Lifeworks Charleston Invites You To
Save the Date for Terence Chatmon, Connector to Executive Leaders Worldwide
- Featuring Terence Chatmon
- Thursday, August 24th 7:30 to 9am
- East Cooper Baptist Church, 361 Egypt Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
From soda bottle recycling entrepreneur at the age of six to senior executive leader responsible for billions of dollars for the Coca Cola Company, Terence Chatmon has served in senior executive leadership roles with Johnson & Johnson, Citibank and Coca Cola. Terence is a transformational leader amongst senior executives and CEOs. He is a successful entrepreneur and has served as President and CEO of global organizations.
He now serves as President and CEO of Fellowship of Companies for Christ International, (FCCI) a fellowship of executive leaders in 139 countries. In his role, he is leading unprecedented efforts to equip and encourage leaders in small, medium and large size companies. FCCI is known around the world for their global platform, world class annual international conference, rich library of business leadership resources and their transformational Kingdom Leader and Kingdom Company model.
Terence has always been defined by his innovative strategic thinking and zealous love of teaching and commitment to building leaders. At FCCI, he launched the FCCI Fellows summer intern program targeting one million next generation leaders in business. He is often invited to speak at business and parenting conferences and regularly teaches seminars, workshops and forums where CEO's and senior executives attend from around the world. He is best known as a change agent and for his creative leadership, building transformational sustainable communities and driving business essentials across diverse industries resulting in organizational efficiency and optimized revenue and profit growth.
His new book, Do Your Children Believe? appears at a time in history when another Judges 2:10 moment doesn’t sound so incredibly far-fetched—a day when many people’s only real knowledge of God comes from what they’ve heard and read about, not what they’ve actually seen and experienced, and when His work is more about the dutiful following of rules than the daily adventure of walking with Him as Lord..