Thanks for joining us on Season 3 of The Flourishing Culture Podcast! 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.
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Imagine you’re the president of a church denomination of 2,000 individual congregations. You’re responsible for scores of pastors, their ministry teams, and hundreds of missionaries across the world.
How do you deal with competing interests, complex issues and people under your care who are both working down the hall and dispersed around the world?
Our guest, today, is going to tell us how he’s handled it all—and not only survived, but in fact, thrived! He’s going to offer insight and wisdom on how inspirational leadership can go a long way to creating a healthy culture. Believe me, you’re in for a treat.
As a leader and cultural architect, I give the design to what we accomplish and the culture in which we accomplish it.
In this episode, you’ll learn about:
- How to reboot the passion of your organization
- How to move your organization from a critical moment to the high end of healthy
- The importance of investing in supervisor roles
- How to create an environment where the staff has greater ownership and engagement
- Emphasizing the value of shared experiences by a team
- When the emotional energy required to function together is less, the energy can be greater for the advancement of what God has called us to do
Explore Additional Resources
- Learn more about BCWI Engagement Survey
- Learn more on last week’s blog post: 6 Big Wins! Why You Can’t Ignore This Church Culture Rebound
- Learn more about The Christian and Missionary Alliance
- Learn more about An Honest Look at a Mysterious Journey
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