Are you running your own business?
Or are you in a position of senior leadership?
Is your employer investing in you as a future leader in your profession?
Young business leaders have a lot to balance.
You’re trying to grow a business, find the right personnel, solve complex problems, get others on board with your vision, and make decisions that carry real risk. Meanwhile, you want to be present for your family, have a healthy social life, stay in shape physically, and be the spiritual leader God has called you to be. This is not as easy as it looks. We understand. We’ve been there.
CBMC’s Young Professionals Program helps leaders under 35 navigate the pressures and priorities of family, business, community and faith. Each YP cohort consists of 12 men who meet once a month for 12 months.
Help each man grow closer to Christ, knowing how to discern His will and confidently apply biblical guidance in every area of life.
Create a cohort of mission-minded businessmen who will challenge and encourage each other to excel as Christian leaders in the marketplace.
Impart practical wisdom and experience from respected business and community leaders.
Are you a business leader (i.e. executive, business owner, or senior leader) or has your employer identified you as a strong prospect for future leadership?
Do you often feel conflicted by the pressure to grow in your career while maintaining balance in your personal life, and feel alone in that battle?
Would you like a confidential place to share your business, personal and spiritual challenges and successes with other like-minded business leaders who are also in your stage of life?
Would a regular exchange of best in business principles integrated with your spiritual values bring incremental value to your business?
Would you benefit from a group of carefully selected peers committed to journey with you for the long run as you lead your business, family and serve your community?
Are you lacking strategies to handle tough issues with employees, customers, vendors, and
competitors that incorporate best in business principals integrated with a Christian work-view?
If the answer is yes to many of these questions, you are likely a good fit.