Thanks for joining us on Season 5 of The Flourishing Culture Podcast, brought to you by The Best Christian Workplaces Institute. You’ll learn how to build a flourishing workplace culture that drives the ministry impact of your organization, your church, or your company brought to you by the Best Christian Workplaces Institute. Now here’s your host, BCWI president, Al Lopus.
As we’re beginning to think about returning to the workplace after COVID-19, how should we think about men and women working together in Christian-led workplaces? What does it look like when women and men reflect the glory of God as they work together in our organizations? Discover how, next!
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My guest today is Christine Talbot, Senior Vice President, Human Resources for World Vision US, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
It’s imperative that in our organizations, we have identified places where individuals and managers can go to report inappropriate behavior.”
In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- How can men and women, at every level, be at their best? (03:14)
- How do we set the standard of trust, healthy communication, and collaboration? (03:22)
- Becoming aware of assumptions and biases (04:30)
- Do you have a culture that says ‘if you see something, you can safely say something’? (06:09)
- Listen, don’t be skeptical, hear what people have to say (07:29)
- How should men and women travel together on a work trip? (07:51)
- Men and women leading in their strengths within organizations (11:05)
- Benefits of focus groups (16:30)
- The importance of wise and thoughtful office-design in giving employees some room (24:46)
- Be open to employee sentiment and be willing to engage in healthy dialogue (26:42)
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