As you know, there are many benefits of having a healthy employee culture. One positive outcome that’s not often talked about is how a healthy culture makes leadership transition easier for an organization.
That’s the story going on at Redeemer Presbyterian Church throughout the leadership transition of well known senior pastor, Tim Keller.
To tell us this story and shed some practical insights for what Redeemer’s experience can mean for you, I want to welcome my guest, Chris Dolan, Director of Information Services at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. Welcome, Chris. Thanks for joining us. today
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3-e31-chris-dolan-2018/
At this moment, I’m looking at a web site that says these startling words:
TONIGHT, UP TO 7,000 PEOPLE FACE HOMELESSNESS IN METRO ATLANTA.
Jim Reese is the President and CEO of the Atlanta Mission, and he’s with me, today.
Jim, I’m inspired by how Atlanta Mission transforms, through Christ, the lives of those facing homelessness.
Last year, alone, the Atlanta Mission:
· made available more than 237,534 nights of shelter provided for individuals, and
· helped more than 175 people obtain employment.
And true to your calling last year, the Atlanta Mission ended Homelessness for 491 people.
Jim, you and I know that this kind of impactful, life-changing ministry work begins with the people, the culture, of the Atlanta Mission.
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3e30-jim-reese-atlanta-mission/
Over the course of over 20 years helping equip hundreds of organizations to improve the health of their culture, leaders will often ask this question: “Can you give us ideas to rapidly improve our culture?”
Many healthy-to-flourishing culture turnarounds come about through months, even years of good, hard work. Still, there are times when you can accelerate your progress to improve the health of your culture.
Today, I’m very excited for you to meet two ministry leaders who in fact found a way to accelerate the transformation of their culture’s health—and the results were tremendous.
In fact, their improvement is one of the greatest improvements in the 15-year history of BCWI clients that have dramatically increased the health of their culture in just one year between taking their first and second annual Employee Engagement Survey. Their story just might be the springboard you need to catapult the health of your culture and see the positive results sooner than later.
My guests, today, on the Flourishing Culture Podcast are Paul Richardson, the President and Michael Joshua, the Vice President of Finance, for Bible League Canada in Grimsby, Ontario.
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3e29-bible-league-canada