How to Evaluate Your Culture’s Strength and Build On It

Fact: You can improve the health of your culture by celebrating your current strengths and by addressing the key areas that need improvement. See for yourself in the story of how a Christian organization with 20 straight years of double-digit growth addressed their culture’s highs and lows. Their breakthrough just might spark your culture’s new…

How to Gain Better Business Results Through Employee Engagement

Did you know there’s a way to increase employee effectiveness and client satisfaction at the same time? The answer is waiting for you inside this inspiring, true story. The Challenge The story begins with Brad Eisenmann, President of Aspen Group, an integrated design, build, and furnish firm exclusively for churches, based in Frankfort, Illinois. Aspen has…

How Fulfilled Employees Yield Fruitful Results

Bible League Canada has a God-sized vision: to reach the world with the gospel message of God’s Living Word. Yet, their culture needed to grow healthier to make good on its mission. Kudos to President Paul Richardson and his senior leadership team who refused to take any needless short-cuts and buy in to the mistaken…

How to Build a Healthy Reputation with a Healthy Culture

The moment you notice your culture is weakening and hurting inside can actually lead to a total transformation of your culture. See how this truth, tucked inside a priceless story, became a reality. Allan Kelsey is Associate Senior Pastor (the Chief People Officer) at Gateway Church in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, a multi-site congregation that’s…

Four Ways to Revive a Culture That Doesn’t Feel Right

What do you do when your culture isn’t quite where you’d like it to be? Perhaps you’ve said to yourself, “Something’s just not right, here.” This inner nudge can actually be a wake-up call to a new, exciting day for your organization, your culture, and you, personally. Here’s why. The Challenge Scott Kissel, Senior Executive…

How 6 Wise Commitments Can Re-start Your Culture

How can a leader’s integrity, vision and faith be the catalyst for turning a diseased culture into a remarkable picture of health? The leader, in this case, is Joseph Castleberry, President of Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington. Ten consecutive record enrollments and an 88% enrollment growth don’t begin to tell the story that seems almost…