Adobe. Apple. Facebook. Intel. Oracle. eBay. How did they do it? More importantly, how ARE they doing it? Join Leadership Network to explore how successful tech companies become influencers and change-makers in their industry and the world.
THE 400 GATHERING
A once-in-a-lifetime experience in Silicon Valley
Attend with top pastors in North America through a unique, invite-only experience in Silicon Valley November 7-8.
The 400 Gathering gives influential senior and executive pastors the opportunity to learn from successful high tech business leaders about excellence in leadership, influence, change, organization structure and expansion.
How do we lead churches in a world that is constantly changing? Join us to share ideas and encouragement as you compare notes, share real frustrations and exchange ideas with leading pastors from churches facing similar challenges. Leave Silicon Valley knowing you have a community of pastors to lean on for support and friendship, and case studies to apply to your church’s growth and vision.
Hear from thought leaders and practitioners who have worked in and with the world’s most influential churches and companies.
Founding and Senior Pastor of Life.Church, known globally for its innovative use of technology to spread the Gospel.
Founding pastor of Connexus Church and is author of several books, including his latest best-selling work, Lasting Impact: 7 Powerful Conversations That Will Help Your Church Grow.
Founding and Senior Pastor of Crossroads, a multisite church in Cincinnati, OH. Crossroads started in 1995 with 11 people. Since then, the church has continued to do new things, growing to more than 28,000 people in 10 sites across the country.
Lead Pastor at South Bay Church in San Jose, CA. Andy and his team are serving as hosts of this year's 400 Gathering.
Entrepreneur and persuasion specialist, who has applied storytelling and visual thinking principles for business communicators at Apple, Cisco, Facebook, GE, Google, HP, TED, Twitter, and the World Bank.
Former executive editor of the Harvard Business Review, who writes on the detrimental effects the Internet has on our concentration and contemplation.
Who although began a MDiv degree at Bethel Seminary, learned his vocational skills were best used in the business world. Promod has appeared on the annual Forbes “Midas List” 12 times, including in 2004, when he was ranked the #1 venture capitalist in the world.
One of the earliest pioneers in the field of gamification and human-centered design. He has helped a variety of enterprises like Google, LEGO, Tesla, Verizon, Cisco, IBM, eBay, AIG, HP, Ericsson and Stanford University understand how and why people consistently engage in products, services and experiences.
A “hacker,” who for nearly a decade at Yahoo! has dominated Yahoo!’s Hackday competition, garnering the top honor for 13 times…a company record.