If you were a new leader in an organization, what would be an important first step to create a healthier culture? Today's guest started with creating core values to take his church's culture to the next level.
Join us for a conversation with Doug Sauder, the Lead Pastor of Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale. Doug found himself in this role after a surprise transition and was faced with multiple challenges all at once, including a staff culture that was in a critical moment.
Listen in to see how one key initiative became the difference-maker that really improved Calvary’s staff culture.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s2-e19-doug-sauder-calvary-chapel-fort-lauderdale.
Transforming the workplace culture of a Christian ministry is a challenging proposition. Our guest today knows this for a fact, because he’s been a key part of transforming the employee culture of one of the largest, best known churches in the world.
Listen in on this conversation with Colby Burke, the director of human resources at Willow Creek Community Church.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s2-e18-colby-burke-willow-creek-cc.
Why does having a healthy staff culture matter? Is it really worth the effort? Does it ultimately impact your organization’s performance? Today’s guest has a fascinating response to this question.
Today we have the pleasure of visiting with Gary Schwammlein, who is President and CEO of the Willow Creek Association – known for helping Christians grow their leadership to maximize Kingdom impact through the popular annual Global Leadership Summit.
Last fall, Gary spoke at the Church Culture Conference in front of 200 ministry and human resources leaders. In his talk, “Why Culture Matters,” he outlined the direct connection between staff health and ministry outcomes. He’s going to tell us about that direct connection in today's episode.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s2-e17-gary-schwammlein-willow-creek-association.