Thanks for joining us on Season 3 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.
How healthy is your employee culture? How can you find out? And if you happen to find out your culture is not quite where you’d like it to be, what do you do?
Our guest today, has a very compelling answer to share. His name is Scott Kissel and he’s the Senior Executive Pastor at Timberline Church in Fort Collins, CO.
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In the past two years, Scott has been at the center of the culture transformation of Timberline Church for the past two years. I can’t wait for him to share the true stories, biblical principles and practical action steps that can help you build your workplace culture and increase your ministry impact.
Remain strong, remain faithful, and remain prayerful as you engage in your culture.”
In this episode, you’ll learn about:
- How to deal with burnout and frustration in your culture
- Learn how to improve your team’s chemistry
- How to develop communication: Where you are here and where you are going.
- Communicate vision and plans with your staff
- Defining job descriptions and evaluating compensation
- The importance of building up staff supervisors
- Creative ideas on how to interact with your staff and build trust
Explore Additional Resources
- Learn more about BCWI Engagement Survey
- Learn more on last week’s blog post: Four Ways to Revive a Culture That Just Doesn’t Feel Right
- Find out more about Willow Creek Assocation’s Global Leadership Summit
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