CMB Monthly Member Webinar: What is “Kindling” Your Station?

Every Christian broadcaster can reinvent themselves in the face of a changing business climate.  In the same way the Kindle has changed paper publishing, cloud services are changing software licensing, and smartphones have changed navigation, banking and communication, the realities of broadcasting have changed permanently. Reinvention is about changing the value of what people perceive in order to change your results.

On Wednesday, February 8th at noon (CT), Jim Mathis (President, J & L Mathis Group) brings an interactive value-changing presentation that will change your strategic outlook.  Jim will share stories about amazing turn-arounds and the results of organizations who took advantage of simple opportunities and turn them into a plan for your own reinvention. Jim Mathis is a bestselling author and executive consultant who helps business leaders reinvent their organizations in challenging economies. As a retired minister and successful business entrepreneur, Jim has much to share about business marketing strategy.

The CMB Monthly Member Webinars are designed to encourage and inspire you as we tackle issues that matter to you – on the air, off the air, and spiritually. If you have not yet become a 2017 member of CMB, you can do so by visiting our website.

CMB Support Contact Info
CMB Multimedia Manager – Jessica Arrendell jessica@cmbonline.org
CMB Manager of Strategic Partnerships and Education – Cari Kates cari@cmbonline.org
CMB Communications / Member Services Manager – Mimi Renew mimi@cmbonline.org
CMB Event Manager – Brittany Whatley brittany@cmbonline.org
CMB Executive Director – Michelle Younkman michelle@cmbonline.org

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