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Leadership Conference 2020

What is Leadership Conference?

The Leadership Conference is a two day event hosted by Alpha International. Our heart is to create a space where leaders can gather together to be encouraged and inspired by remarkable speakers, and go out — filled, equipped and mobilised for action.

Who is it for?

The Leadership Conference welcomes church builders, business leaders, creative thinkers, influencers and entrepreneurs. These two days of investment will enhance your expertise and give you an opportunity to cultivate connections.

Why should you come?

With world-class teaching, powerful prayer and worship, networking opportunities and masterclasses making up the Leadership Conference experience, we encourage you to be in the room 4-5 May to encounter life-changing leadership.

Main Stage Speakers

Anthony Tan
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Anthony Tan


Anthony Tan is Group CEO and Co-Founder of Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading mobile technology company. He and his team are pushing innovation boundaries to ensure every Southeast Asian can access affordable transport, mobile payments and financial services.

By focusing on a hyperlocal business strategy and building strategic partnerships, Mr Tan and his team transformed Grab from a taxi booking app to the market-leading everyday super app in Southeast Asia, offering services that include on-demand transport, food and package delivery, mobile payments, financial services and more.

Under his leadership, the company has expanded into eight countries across Southeast Asia. It proves the everyday services that matter to consumers, including the most diversified portfolio of transport services, food and package delivery, mobile payments and financial services in the region.

Anthony’s roots in the automotive industry run deep – his great grandfather was a taxi driver. Before founding Grab, Anthony was the Head of Supply Chain and Marketing at Tan Chong Group, where he drove logistics and created brand affinity for the automotive brands under the group.

Anthony graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Economics and Public Policy from the University of Chicago and has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with Honours from Harvard Business School.

Anthony has a hands-on leadership style and travels extensively between all markets Grab operates in to understand local market nuances, as well as inspire and problem solve with his teammates on the ground.

Brian Houston
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Brian Houston


Brian Houston is the Global Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church, a worldwide family of congregations comprising more than 120,000 weekly attendees. Considered by many as a leading voice in the shaping of contemporary leadership values and church culture; Brian is highly regarded for his bold innovation and passion for the local church. He is also the President of Hillsong Channel, President of Hillsong College, an international best-selling author and the Executive Producer of countless gold and platinum albums that have come from the Hillsong Worship team.

Jo Saxton
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Jo Saxton


Jo Saxton is an author, speaker, leadership coach, entrepreneur and visionary. Born to Nigerian parents and raised in London, England, Jo brings a multicultural and international perspective to leadership. Having served on staff teams in churches in the UK and the US, and chaired the board of a non-profit organization, today Jo is the founder of the Ezer Collective, an initiative that equips and invests in women leaders. She also co-hosts the popular podcast Lead Stories: Tales of Leadership and Life with Steph O’Brien. The author of three books, Jo’s most recent title is called The Dream of You: Let Go of Broken Identities and Live the Life You Were Made For.

Nicky and Pippa Gumbel
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Nicky and Pippa Gumbel


Nicky Gumbel is Vicar of Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB), an Anglican church in central London across 4 sites with a regular attendance of 4,500 people – most aged between 18 and 35. He is the pioneer of Alpha, an introduction to the Christian faith. Since 1993, millions of people have completed Alpha and it has been translated into 112 different languages. He is married to Pippa, and together they write a commentary on the Bible in One Year, which has been tried by over 2 million users.


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HTB Worship is a team who are passionate about the presence of God and leading people into a place of encounter. They lead in a local church setting, week in and week out, across the HTB sites in London, and have recently released a new single called ‘Love All Along’ which can be accessed via all the usual listening platforms.

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Jake Isaac is worship leader and singer/songwriter from South London whose writing credits include ‘Greater than it all’, ‘Love song for a city’ (Martin Smith) ‘As in heaven’ (Graham Kendrick) and ‘Final Say’ (Lou Fellingham). He has also previously written, produced and provided musical direction for artists such as Gabrielle, Blue, Miss Dynamite, Floetry & Duffy. As a singer/songwriter Jake has supported or worked with Ella Eyre, Paloma Faith, Angus & Julia Stone and Elton John.

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Band C

£154 - (Restricted View)

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Band D

£35 - (Standing Only - Under 30)

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Group rates apply to 10 or more tickets booked in the same band


8:45Doors open

9:45 - 11:30Morning session 1

11:30 - 12:00Morning break

12:00 - 13:15Morning session 2

13:15 - 15:00Lunch break

14:30Seminar doors open

15:00 - 16:15Seminars

16:15 - 18:30Networking & evening break

17:45Doors open

18:45 - 21:00Evening session(Tuesday's session finishes at 20:45)

Streams & Masterclass

Our heart for the Leadership Conference is to gather leaders to encounter God, be inspired and go out mobilised for action. Whatever sphere of life you find yourself in — whether you're a pastor, an entrepreneur, a business leader or a student — there is a stream for you in our specially crafted seminar programme.

Masterclass Stream

Sessions designed to equip you, challenge you, and help you take your churches, businesses and lives forward, with innovative presentations from guest speakers and expert leaders.

Theological Stream

A space primarily for church leaders, and those passionate about the local church, to come together and learn from theologians, academics and significant global voices.

Alpha Stream

Aiming to equip leaders to navigate the challenges presented to us by today's cultural context as we seek to advance the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Leader Care Stream

Equipping leaders to face the challenges that leadership can present in your work life, ministry life, spiritual life and home life, to help you protect your wellbeing.

Social Transformation Stream

For those passionate about the Church being the hope of the world. Inspiring leaders to use their God-given influence to bring light into dark spaces.

Leadership Conference 2020


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Frequently Asked Questions

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Who is the Leadership Conference for?

This conference is for the dreamer, the doer, those just starting out or the seasoned professional. You want to build your character and your confidence as a leader in Christ and you are ready to be challenged like never before.

When and where is the conference happening?

The Leadership Conference 2020 will be based at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 May 2020.

How much are tickets?

There are four ticket bands available at the Royal Albert Hall with different prices. The prices go from £35 to £219 and include a £2 booking fee.

Can I reserve tickets now and pay for them later?

Sorry, we are not able to reserve tickets. You are required to pay in full when making your booking; the system will only register your booking at the point of a completed payment. If you get to the payment page but do not pay, you will not be registered on the system and your tickets will be lost.

Can I get a refund?

If you wish to cancel your booking for Event Tickets for this event, the following cancellation fees apply (Cancellation Fees) (this does not affect your rights as outlined in clause 8 of our Standard E-Commerce Terms and Conditions):

(a) Cancellations made from 8th May 2019 to 6th October 2019, a £25 administration fee will be charged per ticket and 100% of the price of the Event Tickets will be refunded;
(b) Cancellations made from 7th October 2019 to 6th February 2020 will be subject to 50% Cancellation Fees and only 50% of the price of the Event Tickets will be refunded;
(c) Cancellations made after 7th February 2020 will be subject to 100% Cancellation Fees and 100% of the price of the Event Tickets will be forfeited.

No fee is applicable for name transfers. If a delegate can no longer attend the event, we would encourage them to arrange for someone to replace them in order to avoid losing any percentage of their booking fee. You can change the name on the registration by logging into your account and replacing the delegate information for that ticket up until the 7th February 2020.

Can I book a ticket for just one day of the conference?

The registration fee covers both days of the conference. Due to how our ticketing system works we are not able to offer a registration option to attend just one day of the event, or for attendance at the evening sessions only. We are happy for you to make your own arrangements to share tickets but regret we cannot assist in making these arrangements.

Can I pick where I want to sit?

For those attending the event at the Royal Albert Hall, the band of ticket that you purchase will dictate where you will be sitting during the conference. If you purchase a ticket in band A, B or C, you will be allocated a specific seat for the duration of the event. Band D tickets have unreserved standing space only.

Only groups within the same booking reference will be allocated seats together. It isn’t possible to book delegates in your booking into different seating bands; if you require delegates within your booking to be seated in other band please start a new booking with a different email address.

If you suffer from vertigo or a fear of heights, we would recommend that you purchase a band A ticket as these are lower down in the venue than the other banded seating.

Can children attend this event?

As this conference is adult-focused and we wish to provide a distraction-free environment for our other delegates, we regret that we are not able to accommodate children at this event. We would recommend you do not book tickets for any children who are under the age of 14.

Will there be a live stream?

No. LC20 will be live in London only.

Is foreign language interpretation provided?

Unfortunately we will not be providing foreign language interpretation this year.

Is BSL interpretation available?

We will have BSL interpreters at the event, subject to demand. If you require BSL, please let us know as soon as you have booked onto the event by emailing

Will catering be available at this event?

Catering is not included in your ticket price. For food and drinks, please explore the shops and cafés around South Kensington. In addition, the restaurants at the Royal Albert Hall will be open for your convenience.

Do you have any recommendations of places to stay overnight?

We’ve pulled together a list of local accommodation options to suit each budget. You can find it here.

How do I get to the Royal Albert Hall?

The Royal Albert Hall is located in the heart of Kensington. For comprehensive information about travelling in and around London please see

By car:
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP

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We regret car parking spaces are not available at the Royal Albert Hall. Visit this link to view details of car parks close to the venue. If this presents a significant issue for you due to mobility issues please email

By tube:  
South Kensington (District, Circle and Piccadilly Lines) and High Street Kensington (District and Circle Lines) are the closest Underground stations to the Royal Albert Hall. Walking to the venue takes approximately 10 minutes from both stations. If travelling during peak periods please add 30 minutes to the following estimated journey times. Please note that the London Underground does not operate between 00.30 and 06.30.

By air:
From Heathrow Airport: Underground (Piccadilly Line) direct to South Kensington 40 minutes
From Gatwick Airport: South East Trains or Gatwick Express train to Victoria Station 30 minutes then Underground (Circle / District Lines) to South Kensington 10 minutes
From Luton Airport: Thameslink to Kings Cross 20 minutes then Underground (Piccadilly Line) to Knightsbridge 20 minutes
From London City Airport: Docklands Light Railway to Tower Hill 40 minutes then Underground (Circle and District Lines) to South Kensington 25 minutes
From Stansted Airport: Stansted Express to Liverpool Street 45 minutes then Underground (Circle Line) to South Kensington 40 minutes

Which HTB church services are taking place before the LC?

There are a number of services across the four HTB sites on Sunday 3 May 2020. We highly recommend the following services:

  • HTB Courtfield Gardens at 10.30am

  • HTB Onslow Square at 10.30am, 4.30pm or 6.30pm

  • HTB Brompton Road at 5pm or 7pm

For directions to all of our sites please see the HTB website.

Will there be any Hubs this year?

This year, Leadership Conference 2020 will be held in London at the Royal Albert Hall, Edinburgh at Ps & Gs Church, and Kuala Lumpur at HTTB church. Find out more on the Hubs page.