Story Telling: Why Is It Important to My Workplace - Tim Cummings Facilitating

  • 17 Oct 2014
  • 6:45 AM - 8:15 AM (CDT)
  • Brentwood Baptist Church, Wilson Hall 7777 Concord Rd, Brentwood TN 37027


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Teacher/Instructor: Tim Cummings

What makes story telling important to my work and my work place?  

In the early nineties, David Armstrong of Armstrong Industries released a book, Managing by Storying Around.  The book described a management style which used story telling to promote corporate culture, explain rules, focus employee efforts and generate a common culture for the business organization.

In reality, God created us to respond to stories in a very special way.  Even the Bible is basically God teaching us through stories.  Working in our roundtable groups, we will see the importance of stories as we enter the workplace ... especially the most important story, our World View! 

Tim Cummings is an evangelist to business owners and entrepreneurs.  Through his business, Cummings Enterprises, Tim assists business people "to speak out their vision for their business and execute it in proper sequence".  When they are Christians, he assists them in implementing ways to minister to the marketplace through their businesses.

Tim has had a broad set of experiences throughout his career.  His work experience includes 25 years in a family owned and operated business, Cummings Signs, producing on-premise signs for small and large businesses.  Over his tenure, he worked in all aspects of the business.  He held positions as VP Engineering, VP Manufacturing, and VP  New Technology.  He successfully operated a 200,000 sf manufacturing facility, producing $20 million per year in products. 

Other business experience includes 15 years in building his own web-based communications systems for membership organizations which he programmed himself.  Since 2005, Tim has focused on mentoring CEO’s and entrepreneurs.

Tim’s certifications include accreditation as an Associate of the Institute for Independent Business, a Registered Engineer, and a Patent Holder.  He is a certified Quality Trainer.  He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and Owen Graduate School of Management, securing an Engineering Degree and an MBA

A light breakfast will be served. Join us as early as 6:45 and network with other Christian Executives.

All Friday morning sessions are open to all  - no fee is charged, offerings are accepted.



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