Accelerating Leadership: How to Accelerate the Development of Emerging Leaders!


Eddie Turner
The Leadership Excelerator™


7:000 am - 9:00 am


Clubs of Prestonwood – The Creek
15909 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX 75248

There is an urgent need for effective leadership in our institutions of higher learning, government and corporations. Emerging leaders are all around us, but they need help developing into effective leaders. This keynote will explain what it means to be a leader, and outline the process needed to build leadership in oneself and in others, through appropriate development techniques. Attendees will leave with an enhanced ability to:

  • Define and identify effective leadership
  • Recognize opportunities for emerging leaders to practice leadership
  • Recommend effective methods for leadership development

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Organizational leaders who want to accelerate the development of emerging leaders call Eddie Turner, The Leadership Excelerator.™ Eddie been described as “The Consummate Friendly Professional” and has worked for several of the world’s most admired companies, including Accenture, Apple, Dell, Deloitte, ExxonMobil and GE. He is passionate about working with leaders to “Accelerate Performance and Drive Impact!”™ through the power of coaching, facilitation and professional speaking. Eddie is also a national media commentator.

Eddie holds international certifications as a trainer, facilitator and coach. He is an alumnus of Northwestern University, where he studied Leadership and Organization Behavior, and of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where he completed the “Art and Practice of Leadership Development” executive education program. Eddie is now an Adaptive Leadership practitioner and a member of the Adaptive Leadership Network.

Eddie’s new book, 140 Simple Messages To Guide Emerging Leaders, will be released in August. Inspired by his love for social media, the book is a just-in-time resource for emerging leaders, filled with 140 short, simple, yet powerful Twitter-sized messages that are easy to read, and easy to share on social media. To learn more, watch this short video, or visit Eddie’s website,