The One-Day Leadership Event in Plano Offers Rare Opportunity for Cross-Cultural Learning and Networking with World-Class Experts
The Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law (SWIICL) at The Center for American and International Law (CAIL) is pleased to announce the launch of its CAIL Global Leadership Institute. This one-day program, set to take place at CAIL's education center in Plano, TX, on June 20, is designed to empower global leadership and foster an international network of change-makers.
The CAIL Global Leadership Institute focuses on enhancing leadership and communication skills in a global context with attendees from over twenty countries. Guided by seasoned leaders from diverse business backgrounds, participants will delve into the pillars of effective leadership, communication, and relationship building.
Among the distinguished faculty are Karlynn Holbrook, MA, SHRM-SCP, a senior manager at Disney Parks, Curtis Frasier, former Chairman of the Board at Shell Midstream Partners, and leaders from organizations such as Mary Kay Inc., Susan G. Komen, and Strava.
The program will begin with a Global Leaders Reception and Networking Dinner at Legacy West in Plano. The following day's itinerary includes a variety of interactive sessions ranging from Leadership Mindset' by PJ Dunn and “From Transactional to Transformational: Leading in a Global World” by Holbrook, to a concluding workshop on 'Authentic Relationship Building' by Gindi Eckel Vincent, Assistant General Counsel at Honeywell.
"In today's interconnected world, leadership is about continuous learning, adaptation, and global understanding," said Jay Ray, director at SWIICL. "We're thrilled to provide a platform that brings leaders from across the globe together for collaborative learning and future shaping."
This new initiative is co-sponsored by CAIL's Institute for Energy Law, CAIL's Institute for Law and Technology, and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, making it a joint venture towards a more interconnected global leadership network.
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About the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law - The Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law (SWIICL) was founded in Dallas, Texas, in 1963 as a division of The Center for American and International Law, an international nonprofit educational institution for lawyers, judges, and law enforcement professionals. Since 1963, SWIICL has offered annual programs focusing on international business transactions and private investments worldwide while developing professional relationships among distinguished lawyers, business leaders, and government officials worldwide. SWIICL's premier annual event is the Academy of American and International Law. This multi-week program has provided more than 3,300 participants from 130 countries the opportunity to study American law and processes in the United States.