Few churches have made a long-term impact on New York City, like Redeemer Presbyterian Church under the leadership of Tim Keller. As Redeemer had begun to prepare for Tim Keller’s transition from Senior Pastor, they have embarked on a journey to improve the health of their organizational culture to better position them for the future.
Today we have the pleasure of visiting with Brian Stanton, Chief Financial Officer, and Chris Dolan, co-chair of the culture team and also Director of Information Services.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s2e33-chris-dolan-brian-stanton-redeemer-presbyterian-church.
Over the last 5 years, Pantano Christian Church has experienced a 200% increase in employee engagement. Today, 9 out of every 10 staff love coming to work. That’s 90% employee engagement vs. 52% engagement for the typical Christian organization.
Here to tell us how they did it is Glen Elliott, Lead Pastor of Pantano Christian Church in Tucson, Arizona. Tune in to hear how their team has pulled together to create a catalytic force for good in the world.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s2e32-glen-elliott-pantano-christian-church.
How can an incoming leader rebuild trust after a longtime, well-loved lead pastor retires?
That’s the story of today’s guests. The two leaders you’re going to meet have shown a remarkable track record of achievement. They’ve worked together to move their church staff culture from critical condition to a flourishing workplace.
Joining us today are Shan Moyers, Lead Pastor, and Linden Kirby, Pastor of Operations at Rocky Mountain Christian Church. Rocky has two campuses in Longmont and Frederick, Colorado and 55 staff. Their mission is to know Jesus and love like him. Listen in to today's conversation to hear their inspiring story of culture transformation.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s2e31-shan-moyers-linden-kirby-rocky-mountain-christian-church.
What can a ministry's Senior Leader and Board Chair do to better their working relationship and thus increase the health of an organization’s culture?
"A well-functioning board is the single-most important variable for any ministry that wants to achieve its mission." So says Bob Andringa, who has made a career out of helping boards and executive leaders succeed simultaneously. Today, he’ll help us identify and optimize the best possible relationship between a board chair and the senior executive of a Christian ministry organization.
As Managing Partner of The Andringa Group and Network Life, Bob has worked with more than 300 faith-based organizations. He and his colleague Fred Laughlin are co-authors of the book, Good Governance for Nonprofits: Developing Principles and Policies for an Effective Board. Bob and his wife, Sue, make their home in the sunny community of Scottsdale, Arizona.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s2e30-bob-andringa.