theartof / #TheArtOf

 

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