C.W. Miller, the founder and president of Custom Training Concepts, has been creating high performance teams in a variety of industries for more than 25 years. He is known nationwide for his inspirational keynotes, thought provoking seminars and highly interactive workshops. He has authored over 100 articles and training programs dealing with human interaction, emotional intelligence, leadership and management. His focus on the human interaction skills of leaders has created positive impacts in healthcare, manufacturing, state agencies, education and the military, as well as in professional associations, non-profit, civic, and church organizations.
Nineteen years of his career were spent in Chicago helping build a small organization into one of the leaders in the healthcare industry. During this time, C.W. attended Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management and in 1990 was named Manager of the Year at Everest Healthcare Services. He was elected to Who’s Who in Science and Industry, sat on standards committees with the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, served as president of the National Association of Nephrology Technologists and was on the editorial review board of Nephrology News and Issues.
In 1998 he was named Hot Springs (Arkansas) Civitan of the Year and received the Civitan International Distinguished President Award in 2000. As Governor of the Ozark District of Civitan in 2004-05 he earned the Distinguished Governor’s Award with his district finishing as the top district in the world in overall growth. As International Field Director for Club Development (2006-2010) he developed 17 new volunteer clubs in four states and in 2011 was presented with the prestigious Jim Berryman Civitan of the Decade award.
C.W. is a member of the Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce, served two terms as Chairman of the Board for the Hot Springs Village Chamber of Commerce. He is Vice President of the Hot Springs Village Community Foundation and past president of the Hot Springs Executive Association.