How to Build Your Culture and Double Your Growth

It’s one of the best examples of a culture’s transformation I know. A true success story whose starting point was well, somewhat rocky. The Challenge About five years ago, the culture at East-West Ministries International was in a world of hurt, recalls Dave Gibson, Executive Vice President of Field Ministries, “We had a classic ‘Us…

Check out the Results for the BCWI Annual Reader Survey!

Thank you to everyone who responded to the BCWI Annual Reader Survey! We’re using your valuable feedback to help build a better, weekly Flourishing Culture Blog and Podcast! Here’s an overview of the nationwide responses we received: How our blog has helped you the most: “Leadership” was the runaway #1 topic, followed by “staff engagement”…

3 “Musts” to Guard and Guide the Board-CEO Relationship

Let Peter Greer, President and CEO of Hope International show you seven proven ways to develop a powerful, genuine relationship between your organization’s board and CEO that can, 1) improve the health of your culture, 2) better your ministry effectiveness, and thus 3) increase your overall organizational impact. The Challenge In our private interview, Peter…

How to Bust Silos and Build Your Culture with Christlike Humility

Here’s one of the best stories I’ve ever heard for how to eliminate needless, destructive organizational silos and experience a new spirit of unity so your people are more together, more focused and more productive than ever. The Challenge Sam Barfell is Superintendent of Southside Christian School in Simpsonville, South Carolina. In March 2016, their…

Trending: Six, Clear Ways That Millennials Can Improve Your Culture

Lazy. Entitled. And unsatisfied at work. This is the popular myth about millennials, the 92 million Americans born between the early 1980s and early 2000s. But what if the research showed that today’s millennials can actually offer your organization at least six, clear ways to improve the health of your culture–not in some distant future,…

5 Ways to Know the True Health of Your Leadership

Fact: Without intentional, strategic leadership development focused on the continued growth of your people, you’re apt to weaken the health of your culture and thus your organizational impact. Here’s the better alternative . . . Named as one of the top 30 most influential Industrial-Organizational Psychologists alive today and a nationally recognized speaker and thought…