One of the smartest, most effective ways to value and improve the health of your organizational culture is to think about your culture through the mind of an engineer.
Today, you’re going to hear from a Christian leader—an executive vice president and chief operating officer—who’s been trained as an engineer. Wait till you see what her analytic mind, her sense of teamwork, attention to detail, communication skills, desire to learn, and leadership skills…. can mean for your desire to increase the health of your organizational culture.
Today we have the pleasure of visiting with Deb Limb, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of CRISTA Ministries in the greater Seattle area. CRISTA has seven individual ministries and more than 1,200 employees. The mission of CRISTA is to love God by serving people.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3e2-how-to-avoi…orah-limb-crista/
As a leader, what’s one of the hardest things you face at work? What’s the one thing you put off, the thing you avoid, the thing you absolutely do not look forward to? If your answer is “having difficult conversations,” then you’re really going to get a lot out of today's episode.
You may have also seen Sheila present at last year’s Global Leadership Summit. And if you missed her there, be sure to catch her at the Church Culture Conference, hosted by Willow Creek Community Church. On October 17-18, 2016, join us to sharpen your skills and network with top human resource professionals in the church world.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/encore-episode-give-receive-feedback-well-sheila-heen/
Embracing change in any environment is never easy. And yet, as church leaders who are inviting others into life-change, it’s critical that our lives are changing too.
Looking at the good and the bad in your workplace culture can reveal that God wants to grow and sanctify us – personally, as teams, as a culture, an organization, and as followers of Christ.
Here to talk with us about this today is Jeff Lockyer, Lead Pastor at Southridge Community Church in St. Catharines, Ontario. Southridge has such a healthy culture that they land in the top 1% of churches that have surveyed with the Best Christian Workplaces Institute. Let’s find out what they’ve done to embrace change and build a healthy culture.
Find the full show notes at http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s2e27-jeff-lockyer-southridge-community-church.