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2015 CEL Convention

Answer the call for 2015 CEL Convention Proposals, joining confirmed keynote speakers Carol Jago, Jeff Wilhelm, Penny Kittle, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, and Sara K. Ahmed as we reflect on "A Leader's Legacy." Proposals are due April 1.

Check out the great programming from the 2014 CEL Convention, with presenters' handouts still available for download! CEL sessions are known for their interactive, dynamic presentation style and current, leadership-focused content.

 CEL Blog

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 #LitLead Twitter Chat

The CEL #LitLead Twitter Chat is held at 9 pm ET on the second Thursday of each month. Discussion questions and a preview of the chat are posted on the CEL blog. "Collaborative Leadership" is the theme for the October chat; see the recent #LitLead Twitter Chat archives and the archives for earlier 2014 chats.

 CEL Journal, ELQ

ELQThe English Leadership Quarterly (ELQ) is the official journal of the Conference on English Leadership. Take a moment to read the latest issue today

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