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November 16, 2022
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
FHSU Memorial Union
700 College Dr
Hays, KS 67601
$99.00 (Special pricing thanks to Hays Chamber & Sunflower Electric Power Corp)
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FHSU Management Development Center Workshop: Leadercast 2022: The ONE Thing

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Ten of the world's most influential & acclaimed leaders share the stage for one amazing day to answer the same question: What is the one thing that makes a leader worth following? Every Leadercast participant walks away inspired, better equipped, & motivated to lead in new ways.

By popular demand, Leadercast is returning this November! We will hear from five influential leaders (featured below) & discuss their "One Thing" that makes a leader worth following. Dr. Robert Lloyd, award-winning teacher & researcher, will facilitate peer-to-peer discussion around this invaluable content. Join us for a seminar that will leave you with transformation insights & the motivation to grow into a leader worth following.

Angela Duckworth

Founder & CEO of Character Lab, & NY Times best-selling author
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Becoming a Gritty Leader

Grit is passion & perseverance for long-term goals. All high achievers have some level of skill or ability with their craft, but it's their grittiness that sets them apart.

David Horsager

CEO of Trust Edge Leadership Institute
8 Pillars for Increasing Trust

People love to be around & follow people they can trust. Trust is defined as a confident belief in a person, product, or organization. At their core, most failures are actually trust issues, but they get blamed on leadership, sales, or something else. That means that a lack of trust is the biggest expense you have.

Andy Stanley

Best-selling author, pastor, & founder of North Point Ministries
Applying the Principle of Focus

When we think of the great leaders in our lives who set the example for our own leadership, we often make two assumptions: one, good leaders are good at everything; & two, they become well-rounded by focusing on their weaknesses in order to make them strengths. But these two leadership myths are absolutely false. When we focus our time & energy into marginally improving our weaknesses instead of fully exploiting our strengths, we never become the best at doing what we're best at.

Molly Fletcher

CEO, Best Selling Author, Sports Agent
Combating Complacency with the Drive to Win

What is it about athletes that we admire so much & want to replicate in our own lives? Seeing them win is inspiring, but what we actually admire most are the things that transcend sports: their resiliency, dedication, & drive.

Catherine Price

Science Journalist, Teacher, Consultant, & Best-selling Author
Prioritizing Fun to Feel Alive Again

Fun is often something we pursue when everything else is taken care of, & we have extra time in our day to do something we enjoy. The problem with that approach is, as leaders, most of us don't find extra time. As a result, fun gets pushed to the wayside. Our jobs & days become all work & no play & we don't feel as alive as we have in the past.

Robert Lloyd


Dr. Robert Lloyd is an award-winning teacher & researcher in the Department of Management at Fort Hays State University. In addition to teaching management courses, he has led students on travel courses to the Caribbean, South America, & Europe. He serves as the lead consultant for the Management Development Center & regularly provides guest lectures at universities around the world. Dr. Lloyd brings more than a decade of industry experience to higher education. In addition to private-industry consulting, he also managed his own fertilizer merchandising firm & real estate investments. He worked for six years as a commodities marketer for Koch Industries in Wichita, KS, spent several summers on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska as an outdoor adventure guide & manager, & served one season as auxiliary staff at McMurdo Station in Antarctica. He speaks fluent Spanish & conversational German & French.

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