Cost of This Priceless Culture Makeover: $0.00

Discover the three zero-cost keys this President and CEO used to radically improve the organization’s culture, and you’ll wonder, “Why didn’t I think of that?” The Challenge After years of steady growth, the Willow Creek Association had survived the Great Recession (2008-12). By 2013, the WCA—known for helping Christians grow their leadership to maximize Kingdom…

Season 2 Episode 16: How To Align Staff Around Your Mission // Roland Warren, Care Net

Thanks for joining us on Season 2 of The Flourishing Culture Podcast! How can you make sure your entire team is aligned around the same goals and working toward your mission and vision? And why is this important for your workplace culture? Listen to the Audio Listen in iTunes | Listen in Stitcher Radio Today we’re talking with…

3 Keys to Repair Communication and Revive Your Culture

Read on to learn how a relatively small ministry organization of 28 staff nailed down three essentials to healthy culture that every organization and church can use! The Challenge What do you do, as an organization, if there’s no proven metric that can accurately measure the true condition (including real trouble spots) of your workplace…

What is “God’s Unique Fingerprint” for Your Organization?

For Central Christian Church in Phoenix, Arizona, it was one of those “moment of truth” opportunities that caused leadership to hold their breath. The best part is what happened next . . . The Challenge Kelly O’ Donnell, Central’s Executive Director, reveals what was at stake: “We were growing in numbers, and yet we could…

Season 2 Episode 12: How To Move Culture from Toxic to Flourishing // Craig Warner, The Gideons International

Thanks for joining us on Season 2 of The Flourishing Culture Podcast! One of the most remarkable cultural transformations we’ve seen comes from one of the oldest and most revered Chrisitan ministries. In the past 6 years, Craig Warner, Executive Director of The Gideons International, has moved their workplace culture from toxic to one that’s very healthy. Today, we’re…

Season 2 Episode 11: How To Build Trust and Open Communication // Bob Lonac, CRISTA

Thanks for joining us on Season 2 of The Flourishing Culture Podcast! How can leaders build a culture of trust and open communication? Today, it’s our pleasure to welcome Bob Lonac, President and Chief Executive Officer of CRISTA. The number one strength CRISTA scored on the BCWI Employee Engagement Survey is trust. And right there with trust,…

How To Let the Aroma of Christ Transform Your Culture

It’s one of the most remarkable Christian organizations anywhere: a family of seven distinctive ministries united by a compelling five-word pledge. Preserving that promise is where the story gets interesting. I’d known Bob Lonac, President and CEO of CRISTA near Seattle, for years. And still, when I sat down with Bob, the situation he and…

Season 2 Episode 10: How To Transform Your Culture in 1 Year // Scott Evans, Outreach Inc.

Thanks for joining us on Season 2 of The Flourishing Culture Podcast! Imagine, for a moment, if you could significantly improve the health of your workplace culture over this coming year and see the growing satisfaction, camaraderie and productivity of your people. Today, you’re going to meet a leader who’s has done just that – significantly improve the…

5 Super-Practical Ways YOUR Culture Can Soar!

Today we’re sharing the surprising story of how a ping-pong table, a series of free lunches and the use of a GoPro camera, kayak or paddleboard (take your pick) transformed one organization’s culture—from teetering on the rocks to soaring off the charts! The Challenge In 1996, Scott Evans founded Outreach, Inc. with an audacious vision to…

3 Takeaways from our Reader Survey to Strengthen Your Culture

We asked for your feedback. And you delivered. Thank you. Clear preferences from this year’s respondents–double the number over last year’s survey—have produced three significant, practical takeaways any organization, church and Christian-owned business can use to create a healthy, flourishing culture that can translate to increased organizational effectiveness. What can these three key findings mean…