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Presents...

Leadership That Leaves a Legacy

The Fourth Annual Why You Should Attend

Hear dynamic speakers including General Hugh Shelton, Mr. Ross Perot, and Dr. John C. Maxwell Choose among concurrent sessions to gain insights and discuss issues This conference is ideal for personnel in the following areas: Corporate "Leadership Legacies Beyond the Corporate Edge" Higher Education "A Healthy Disregard for the Impossible: Leadership Initiatives" K-12 Education "Greater Educational Achievements Through Collaborative Partnerships" Community "Community Legacies: Giving Back to Your Community as a Leader" Network and share ideas with presenters and fellow leaders Learn how you can enhance your leadership skills through practical applications

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General Hugh Shelton Leadership Forum

November 11, 2005

McKimmon Conference and Training Center North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC

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General Hugh Shelton

Executive Director of General Hugh Shelton Leadership Initiative

Ross Perot

Founder and CEO of Perot Systems Corporation

Dr. John C. Maxwell

Entrepreneur, Author, and Speaker

Enroll Today!

Register on-line at www.ncsu.edu/sheltonleadership Call 919.515.2261, or Fax your registration form to 919.515.7614

Presented by the

Office of Extension, Engagement, and Economic Development

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Session Previews

The Fourth Annual

General Hugh Shelton Leadership Forum

November 11, 2005 McKimmon Conference and Training Center North Carolina State University · Raleigh, NC

8:45-10:00 a.m. Annual Shelton Leadership Address "Leadership That Leaves a Legacy" Featured Speaker: Mr. Ross Perot 10:30-11:45 a.m. Concurrent Sessions (1) Leadership Legacies Beyond the Corporate Edge Speakers: Mr. Bobby Long CEO of Granville Capital Inc. and Philanthropist Ms. Kate DCamp Senior Vice President of Human Resources of Cisco Dr. Tim Smith CEO of BioSignia This session will address how several leaders and corporations have established successful enterprises that have endured economic trials and sustained a legacy beyond the corporate edge. Panelists will address the importance of working with a corporation that has the potential of making important health contributions to society, cite examples of legacies, and explain what is involved in building a successful enterprise as an entrepreneur, describing beliefs in regards to social responsibility after accomplishing important initial career goals. After each panelist speaks, a question and answer time will be provided to engage the audience on the topic. (2) Executive Coaching: Leaving a Legacy Speakers: Ms. DJ Mitsch President of The Pyramid Resource Group Mr. George Habel Vice President of Capitol Broadcasting Sports Division/Durham Bulls and Wolfpack Sports Marketing As many leaders move toward the end of their current careers they begin asking legacy questions - "Have I made the impact I wanted to make in my work?"; "Have I groomed and developed the next cadre of leaders?"; "Will employees remember me as someone who made a difference in their lives?"; "What's next for me?"; "Can my avocation become a new vocation?"; "Did I make a difference in the world?" The speakers will present a real-life case study of how Mr. Habel utilized Coach Mitsch as his creative partner over the past ten years as he addressed employee job satisfaction, took on more responsibility, was promoted to VP, and began building his legacy at Capitol Broadcasting Company. Coach Mitsch and Mr. Habel will explore the five stages of a coaching partnership as it progresses from the first creative conversation to the implementation of significant and authentic actions. (3) The Bully Pulpit: A Thing of the Past? Speakers: Mr. Martin Lancaster President of North Carolina Community College System Dr. Pat McGuire President of Trinity University Dr. Larry Nielsen Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor of NC State University As noted educational leaders, the great college and university presidents of the past often spoke publicly and forcefully on social issues. Providing moral direction on difficult issues was expected of them. Some perceive today's presidents are reluctant to use the "Bully Pulpit," perhaps fearing that any resulting controversy might divide their campuses and offend key donors or legislators who approve their budgets. Panelists in this workshop will discuss their experiences with the Bully Pulpit. You will have an opportunity to put yourself in their presidential shoes and decide when and why they might speak out or remain silent.

"Our mission

is to inspire, educate and develop values-based leaders committed to personal integrity, professional ethics and selfless service."

What Makes This Program Unique

The General Hugh Shelton Leadership Forum is an annual seminar series that focuses attention on the importance of leadership development. The Forum is one program offering of the General Hugh Shelton Leadership Initiative administered by the NC State University Office of Extension, Engagement, and Economic Development. As Executive Director, General Shelton is committed to developing values-based leadership skills to enhance corporate, government, education, non-profit, and youth development organizations. The General Hugh Shelton Leadership Initiative offers scholarships, as well as executive, faculty, student, and youth development conferences. To learn more visit our website at www.ncsu.edu/sheltonleadership

Schedule At A Glance

8:00-8:45 a.m.

Registration

8:45-10:00 a.m.

Annual Shelton Leadership Address: "Leadership That Leaves a Legacy" Mr. Ross Perot

10:30-11:45 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions: · Leadership Legacies Beyond the Corporate Edge · Executive Coaching: Leaving a Legacy · The Bully Pulpit: A Thing of the Past? · A Healthy Disregard for the Impossible: Leadership Initiatives · Greater K-12 Educational Achievements Through Collaborative Partnerships · Community Legacies: Giving Back to Your Community as a Leader

12:00-1:30 p.m.

Luncheon and Special Tribute Celebration Honoring Veterans

1:45-3:00 p.m.

Keynote Presentation: "Achieving the Legacy You Want to Leave" Dr. John C. Maxwell

Featured Speakers

(4) A Healthy Disregard for the Impossible: Leadership Initiatives Speaker: Mr. Paul Pyrz CEO of Leadershape What would you do if you knew you could not fail? What difference would you make in the world? Many times we get caught up in the self imposed limitations placed on ourselves and forget to "play big." In this highly interactive program, we will look at the concept of having a "healthy disregard for the impossible" and how it applies to leadership development. Everyone CAN be a leader, and everyone CAN make a difference. Think of the possibilities. (5) Greater K-12 Educational Achievements Through Collaborative Partnerships Speakers: Dr. Bill Bosher Director of Commonwealth Educational Policy Institute and Dean of the School of Education at Virginia Commonwealth University Mr. Richard Coleman Director of Achievable Dream Academy Mr. John Hodge and Dr. Harvey Perkins The Urban Learning and Leadership Center, Inc. Aware of current concern for policy, schools, communities and partnerships/collaborations, this session will address how the Social, Academic and Moral Education (SAME) Framework assists high poverty schools make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and close the gap. The Achievable Dream Academy who piloted the framework is representative of how partnerships between local businesses and public schools can assist to close the gap and enhance student achievement. (6) Community Legacies: Giving Back to Your Community as a Leader Speakers: Ms. Penny Franklin The Community Group Mr. Ed Gore President of Sunset Beach and Twin Lakes, LLC Ms. Gail Hurst Hope Ministries Focusing on different perspectives toward grassroots/community contributions, panelists in this session will share how the power of one's idea can transform a community that will leave a sustainable legacy. 12:00-1:30 p.m. Luncheon and Special Tribute Celebration Honoring Veterans General Hugh Shelton, Presiding 1:45-3:00 p.m. Keynote Presentation "Achieving the Legacy You Want to Leave" Featured Speaker: Dr. John C. Maxwell As a leader and best-selling author of more than 30 books, Dr. John C. Maxwell will address how to achieve the legacy you want to leave as a leader. His presentation will reflect his work on how to develop as a leader, develop others around you as leaders, think for change, and reflect on the past to move forward in the future in order to direct a path to achieve the legacy you desire to leave.

General Hugh Shelton

General Henry Hugh Shelton, U.S. Army, Retired, served as the 14th chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1997 until his retirement in 2001. The NC State alumnus and Tarboro native is a decorated combat veteran of the Vietnam War and was the first member of the elite U.S. Army Special Forces - the Green Berets - to rise to the nation's top military post. Before serving as the principal military advisor to the President, the Secretary of Defense and the National Security Council, General Shelton was Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Special Operations Command, overseeing the Green Berets and the Navy Seals. General Shelton earned his commission through the Reserve Officers Training Corps at NC State, where he graduated in 1963 with a degree in textile engineering. He also earned a Master of Science degree from Auburn University before completing his training at the Air Command and Staff College and the National War College. The General now leads NC State's General Hugh Shelton Leadership Initiative and serves as a powerful example of leadership excellence. In September 2002, he was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal by the United States Congress.

Mr. Ross Perot

Ross Perot, founder and CEO of Perot Systems Corporation, is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, where he served as Class President, Battalion Commander, and Chairman of the Honor Committee. After serving four years in the Navy and having a successful career in sales for IBM, Mr. Perot started Electronic Data Systems (EDS) with a $1,000 loan from his wife, Margot. Over the next 22 years, EDS became one of the world's largest technology services firms. In 1984, Mr. Perot sold EDS to General Motors and in 1988 he founded a new technology services company, Perot Systems Corporation. In addition to his successful business career, Mr. Perot has also been active in public policy issues, including leading the Texans' War on Drugs Committee, and leading the effort to reform the public school system in Texas. Mr. Perot has received numerous awards and honors, including the Eisenhower Award, the Raoul Wallenberg Award, the Winston Churchill Award, the National Business Hall of Fame Award, the Horatio Alger Award, and in 2004 he was chosen as one of History's Ten Greatest Entrepreneurs.

Dr. John C. Maxwell

Dr. John C. Maxwell, known as America's expert on leadership, speaks in person to hundreds of thousands of people each year. He has communicated his leadership principles to Fortune 500 companies, the United States Military Academy at West Point, and sports organizations such as the NCAA, the NBA, and the NFL. As a cutting-edge entrepreneur, best-selling author, and dynamic speaker, John Maxwell has cultivated an extensive following among the most highly respected and influential business leaders across the globe. As a founder of several organizations such as Maximum Impact and INJOY Stewardship Services, Dr. Maxwell is committed to developing leaders of excellence and integrity by providing the finest resources and training for personal and professional growth. The New York Times best-selling author has written more than 30 books, including Winning with People, Thinking for a Change, Failing Forward: Turning Your Failures into Stepping Stones for Success, and Today Matters. Two of his books, Developing the Leader Within You and The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership have each sold more than one million copies. Arrangements for the appearance of Dr. John C. Maxwell have been made through BigSpeak!, Santa Barbara CA, www.BigSpeak.com.

Attend and You'll Receive

· Outstanding leadership professional development · A networking luncheon

least two weeks prior to the program.

Credits You Can Earn

Certificates will be provided upon the conclusion of this program if requested. If you are a teacher and need to earn Teacher Renewal Credits, you may be able to use the hours attended toward this requirement. Check with your county office prior to attending.

Schedule and Location

Check-in will take place beginning at 8:00 a.m. with sessions from 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. All sessions take place in the McKimmon Conference & Training Center, conveniently located on the NC State University campus at the corner of Western Boulevard and Gorman Street. Driving to the McKimmon Center is easy and public parking is plentiful. Following your registration, you will receive a confirmation letter with detailed instructions and a map of the Raleigh area. For more information, you can also visit our website at ContinuingEducation.ncsu.edu or call 919.515.2261.

Where to Stay

A special conference rate of $72 per night has been obtained at the hotel listed below. You must mention that you are participating in this conference at the McKimmon Center to receive the special rate. The Holiday Inn-Brownstone 1707 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 919.828.0811 (includes breakfast buffet for up to 2 persons) Discounted McKimmon rates are also available at other hotels. For additional hotels available, go to ContinuingEducation.ncsu.edu You must request the McKimmon Center rate to receive a special rate for this program.

If You Are a Person with a Disability

and desire assistive devices, services, or other accommodations to participate in this program, please contact us at 919.515.2261 or email [email protected] at

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Leadership That Leaves a Legacy

The Fourth Annual

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