Special Luncheon with Canada’s Hockey Legend “Four People Who Influenced My Life: Integrating business, life and faith”
Paul Henderson is a Canadian hockey legend. He played over 1,000 games in his professional career with the NHL and WHA, during which he scored 376 goals. But it was his “Goal of the Century”, the winning goal that clinched the victory for Canada against Russia in the 1972 Summit Series, that made him a national hero.
Since retiring from professional hockey, Paul has invested his life mentoring and teaching countless men and women. He has co-authored several books, including his latest, “The Goal of My Life: A Memoir”. He is a top motivational speaker, drawing on his experience from the competitive professional sports world to help leaders in the business world navigate through issues like teamwork and leadership.
Join Paul as he shares his powerful faith journey and how it relates to life, leadership, character, and family, as well as some of the life lessons he has learned from his own mentors.
Kemptville’s LeaderImpact group is hosting the event right here at Catered Affairs, Kemptville Campus Education & Community Hub on March 29 from 12pm-1:30pm. Tickets are $20 to cover the costs of the venue and lunch.
Register Online: kemptville-leaderimpact-forum-paulh.eventbrite.ca.
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