The Annual Circle Leadership Summit

Become a Circle Leader today and join us September 6-7 for the our annual Circle Leadership Summit in Chicago.


Read here about how the issues we face today can be addressed with public policies that foster human creativity in a free-market economy.

Aug 11, 2018

Back by Popular Demand: Leadership Coach Erin Wolf returns to the 2018 Summit

The Policy Circle is pleased to welcome back Erin Wolf, Managing Partner of Suite Track , as a presenter at the 2018 Policy Circle Leadership Summit.  Erin is a ​nationally-recognized​ ​speaker,​ ​executive​ ​coach,​ ​and​ ​consultant​ ​in​ ​the​ ​areas of​ ​leadership​ ​development,​ ​organizational​ ​change,​ ​and​ ​organizational​ ​strategy. At the 2017 Summit, Erin shared her expertise with attendees on […]

Jul 28, 2018

What Goes into writing a Policy Circle Brief?

When we talk about The Policy Circle, the first question that comes up is: Who writes the briefs, how are they written?  The Policy Circle briefs frame the issues, present current policies, research and ideas on reforms. Here’s Kristin Jackson presenting how she curates briefs so you are equipped to form your own opinion when […]

Jul 14, 2018

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney will headline 3rd Annual Circle Leadership Summit

The Honorable Mick Mulvaney has the unique ability to bring policy to life, and you have the distinct opportunity to attend his keynote address during The Policy Circle Leadership Summit in September 2018! Serving as Director of the Office of Management and Budget and Acting Director of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, Mr. Mulvaney oversees the largest office […]

Jul 14, 2018

Ask Kristin: How do I find out more about my candidate’s positions?

Dear Kristin, With midterm elections taking place in November, and the primaries now taking place across the nation to determine who appears on the November ballot … I see so many political ads. How can I go beyond the headlines to really learn about my candidates’ positions? I feel you; political headlines quickly feel overwhelming. […]