On November 21, 2019 from 8am – 10:30am at the Jordon Commons Megaplex Theatre, Nexus IT hosted our second breakfast and learn focused on the Secrets to Leadership Success. We’re incredibly grateful for each and every individual who came out and joined us to learn more about creating hyper-functioning, highly effective teams, as well as gather insight on how to develop ourselves personally as leaders in our businesses and in our local community.
The breakfast and learn was a huge success with great attendees, and of course, great takeaways from our presenters, including:
Dr. Jeb Hurley focused on discussing team building and/or strengthening as he reviewed the ins and outs of building more conscience leadership amongst them. He talked about the challenges, and in some cases, toxic environments that can be created as people get together to work towards something. He went into detail about how to overcome those challenges, and ultimately, build an extraordinary team while excelling as a leader yourself.
Brian Miller focused on discussing the magic and miracle of personal leadership – sharing some of the lessons and insights he’s learned from watching his parents build a multi-billion-dollar business from scratch. He also discussed the high price his parents and his family paid, and in that endeavor, how he believes achievers can succeed at a high level without paying a similarly high price.
Chase and his father have spent the past 6 years focused on bringing humanity to the homeless in our local community. They founded Project Empathy as an effort to help those in need get back on their feet. They initially started with looking around and asking themselves, “how do we help these people?” and found that the best way to help was to sit down, have a meal, and have a conversation.
These three speakers, two of which are world-renowned authors and one of which is a child with a huge heart making a huge impact, made our event undeniably valuable to those who attended.
It should come as no surprise that for those struggling with homelessness, winter is a difficult time of year. Many go without the attire we consider necessary to combat the cold: hats, mitts, coats, and for some, even shoes on their feet. We’re proud to say that our attendees contributed to an incredible effort to help bring humanity to the homeless. They worked together to create approximately 150 winter care packages to bring a bit of warmth and comfort to those in need during this cold season.
Project Empathy has been distributing these winter care packages to the homeless in our community. In addition, half of the proceeds of ticket sales for our breakfast and learn went towards their efforts.
Stay tuned for our next leadership event on March 20, 2020! Call us at if you’d like to receive more details and RSVP now before we get too booked up.
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