Global Leadership Summit going online this year — in a month’s time!

The annual Global Leadership Summit (GLS) in South Africa is going online this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, say the hosts Global Leadership Network (GLN) SA.

The decision to go digital with SA’s largest leadership conference which is normally a big-screen-driven experience in multiple venues across the country was taken after considering the Covid-19 situation in SA and the example of the GLN in USA which decided in May to go online instead of holding the main GLS at the Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago.

In addition to bringing the global best-practice leadership training of the GLS which integrates Christian values and principle-based decisionmaking to people in the comfort of their lounges and offices, another new feature of the GLS 2020 in South Africa is that people who register will enjoy the convenience of on-demand access to sessions for a week after the live-streaming of the event over two days.

You can register for the online GLS package of your choice at The online events will be streamed on dates in October and November.

“We believe so strongly in the transformative power of this year’s sessions, that we want to make sure that as many teams as possible can benefit from it,” says GLN SA.

Tickets, starting as low as R180 for scholars (individual viewing ticket) and ranging up to R430 for a premier adult package (individual viewing ticket), provide registrants with access to a w0rld-class faculty of experts and influencers.

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