Despite all the innovative tech platforms designed to simplify personal and professional life, there is no shortage of complex challenges facing 21st century business leaders. Challenges that spring from conflicts with employees, vendors/suppliers, friends, family even society. Over time these conflicts can overwhelm and distract from the goal of building a purposeful and thriving business.

So what options are there for those feeling trapped between a rock and a hard place? Well, they can just give up or they can call on God for courage and strength to lead forward in confidence and humility.

Since an overseer manages God's household, he must be blameless-not overbearing, not quick-tempered, not given to drunkenness, not violent, not pursuing dishonest gain. Rather, he must be hospitable, one who loves what is good, who is self-controlled, upright, holy and disciplined. He must hold firmly to the trustworthy message as it has been taught, so that he can encourage others by sound doctrine and refute those who oppose it. (Titus 1:7-9 NIV)

Those with questions about how to tackle the many obstacles and distractions to being an Ambassador for Christ in the marketplace, can find the answers starting October 31st in Nashville, Tennessee.

A diverse group of business leaders will gather at the Gaylord Opryland Resort, for the 2013 Christian CEOs Leaders Conference hosted by The C12 Group

Aevent providing a great time of highly targeted and practical equipping for both superior business performance and ministry through the workplace.

The conference's main theme is "LIVING & LEADING IT FORWARD."

Steve Hayes, Founder of The Human Capital Group, says C12 leaders conferences, are always worth the time and money.

"The leaders conference is a great investment for me professionally, personally, and spiritually. The content was exceptional, delivered through a diverse group of business leaders who all provided best practices and learnings that you can't get from a book.

My wife and I also had a great time together as we discerned what to do with all the information in terms of applying it to our business. The time away gave us an opportunity to pray and discern what God was calling us to do different, which I can't put a price on."

Steve Hayes is not the only Christian business owner, CEO or president, challenged and energized, by the high value of C12's leaders conferences. 

The Keynote speaker is Alan Barnhart, CEO of Barnhart Crane & Rigging.

Alan will share his inspiring story of "LIVING & LEADING IT FORWARD."

Learn how his faith led to his company's financial success and many spiritual salvations.

In addition, there will be a wide variety of timely and relevant, high-impact business and ministry 'best practices' topics targeted for Christian CEOs and delivered by peer CEOs. 

Plenary Topics:

-Getting a Midsized Company On-Track with Christ-centered Ministry

-Chaplaincy Testimonies: Blessing Our People While Enhancing Operations

-Dealing with the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) in a God-Honoring Way

-Mentoring to Develop Our Leadership Team

-Finishing Strong with Planned Leadership Succession

-Trust-Based Selling & Marketing

-Making the Transition from Reluctant Warrior to All-In

-Biblically Responsible Stewardship and Investing

-Harnessing the Creativity of Your Team (Strategies, Objectives, Problem-Solving)

-Increasing Intimacy with Christ & Spiritual Authority via Quiet-Time Discipline

Non-Business Breakout Options:

-Freedom in Christ

-Waiting with Hopefulness

-Christian ('Holy') Yoga (physical participation w/ Biblical meditation)

So for business leaders serious about building a thriving company guided by timeless Biblical principles and MBA-level best business practices, registration is now open to attend the 2013 Christian CEOs Leaders Conference hosted by The C12 Group in Nashville, Tennessee.


About The C12 Group

The C12 Group is America's leading provider of executive roundtables for Christian CEOs and business owners.

It was founded in 1992 by Buck Jacobsdedicated Christian, author and CEO.

His vision is to see an active global Christian CEO/Owner network, with C12 groups in very metro area around the globe.

Mission Statement: "To change the world by bringing forth the Kingdom of God in the marketplace through the companies and lives of those He calls to run businesses for Him."

Following the path of least resistance is what makes rivers and men crooked. - Author Unknown