The next I3 event will be held on Wednesday, April 1 at Wisconsin Lutheran College.
I3 is a power luncheon for business leaders to network with Christian leaders, be inspired through excellent keynotes and discussions, and ignite a passion for servant leadership to impact those within their sphere of influence.
Registration and networking begin at 10:45 a.m. At 11:45, enjoy a luncheon and the keynote address by Greg Marshall, Chief Storyteller and Producer at CI Design, titled "The Leadership Paradox: Why doing what works might be totally wrong."
Caring for ourselves is often the best way to improve how we lead others. Moving forward requires stepping back and going deeper. Maximizing our success usually starts with re-imagining what it means to be successful. Mastering an area of knowledge typically means embracing paradox, complexity, and mystery more than certainty. If we're not thoughtful about our leadership tendencies and our foundational assumptions about success, then we might be doing something that "works" on the surface while damaging something important below the surface. Greg's presentation will explore this topic with stories, insights, and examples that will encourage you while helping you reflect on potential areas of growth.
After the keynote, Jeremy Bock, Executive Director of the Center for Christian Leadership at WLC, will facilitate a discussion with Greg, followed by an audience Q&A session. The event will conclude by 1:15 p.m.
Tickets are $50 per person or $350 for a corporate table of six. The registration deadline is March 25.
If you have questions about the event or would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jeremy Bock at 414.443.8935 or by email.
Recreation Complex - Siebert Center
8725 West Wisconsin Avenue
Free event parking is available in the Parking Center at 8701 West Wisconsin Avenue.
Chief Storyteller and Producer at CI Design
Greg Marshall is Chief Storyteller and Producer at CI Design, a creative marketing agency in Milwaukee's Third Ward. He assists organizations with design-thinking to achieve marketing objectives, using storytelling, strategy, and activation. Greg's story includes working as a therapist for children who have autism, starting a publishing company, being a full-time hip hop artist, co-founding a music mentorship nonprofit, and growing a creative marketing company. Greg has won national and international awards for his writing and producing, including two Emmy wins and several Emmy nominations. He is also a Milwaukee Business Journal 40 Under 40 recipient. Greg is married to Laura, and they live with their four daughters in Milwaukee's Sherman Park.
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