Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
Oshkosh Convention Center
2 North Main Street
Make a statement for your business by becoming a sponsor of Excellence in Leadership.
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
The first Culver’s restaurant opened in Sauk City in 1984. Learn how an emphasis on Hometown Values of Hospitality, Quality, and Service has led the way to 550 restaurants serving 22 states. Culver’s opened 34 restaurants this past year, and 111 since 2010. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Craig’s story is truly an inspirational one. Custard will be served!
Early Bird Registration! REGISTER EARLY! We expect this event to be a sellout!
By September 1, 2015: $35/person, $250/table of 8 or $310/table of 10.
After September 1, 2015: $40/person, $290/table of 8 or $360/table of 10.
Please enter the required information and choose your ticket type and the qty amount. Add any additional information in the special instructions and please list all who will attend in the guest names box.
Excellence in Leadership was formed by a group of local like-minded business executives and community leaders to present opportunities for middle and senior managers to appreciate the powerful role of Christian values and ethics in the business world of today. Business leaders can use the timeless wisdom of the Scriptures as never before.
EIL has had the honor of hosting a number of events over the past few years including Jon McGlocklin, former NBA star with the Milwaukee Bucks; Tim Hoeksema, President and CEO of Midwest Express Airlines; Don Soderquist, COO for Wal-Mart (Ret.); William Pollard, ServiceMaster, Chairman of the Board; Dr. David Miller, Executive Director of the Yale University Center for Faith and Culture; Daryl Travis, CEO of BrandTrust; Eric Alexander, Director of Adventure Beyond Limits; Phil Hodges, Director of Development of Lead Like Jesus; Mark Skogen, President & CEO of Festival Foods; Laurie Beth Jones, best selling author; James Hunter, author and business coach; James Keller, President & COO of J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc.; Joe Kiedinger, Brander-In-Chief, Prophit Marketing, Inc.; and Steve Stanley, Huntington Creek Capital; Daniel Neufelder, Sen. V.P. Hospital Operations Ministry Health Care and President Affinity Health System; and Stephen M. Peterson, President and CEO of Mid-States Aluminum Corp.
In a highly competitive, pressurized marketplace...
Walter Scott, Jr., CLU
Independence Financial, LLC
Dale Glen, CPA
Director of Business Sponsorship
91.9 FM The Family
Valley Christian School
William L. Bowman, CPA
DFB Wealth Planning
Sr. VP/COO Festival Foods
Vicki Klein Schorse,
Tribal Benefits Director
Cottingham & Butler
President and CEO
Small Quality Boxes, Inc.
President and CEO
Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce
God: We believe in one true, living, eternal God, who has manifested Himself in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
The Scriptures: We believe the Holy Bible, both Old and New Testament, is the inspired Word of God, the authority in all matters of faith and conduct for Christians.
Jesus: We believe Jesus is the Christ and Savior of all; the Son of God manifested in the flesh. We believe Jesus was crucified for the sins of humankind, died and resurrected from the grave, is alive and will return to reign on earth as "King of Kings" and "Lord of All."
The Holy Spirit: We believe in the Holy Spirit, God present in our world today. We believe the Holy Spirit convicts people of sin, judgment and righteousness, and that He regenerates and indwells Christians, giving them power to live a life that is pleasing to God.
Salvation: We believe God so loved the world that He sent His only begotten Son to die as payment for the sins of all and to work in us, helping us live a life of victory over sin. As a result, those who receive this free gift from God will not experience spiritual death, but will have eternal life.
Christian: We believe a Christian is someone who has received the gift of salvation and trusts in Jesus' death and resurrection as payment for their sins, living their life according to His Word and example.