1. What kind of people attend the Transforum Conference?
Our events attract a diverse group of people, representative of a variety of focus areas: business, ministry, family, church, government, and education to name a few. Despite the variety of industries and individual calling, they all have one thing in common: a desire to impact the culture.
Many are actively impacting their community; others are ready to be equipped for transformation. And everyone is self-motivated, pulling on the wisdom of the speakers and workshop leaders, and sharing freely with others.
2. What makes this conference different from other conferences?
Our message and our approach. Our primary goal is that Transforum is a transformational experience for you. And we believe that begins by laying the foundation of a biblical worldview that touches every area of your life. Worldview is defined as: a cognitive orientation that frames your point of view; a perspective that deeply impacts how you interpret, and interact with the world around you.
When you have the right worldview, the solutions to the challenges you are facing in your workplace, home, or community become clear. This is the core message of GoStrategic, and the overarching theme of Transforum.
Practically speaking, we have designed the conference format to provide opportunities for interaction in a variety of settings. Keynote sessions will inspire and challenge you, workshops will equip you with tools for application, and small groups will connect you with like-minded individuals to process what you have been learning.
3. Will there be networking opportunities?
Yes! We believe in the power of connection. The Welcome Reception, the discussion groups you will participate in, and the celebration banquet are all great opportunities for fellowship and networking.
4. What is the dress code?
Business casual for the conference. Formal attire for the banquet on Saturday evening (i.e. dresses/dress slacks for ladies; suits/dress slacks for men).
5. What is the difference between the GoBusiness and GoLife workshop tracks?
The School of Strategic Living (GoLife) workshops have an emphasis on worldview and strategic living, and is appropriate for everyone. It is also a prerequisite for those who may enroll in the School of Strategic Living ( www.strategiclifetraining.com ).
The School of Business Leadership (GoBusiness) has an emphasis on the marketplace, and those called to business. It is also a prerequisite for those who may enroll in the School of Business Leadership (www.thebusinessleadershipschool.org) .