How can you continually develop a staff both professionally and spiritually to better advance the vision and mission of your Christian ministry? Our guest, today, has walked this path and has more than a few practical insights and stories to help you strengthen your people and improve the health of your culture.
Today, we have the pleasure of visiting with Scott Wiggins the Director of Staff at Pinelake Church, a multi-site church in Mississippi. Pinelake has over 125 staff and, today, has a very healthy staff culture. Scott’s role is to train and develop the church staff spiritually and professionally.
Find full shownotes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/s3e23-scott-wigg…inelake-church-2/
One of the questions people most often ask is this: “How long does it take to improve the health of an organization’s culture?” What would you say? Six months? . . . A year?
It’s natural to think that most people want their culture to change and be better in a relatively short amount of time. The fact is, true, meaningful transformation of a culture often takes three to five years. There’s a huge benefit in this for you and your organization.
My guest, today helped lead his company through an amazing five-year culture transformation. His story may speak directly into your story and the things you most desire for your culture.
As the CEO, Jarrod Graetz has been leading 89.9 LightFM through an impressive culture change and is now five years into the journey. Over those five years we have seen their employee culture move from ‘critical moment’ not far above to “highly ‘flourishing,” today.
Hey, mate, and welcome to our podcast, today!
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3-e42-jarrod-graetz-89-9-lightfm/
The story you’re about to hear is simply extraordinary.
In BCWI’s 15 years, we’ve worked with over 900 churches, organizations and companies. On average, their level of employee engagement is 53.5%. Fifty-three employees out of a hundred and engaged in their work. That’s significantly better than the U.S. average of 33% reported by Gallup.
Today we are talking with a guest where 91%, of the staff are fully engaged in their work! That’s remarkable.
Today we have the pleasure of talking with Steve Crawley, CFO and spokesman for BMA America.
Based in Conway, Arkansas, BMA America is a family of seven ministries, each with a unique directive, to help fulfill the Great Commission.
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3-e41-steve-crawley/