Join other CEOs and business leaders in Central Wisconsin who are building great businesses for a greater purpose.

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It can be lonely at the top, but it doesn’t have to be.

We know leaders limit their potential when they lead from isolation. But, when surrounded by trusted advisors with a common goal and a biblical worldview, they can maximize performance and energize cultures. With faith as the foundation, this powerful group of peers meet in an exclusive, confidential forums around Madison and Wausau to have their questions answered and their answers questioned.

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MARC MARTIN

Marc Martin is the Area Chair for C12, with Forums in Madison and Wausau. In addition to leading the members through…

MARC MARTIN

Marc Martin is the Area Chair for C12, with Forums in Madison and Wausau. In addition to leading the members through the once-a-month full day of peer interaction, Marc meets individually with each member for a 90-minute coaching and accountability session. He also provides ad hoc consulting to members when they have additional needs, primarily in the area of strategic and business plan creation and implementation. For nine years Marc was President, Chief Technology Officer, and co-owner of three businesses based in Wausau, WI. Marc began working in the field of information technology in the mid-1980s while serving in the U.S. Air Force.  For over 20+ years he worked in the IT provider industry primarily managing technical services staff and helping them grow their technical and customer service skills.

“C12 is everything I was looking for and more of what I didn’t know I needed. My peers challenge me in my blind spots, love me in hard times, and encourage me to glorify God in the way I lead my team. It’s a home for business leaders.”

Brittany Zeller, founder and director of Tiny Feet Early Intervention / South Carolina C12 member
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