Bellevue – Breakfast with Daniel Hallak

By February 7, 2019 February 22nd, 2019 Bellevue Events

Friday, March 1st, 2019
7:00-8:30 am

“Changing the Future One Relationship at a Time”

Daniel Hallak

Chief Commercial Officer
WiLD Leaders

Nothing gets Dr. Daniel Hallak more excited than the opportunity to build authentic relationships and intentionally develop leaders. As the Chief Commercial Officer at WiLD Leaders, Daniel drives strategic commercial initiatives, and other operations, product development, and marketing efforts that support the development of whole leaders. He is known for bringing energy and thoughtful research-based practices that actually make a difference. Before WiLD, he spent over a decade developing whole leaders in business, academic, and not-for-profit settings. He’s run his own coaching practice and has had experiences as a recruiter at Microsoft, a Career Management Consultant at Right Management Consultants and in a leadership development role at Slalom Consulting. He’s also served as a coach, professor, and advisor at three higher education institutions including Seattle Pacific University, where he helped build a new graduate business program from the ground up.

Daniel and Kristin have been married for nearly a decade and have the adventure of working to raise three kids to become courageous and sacrificial leaders themselves. Daniel and his family attend Downtown Cornerstone Church, where he leads a community group.

Topic Summary:
A network of trusting relationships is key to growing as a professional and for opening doors to make a Kingdom impact through our work.

But what about the unlikely people in our midst who don’t have the social capital needed to access opportunities? How can we come alongside them to elevate their connectivity and influence?

Daniel will share his story of how leaders have invested deeply in him and how we can develop the next generation of leaders by stewarding our wealth of relationships to advance God’s Kingdom.

Location:
Maggiano’s-Bellevue, 10455 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA 98004
Phone: (425) 519-6476
Doors open at 6:40 am

Parking/Entrance:
Parking garage is off of 8th St and Bellevue Way, in the Lincoln Square North garage (across from the Bellevue Square mall.) Parking is free with validation.

Please use the entrance into Maggiano’s from inside of Lincoln Square North. The entrance is near the elevators located on the first floor near Woods Coffee.

Registration fee:
$29 until Monday, February 25th.
$34 February 26th to February 28th at 5pm.
$39 for walk-in registrations.
Credit card only accepted at events.
Registration closes at 5pm on Thursday, February 28th.

Refund policy:
$24 refund provided for breakfast registration if cancellation is 4 days or more prior to the event; after that time, there will be no refunds or credits.

Name tags:
Name tags will be printed for those that register by Thursday morning, February 28th.

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February 25, 2019

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Attendee List

  •  Alan Andersen
  •  Ariel Brookbank
  •  Tracy Brooks
  •  Jack Byrne
  •  Kathy Captain
  •  Beverly Carter
  •  Bob Champoux
  •  Gloria Chien
  •  Earl Creps
  •  Tom Dabasinskas
  •  Tori Dabasinskas
  •  Ilse de Villiers
  •  Eric Drivdahl
  •  Albert Erisman
  •  Nancy Erisman
  •  Brooke Galberth
  •  Duane Harter
  •  Julie Heisey
  •  Scott Hommas
  •  Molly Huber
  •  John Kaminski
  •  Paige Lange
  •  Suzi Luke
  •  Sandi MacCalla
  •  Charlene MacMillan
  •  Chris Mann
  •  Ryan Mashburn
  •  Kemper McQuaid
  •  Jeremy Minor
  •  Doug Peterson
  •  Ryan Shope
  •  Nancy Smith
  •  Adam Snow
  •  Vicki Somppii
  •  Jean Sung
  •  Dave Tighe
  •  Grace Wang
  •  Brian Whitney
  •  Denise Young

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