The Standing Tall event has been postponed, pending sponsorship support. We hope to reschedule for a later date in 2016.
View event sponsorship opportunities here (disregard sponsor deadline)
Contact Drew Little at (406) 587-3113 if you are interested in bringing this event to Bozeman
Gallant Chance Ranch and Prospera Business Network proudly present
Standing Tall: An Ethical-Leadership Workshop for Business People
Tuesday, April 5
8:45 - 9:00 a.m. Arrivals & Registration
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Interactive Workshop
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Catered Lunch
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. VIP Reception (Invitation only, open to event sponsors and Prospera President's Circle Members)
The Commons at Baxter and Love
1794 Baxter Lane, East Bozeman
Early Bird Pricing Through March 17th
Single Ticket, $75
4-Pack Ticket Bundle, $300
8-Pack Ticket Bundle, $600
Regular Pricing Effective March 18th
Single Ticket, $90
4-Pack Ticket Bundle, $360
8-Pack Ticket Bundle, $720
Registration Deadline Friday, March 25th
Event will be open seating. Tables will be reserved for those purchasing an 8-pack ticket bundle.
Kent Noble, Executive Director
Center for Cowboy Ethics & Leadership
ABOUT THIS EVENT
Developed by the Center for Cowboy Ethics and Leadership in partnership with University of Wyoming College of Business, the workshop is designed for business people who want to be principled leaders in their companies, industries, and communities.
With its fresh, personalized approach, Standing Tall will guide participants in:
- Reflecting on what matters most to you,
- Exploring the core values you want to stand for,
- Defining the personal code you want to live by.
Standing Tall is a thought-provoking shared experience anchored in the common-sense principals of the Code of the West, and the belief that true integrity can only come from within. Focusing on your own set of personal principles-the inner compass that will guide you in both your life and your career- is what this workshop is all about.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Workshop facilitator Kent Noble has a rich background in higher education, college athletics, and broadcasting. Over the past three years, he has been delivering Standing Tall talks across the country. To date, he has conducted nearly 200 sessions for business, government, and community leaders. In total, audiences representing more than 40 states and 20 countries have enjoyed his presentations.
The non-profit Center for Cowboy Ethics and Leadership was founded in 2006 by Jim Owen, author of the best-selling book Cowboy Ethics. The center is dedicated to the belief that "everyone needs a code... a creed to live by." Through its content and programs, the Center encourages people to examine the personal values and principles that anchor their lives, guide their actions, and nourish their sense of deeper purpose.
“This presentation was fantastic! Informative, engaging, with a specific call to action for participants. The presenter was exceptional, making the toping of ethics logical and action oriented. As a participant, you leave knowing you can make a difference in our society with courage and commitment to your code.” Lori Ridgway, Director of Workforce Development, Central Wyoming College
ABOUT GALLANT CHANCE RANCH
Established as a 501(C)(3) in 2011, Gallant Chance Ranch (GCR) works with teens from Gallatin County Youth Probation and from local the local high schools to help them become a success rather than a grim statistic. Their program is a four-phase, year-round program and is based off of The Code of the West and Cowboy Ethics. GCR's mission is to inspire teens to D.R.E.A.M., Develop Responsible, Employable & Ambitious Mindsets through the power of horses, hard work and The Code of the West. More information at http://gallantchanceranch.org.