I believe that business leaders make better decisions when alternative choices of action are analyzed using distinctively Christian principles of faith.  Moreover, the probability of achieving goals and objectives—personal and business—is also enhanced when leaders experience philosophical harmony in their beliefs and practices at work and in their personal lives.

I have developed a series of presentations that uplift and encourage Christian business leaders to apply distinctively Christian leadership practices at work.  I show Christian business leaders that God is active in their businesses just as He is active in their personal lives.  With God’s direction, Christian business leaders reap all of the benefits of participating in the community of faith at work just as in their personal lives.

The result:  Christian business leaders will find their lives becoming richer regardless of status, their peace more profound regardless of circumstances, their joy more incredible regardless of outcomes, their perseverance more remarkable regardless of obstacles, their gratitude more heartfelt regardless of accomplishments, and their sense of self more acute regardless of the perspectives and points of view of others.

And, they will make better decisions.

All business leaders, whether Christian or of another faith or of no faith at all, share twelve universal responsibilities at work and are held accountable to successfully achieve them.  Christian business leaders, however, can bring the power of God into each of them, dramatically affecting business outcomes both qualitatively and quantitatively.

The Twelve Universal Responsibilities of Business Leaders are:

  1. Defining the mission of the business
  2. Establishing the values and culture of the business
  3. Determining priorities, setting goals and objectives, and communicating them to others
  4. Holding yourself and others accountable to keep promises and commitments
  5. Accumulating sufficient resources to achieve goals and objectives
  6. Practicing good stewardship of resources
  7. Retaining and recruiting talented employees
  8. Increasing sales and revenues
  9. Managing the balance sheet and anticipating trouble
  10. Protecting the reputation of the business
  11. Recognizing when change is necessary
  12. Harvesting and pruning the business

My presentations are uplifting, acknowledging that leadership is not easy.  My presentations include practical advice and tools that Christian leaders can use at work to make better choices and reach better conclusions.  Here are some of them:

  • There is no such thing as “chance” with God—each event in life and work provides an opportunity for Christian growth and a deeper relationship with God
  • “Doubt” is not always a bad emotion—there are positive aspects arising from times of doubt
  • The Christian concepts of faith, hope, and love are as valuable at work as they are at home
  • How harvesting and pruning activities are beneficial to Christians and leaders
  • Practical tools to apply in the following circumstances
  1. Seven godly and biblical steps to guide leaders in choosing a successor
  2. Six godly steps to follow when establishing codes of conduct and statements of core values
  3. Eight characteristics of applying godly wisdom when choosing among alternatives
  4. Eight godly steps to follow when executing God’s priorities
  5. Eight godly steps to employ when faced with a shortage of critical resources
  6. Seven leaderships traits of Jesus
  7. Six leadership traits of Boaz (grandfather of King David)
  8. Five things to do when delivering bad news to others
  9. Seven invaluable lessons a Christian leader can discover from times of trouble
  10. Practicing change management at work using six godly steps

Presentations are available for one hour, three hour, and full day seminars.