Oklahoma Wesleyan University is proud to announce Tomorrow Needs Leaders with John C. Maxwell on March 21-22 as part of the 2023 Dunn Institute conference.
Community leaders are invited to the event focused on generating powerful, positive leadership for leaders in every industry.
“Oklahoma Wesleyan University is dedicated to equipping students to become leaders in their field,” said Dr. Jim Dunn, president of OKWU. “John Maxwell is one of the world’s most influential experts on leadership, and we are excited to bring him to Bartlesville this year.”
John C. Maxwell is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, speaker, coach, and leader who has sold more than 34 million books. He is the founder of Maxwell Leadership®—the leadership development organization helping people lead powerful, positive change. Maxwell has been recognized as the #1 leader in business and as the world’s most influential leadership expert, training tens of millions of leaders worldwide—from Fortune 500 CEOs and national leaders to entrepreneurs and the leaders of tomorrow.
The Tomorrow Needs Leaders Dinner with John C. Maxwell is on March 21. The event, which is held at The Center in downtown Bartlesville, will begin at 6:45 p.m. Tickets for the dinner go on sale on January 21.
“Oklahoma Wesleyan University is dedicated to equipping students to become leaders in their field,” said President Dunn.
Limited sponsorships are available that include special passes to events like a VIP Meet-and-Greet and Private Leadership Breakfast with John C. Maxwell. You can inquire about event sponsorships online or call 918-335-6234.
From March 21-22, Maxwell will headline The Dunn Institute, speaking at private events for church leaders, ministry students, and community leaders. The two-day invitation-only conference benefits pastors and students with leadership instruction and inspiration.
For more information about the Tomorrow Needs Leaders Dinner, click here.
The Dunn Institute was founded at OKWU to maximize the effectiveness of church ministry by equipping Wesleyan pastors to face the administrative, management, and leadership challenges of the local church. Church leaders benefit from instruction on pertinent topics to make an immediate difference in their ministries during a yearly conference.