Legacy can’t be measured by your company’s bottom line. It goes beyond financial success to reflect how you impact your industry, your community, and the lives of your employees. It’s about what you build and who you help along the way. It’s about how you will be remembered and continue to influence others.

Join us and other second-stage* business owners on  Oct. 22-24, 2019, for “Your Leadership Legacy.” In this peer-learning program, participants will:

  • Learn about Ed Lowe’s journey and his passion for helping future generations of entrepreneurs.
  • Enjoy the the time and space to craft your own legacy through the art of storytelling.
  • Learn how to leverage self-reflection to advance your vision.

A leader’s legacy is determined by each day, each decision, each phase of his or her career. Be intentional about your legacy by investing the necessary time and effort to make it both extraordinary and enduring!

Part of your unique experience at the foundation will be with a special musical guest, Robin Nott. Robin combines storytelling and folk singing to awaken audiences of all ages to their authentic personal imaginative worlds. On the wings of a story and a song, Robin enables listeners to experience new worlds through the eyes of a child; pure, brightly colored, just, wonder-filled, and blessed with song. Robin will tell you his true story, while listening for and honoring yours. And since this event is close to Halloween we’ve decided to add ghost stories and music to our time around the campfire. We’re confident you are going to love this memorable event!

Logistics: Held at Big Rock Valley, the Edward Lowe Foundation’s learning campus in southwest Michigan. Arrival window is from 3 – 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22, and the program wraps up by noon on Thursday, Oct. 24.

Cost: $800 per participant, which includes program facilitation, lodging and meals.

Contact: To register or get more information, email Rita Phillips at rita@lowe.org.

*Second-stage companies generally have 6-99 employees and $1 million to $50 million in annual revenue.

Ed Lowe took self-reflection (what he referred to as “pondering”) very seriously and built it into his daily regimen. He viewed pondering as “ an in-depth concentrating procedure…a time when your mind communicates with YOU.”

Special Guest Robin Nott

Robin has been storytelling and folksinging with audiences of all ages since 1983. Mr. Nott has told stories in schools, libraries, scout programs, state and national parks, churches, conferences, and festivals of all kinds. Robin Nott has been an arts educator for 42 years, has taught Oral Tradition (storytelling) for 29 years, has directed theater since 1974, and has been a musician since 1964.