Jim Huling to Speak at Pastors Family Convention

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Jim Huling is co-author of the #1 National Bestselling book The 4 Disciplines of Execution, is slated to speak at the Rupp Arena at the CALLED Pastors Family Convention. Jim also serves as Franklin Covey’s Global Managing Consultantand is responsible for the 4 Disciplines methodology and the quality of delivery worldwide. Jim was selected to speak because of his expertise in Getting Things Done which is one of the 56 descriptors of Core Qualities of Effective Pastors.

Jim’s career spans thirty-seven years of corporate leadership ranging from FORTUNE 500 organizations to privately-held companies, including more than a decade as CEO of a company recognized four times as one of the “25 Best Companies to Work for in America.” Jim’s organizations have won national awards for customer service excellence, business ethics, and an outstanding culture, as well as numerous local and regional awards as a workplace of choice. In 2005, Jim received the Turknett Leadership Character Award recognizing CEO’s who demonstrated the highest standards of ethics and integrity. 

A sought-after keynote speakerJim’s events range from small, senior executive sessions to audiences in the thousands. Having delivered more than three hundred keynote messages, Jim combines his real-world experience with humor and compelling stories to make his message both memorable and effective.  

Jim is most proud of his wonderful marriage of 35 years to his sweetheart, Donna, being Dad to two phenomenal young adults, Scott and Sarah, and “Papa” to his three grandkids. Jim is an avid backpacker and a certified white-water rafting guide. He also holds a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo and is currently training in CrossFit. 

The CALLED Pastors Family Convention, sponsored by the North American Division Ministerial Association, is designed to connect, inspire, equip and value pastors and their families in the NAD. Registration is now open and pastoral families who register this year will be able to take advantage of the early bird rate.