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Moving From Vision to Reality

  • Jul 29, 2008 · 12:00 PM
  • CyberSpace

COST: Free, we'll send you the number to dial-in to the event.
HOST: Sponsored by Resiligence
READ ABOUT THE BOOK: "Moving from Vision to Reality"

Enjoy an hour with us on the phone to explore the process of fulfilling one’s true purpose. By combining business and biblical principles, we can harness our visions and develop strategies for putting our plans into action. Cyril Rayan author of the book "Moving from Vision to Reality” will be spending an hour with publisher Mitchell Levy discussing this topic. It should be fun, entertaining and educational. Those that participate will walk away with the following:

  • Ten strategies for personal leadership development
  • Practical steps to take to achieve these strategies
  • An understanding of the difference between a leader and a manager
  • Ways to find great mentors
  • How to eliminate the impact of weaknesses in the team

Author Joe Pelayo believes that “'Moving From Vision to Reality' leads the reader to embrace a higher vision and then follow the calling… A modern day 'Think & Grow Rich.'”

Cyril Rayan is an accomplished professional who maintains a passion for leadership and a desire to develop skills in leaders around him. With more than 13 years of experience in International marketing and sales and 15 years experience working in the semiconductor/software industry, Rayan has been well exposed to various leadership structures. This experience has led Cyril Rayan to develop several seminars and courses on leadership, and he has spoken as a guest lecturer at many different conferences. Currently, Rayan teaches Marketing, Management, and Leadership courses as an Assistant Professor at Bethany University. He is also an adjunct professor at William Jessup University and Jubilee Bible College. In 2007 Rayan published his book on leadership, “Moving from Vision to Reality”, which was an award winning finalist in the usabooknews general business category. In March 2008, Cyril Rayan finished his tour in Kenya, Africa in which he trained more than 300 leaders in four different cities speaking in conferences titled "Moving from Vision to Reality”. Rayan holds a master's degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Santa Clara University and is carrying out his current vision for a campus safety start-up Resiligence. If you are interested in reading more about his ideas, visit Rayan’s blog site.

Participants will be able to get their specific questions addressed. Sign up for this event and we'll send you the dial-in number.

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  • Lou Anne M.

    This was a great speaker!

    July 30, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    Mitch conducted an excellent Charlie Rose-type interview with author Cyril Rayan effectively highlighting the thrust of his book on leadership.

    July 30, 2008

  • iris i.

    Great book, great author, great thoughts and ideas. I will definitely recommend and quote this book and the author in my conversations on leadership.

    July 29, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    Cyril Rayan is articulate and concise and has some fresh ideas on leadership. Mitchell is a thoughtful interviewer, considerate of both the speaker and the audience.

    July 29, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    Good information from someone worth listening to! Cyril was concise and gave good classic information with some interesting additions. Mr. Levy did a nice job as moderator. He reviewed when needed, dug when needed, and left it alone when needed.

    July 29, 2008

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