Upcoming C12 Group Event in Cary, NC

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Upcoming special business seminar entitled, "Creating a Self-Managed Organization," a session focusing on Pay for Performance concepts.

April 27, 2011, Prestonwood Country Club, Cary, NC, 11:30 AM – 4:30 PM: C12 Group Area Chairs Will Dixon and Jim Doherty announce upcoming special business seminar entitled, "Creating a Self-Managed Organization," a session focusing on Pay for Performance concepts.

“We are tremendously excited about this impactful workshop,” says Will Dixon, C12 Area Chair. “Several area companies involved with C12 have implemented the concepts with remarkable results, doubling profits while sales dropped, proactive employee involvement is assuming that the company thrives, not just survive.”

The seminar will be led by Dr. William Abernathy, with Aubrey Daniels of Atlanta. The seminar will present a 4 phased approach to implementing a self-managed organization. The first phase will tell the business leader how to create a “results-focused” employee group through the implementation of objective performance scorecards and performance management. The last phase is about the implementation of self-managed employee teams. In this phase, employees manage their own work schedules and performance management. Manager and supervisor spans of control are increased from a typical ratio of 7:1 subordinates per manager to 20:1 and up to 100:1. Savings are realized through the elimination of supervisors, line managers and excess workers via non-replacement.

To RSVP for the event, contact Will Dixon at will.dixon(at)c12group(dot)com or (919) 280-5512.

Named for the model Jesus Christ set in Scripture (purposeful interaction among a group of 12 disciples), the C12 Group provides a special ‘sabbatical day’ in business to enable the disciplined planning, learning and accountability that contributes to the program’s intensity and proven success (see http://www.C12Group.com/the-c12-difference).

Facilitated by their local C12 Area Chair, C12 Group members (generally CEOs and owners of companies ranging from $1-150 million annually) reserve one day each month to meet together in small groups across the U.S. to discuss business and ministry performance. They open with prayer, have a devotional time, and then work through several pre-planned segments dealing with improving business results and ministering to those the business touches while keeping Christ and Biblical principles central in business. There is a “To-Do List” time, in which each member commits to accomplishing certain objectives prior to next month’s meeting. Finally, each includes an in-depth look at one of the member businesses and ends with an “Open Table time” opportunity for members to put issues on the table for consideration and input for their “Board of Advisors.”

In addition, each C12 member meets monthly for a 60-90 minute one-on-one coaching session with their local Area Chair. These high-impact sessions are designed to motivate and hold accountable Christian business leaders through focused interaction with a seasoned business leader and confidante.

Founded in 1992 by Buck Jacobs, a dedicated Christian, author and CEO, the C12 group currently serves more than 60 metro markets across the U.S. and has plans to ramp up new groups in several major North American. As you enjoy the seminar you will also have the chance to meet over 60 CEO's and owners or their staff, who have already signed up. Since 1992, C12 Group, America’s leading resource for Christian Chief Executives, has been focusing companies on becoming all they can be in both success and significance. C12 Members leverage the “iron sharpening iron” power of peer advisory boards by receiving impartial counsel from like-minded peers in a high-trust setting and applying best business practices…all in-line with God’s wisdom and purpose for the businesses we lead. We call it Building Great Businesses for a Greater Purpose! C12 can serve as a resource for education, encouragement, challenge, inspiration, and accountability.


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