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,…

Are Your People Starving for These 3 Workplace Desires?

How is it that some organizations, when they’re stressed to the max, find a way to pull it together and succeed? Read the 60-second story of how one organization did it (and how you can too). The Challenge English Language Institute of China (ELIC) was rolling. Founded in 1981, ELIC had trained hundreds of educators to share their…

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…

How To Grow Your Organization Through Honest Feedback

How badly do you want to grow your organization? If you want greater numbers—plus more effective communication, teamwork and enjoyment of your people working together . . . The Challenge The C12 group is the largest network of round tables of Christian CEOs, business owners, and executives in North America. A 13-member team in San…

Why Do Millennials Matter to Your Organization?

75 million millennials (born from 1981-1997) are now assuming more leadership than ever in Christian organizations, churches, and businesses. What you need to know about the four ways today’s Millennials are shaking up Christian leadership and culture. The Challenge Bill Robinson knows millennials. As president of Whitworth University in Spokane, WA, (1993-2010), he engaged them…

Four Serious Culture Risks and a Solution to Each

Would you trust your organization to a highly-respected Boeing engineer and team leader who could to take your ministry to new heights? Please buckle your seatbelt in case there’s a little turbulence. The Challenge Meet Deborah Limb, Executive VP and COO of Seattle-based CRISTA Ministries, whose mission is to love God by serving people. She’s…

Meet the 148 Certified Best Christian Workplaces for 2017

MERCER ISLAND, Wash. – The Best Christian Workplaces Institute today honors 148 ministries, churches, and Christian-owned businesses as “Certified Best Christian Workplaces.” These organizations participated in the online, confidential employee engagement survey between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017. It marks the largest number of annual certified honorees in BCWI’s 15-year history. The 148…

How to Honor Your Employees With A 5-Minute Exercise

It’s called the Honor Chair–four legs, two arms and one fantastic opportunity to affirm the gifts, character and contributions of every person on your team. Learn how this simple five-minute exercise can help take your organizational culture to the next level. The Challenge The story comes from Dawn Pearcy, Director of Organizational Development  at Calvary…

5 Culture-Boosting Ideas You Can’t Ignore

How can the serious challenges of a revered church in New York City echo the all-important question: “How do we improve our workplace culture?” The Challenge Imagine your church neighborhood is home to 15 million people. A new lease means the uprooting and resettling of 200 staff. Staff engagement and satisfaction (let alone effectiveness) is literally…