Thanks for joining us on Season 5 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.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing all of us to look for some inspiration; to give us some courage as we lead in these challenging times. Listen in today’s podcast as we talk with a seasoned entrepreneur about biblically-based foundations, for an organization to flourish in good times and bad.
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It’s my pleasure to welcome Pete Ochs, who is the Founder and Chairman of Capital III, an impact investing enterprise focused on creating economic, social and spiritual capital, headquartered in Wichita, Kansas.
Pete, so glad to have you with us here on the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
Embrace the trial, figure out what God wants you to learn and ask him for wisdom.“
In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- One word that best describes what these current times mean to you (02:25)
- Learning the difference between ownership and stewardship (03:27)
- Where does the name Capital III come from? (04:52)
- Buying a business during the great recession (11:14)
- Given the tragedy before us, is there any sense of hope you can offer listeners? (11:19)
- Being a manager during a crisis (13:11)
- What is the all-important connection between meaningful work and a person’s self-worth? (16:06)
- You can’t have a transformed business without a transformed steward leader (19:03)
- From success to significance to surrender (21:47)
- Four critical character traits for leaders (26:58)
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