Steve joined The C12 Group in 2016, with extensive executive leadership experience in both Fortune 50 and privately held companies. Steve’s business strengths include business development, strategy, sales, marketing and operations. Among his career successes, he has developed and launched brands, developed new credit card platforms, and built creative and transformational industry alliances unique to his industry and company. With an extensive business background and a passion for Christ-centered leadership, Steve is well-equipped to serve CEOs and business owners to build great businesses for a greater purpose. With experience at ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips and most recently with privately held EPIC Aviation, Steve has led these organizations through significant consolidation and industry change while managing P&Ls at times exceeding $1B annually. His roles created opportunities to develop, lead and transform these businesses to not only survive but thrive in a highly competitive industry. As a result of his experiences, Steve can relate to the business challenges facing CEOs and business owners in today’s economy. Steve has been blessed with core leadership skills and recently completed Blackaby Coaching Training to further equip him to serve CEOs in the Charleston and Savannah markets. Steve is an active leader in his church, serving as a small group leader and VIP (newcomers) ministry leader. He is married to the love of his life, Stephanie and they are blessed to have 3 incredible children. Steve enjoys golf and staying fit by running, cycling, and swimming competing in triathlons and marathons. Along with all of the other 90 plus C12 Chairmen in the US, Steve has been called to this line of work. Steve is eager to help Charleston and Savannah CEOs and business owners integrate their faith and business in a safe, encouraging and accountable environment.
We all want compelling work environments in which we ignite imaginations throughout the company and motivate people to achieve new levels of teamwork and productivity, but for many of us, this ideal feels out of reach.
Consumed by work. Arriving early to the office. Staying late. Working weekends. Feeling frustrated by the daily constraints, all while worrying about the company’s future performance. Living this way sends the possibility of a balanced life out the window. Sound familiar to you?