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GLS Business Event Toolkit

By Lisa GagelerNo Comments

Hosting your very own GLS Business event is as simple as READY, SET, GO!

  1. View the suggested program overview and determine the best fit for your participants (see Production Kit).
    Note: Additional speaker options available.
  2. Decide what format type of GLS Business you’d like to run (one full-day, half-day, lunch-time series, or spacing sessions out throughout the year).
  3. Determine how to best action each of the four pillars of GLS Business.

Dream Big

Enlarge your vision to engage as many people as possible (within your attendance cap).

Make It Yours

You are empowered to run GLS Business at a time and location of your choosing through until 31 December.

Create A Wow

Get creative to generate excitement and present a truly memorable event.

Live It Out

Activate participants to reflect, discuss and take meaningful next steps.
  1. Consider what fun and special elements you can include making a fantastic experience for your participants.
  2. Read the Production, Tech and Event resources in the Production Kit.
  3. Use the tools in the Marketing Kit to promote your event.
  1. Print off or download any required resources (e.g. Notebook, Certificates)
  2. Prepare your GLS Business speaker videos and event clips, found in the GLS Business Content Vault.
  3. Roll out your GLS Business experience.

Use these ready-made digital files for easy and effective promotions. Simply click on each item to download. Feel free to edit them to add in your local details (date, location, how to register etc).

Digital Files

Here you can access the program overview, participant notebook, event resources and helpful production tips to create a successful Summit experience.

2022 Program Overview

The GLS Business can be run over the course of one full day, half days or 4 individual sessions.

GLS Business Notebook

Additional Event Resources

Production Tips

It’s time to get ready to host your very own GLS Business!

1. The GLS Business Content Vault is password-protected. Your unique password was emailed along with your purchase confirmation. For assistance or to upgrade your package, contact

  • Pre-Packaged content, or
  • Select individual items from the expanded choice of speaker content.

2. Facilitation / Hosting: During the GLS Business there are built-in personal reflection moments, group discussion, and leadership activities. These will be led by your chosen facilitators and host.

Host Tips

The role of the host is to connect the dots throughout the day. They are like a steward, giving instructions and bringing people together.

  • Select a suitable person for the role of host. He or she will help participants know what is expected of them and give instructions around break times and session details.
  • Connect with the Facilitator in advance to confirm any specific announcements that need to be communicated throughout the sessions.

Facilitator Tips

To help maximise your participant’s Summit experience and foster a unique learning environment:

  • Select a suitable person for the role of facilitator. He or she will help participants draw out key learnings from each session through stimulating group discussion and personal reflection times.
  • Choose someone who is an excellent communicator – warm, engaging and displays good energy from the front of the room. Brief them about their specific role so they can lead these times with confidence.
  • The best facilitators are those who guide the learning process but do not feel the need to add their own teaching to what’s been shared by the Summit speakers. This will best be done by breaking GLS Business participants into smaller groups of 5 – 8 people to increase participation.
  • The facilitator should familiarise themselves with the GLS Business Notebook paying particular attention to the facilitation questions listed for each of the Summit speakers. These questions will be focus points for reflection moments and group discussion.
  • The facilitator needs to give participants enough time to reflect, discuss and write their action steps before directing them to break times.
  • When communicating leadership activities, be clear with your instructions. Speak slowly and make sure the participants understand what you are asking them do.