Bill Conine is recognized as a pioneer in the Contemporary Christian Music Industry, where he served for over 30 years.
In 1993 he formed Diamante Music Group, which became the #1 independent Christian Music Distribution company in the industry.
Early in his career, he envisioned using his leadership experience along with his sales and marketing skills to assist faith-based organizations.
His first opportunity came with his appointment as President and Executive Director of Christian Foundation of the West, a Christian Community Foundation located in Ventura County California.
While serving at CFW he discovered a movement called Marketplace Ministry. It was at a Marketplace Ministry event in 2008 that he was introduced to Convene. Bill joined Convene as an independent consultant and Chairs three successful CEO Forums in the Los Angeles, Pasadena area.
Bill attends and serves at Calvary Community Church in Thousand Oaks as a Bible Teacher and Small Group Leader. He has been married to his wife, Dana, for 51 years and enjoys spending time with his 2 daughters and 6 grandchildren.
ABOUT OUR TEAM
Convene’s mission is to connect, equip, and inspire Christian CEOs and business owners to grow exceptional businesses, become higher-impact leaders and honor God. Through peer-to-peer and executive coaching insight. Growing toward increased personal and business impact. Leading to an ultimate Kingdom legacy.
Bill provides consulting services for leaders and teams who want to make their organizations healthier by developing a highly effective company culture. He works with organizations of all sizes in a wide variety of industries including non-profits. Because every situation is unique, his approach is customized to each client’s particular needs. Bill focuses on uncovering dysfunctions within an organization, challenging the status quo and providing tools and an environment for positive change.
Bill’s approach to individual coaching provides one-on-one custom leadership development opportunities for senior managers and executives. The coaching framework ensures that I and the leader establish a sound and constructive relationship. My role as coach builds on this relationship, supervising the assessment, challenging the participant in a manner that encourages the stretch needed for development, and then supporting the participant to insure positive change.