Image

Central Exchange Leadership Lyceum

The Central Exchange Leadership Lyceum is the signature leadership development event for women and men in the Kansas City area. Each year, the Lyceum attracts close to a thousand participants for a day of nationally recognized speakers and networking. The all-day event was launched in 2002 as The Central Exchange Women’s Lyceum focused on helping women develop their leadership capabilities. In 2010, the event was rebranded as The Central Exchange Leadership Lyceum targeting a broader audience.

Brand You: Know Yourself. Make Yourself Known.

The goal for the 2015 Lyceum is to present the premier leadership event in Kansas City focused on leadership through branding. The program will provide attendees with strategies and techniques to tell your story by understanding, building, changing and enhancing your brand capabilities. Attendees should leave the conference able to:

•           Recognize key attributes of a successful brand

•           Learn from leaders about their brand journeys

•           How to create or reinvent a company or individual brand overtime

•           Identify strategies to manage a social media reputation

 

Central Exchange provides the venue and voice for women seeking to reach their full personal and professional potential. Founded in 1980, our membership of 900+ women and men from the Kansas City metro area includes managers and executives, business owners, non-profit and civic leaders and community volunteers. With more than 400 programs a year, CX offers a wide variety of professional development opportunities and networking events that provide resources and connections for members to advance their careers and build their businesses. Central Exchange leadership development programs create a pool of highly qualified leaders available for executive positions in the Kansas City area. This supports our strategic initiative win|win, a business case for Kansas City, to increase gender diversity at the top of area companies. For more information, visit www.centralexchange.org.