Imagine you’re the president of a church denomination of 2,000 individual congregations. You’re responsible for scores of pastors, their ministry teams, and hundreds of missionaries across the world.
How do you deal with competing interests, complex issues and people under your care who are both working down the hall and dispersed around the world?
Our guest, today, is going to tell us how he’s handled it all—and not only survived, but in fact, thrived! He’s going to offer insight and wisdom on how inspirational leadership can go a long way to creating a healthy culture. Believe me, you’re in for a treat.
Today we have the pleasure of visiting with John Stumbo, President of The Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination.
Find the full show notes here: http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3e5-john-stumbo-cma
It’s a privilege and pleasure to welcome Leighton Ford. Leighton is a Christian leader whom God has called and gifted as an evangelist and later called to identify, develop and network leaders of a new generation.
He is also the author of several books including Transforming Leadership … which is used widely now in seminaries globally. You might also know another one of his books called… The Attentive Life.
Leighton, welcome to our podcast, today.
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3e52-leighton-ford/
Imagine if your staff culture changed for the better through higher levels of trust, better overall management, greater compassion, plus an increasing level of fairness and integrity.
My guest has seen this come true in his organization--and a transformed staff culture can happen in your organization too.
Today, I want to welcome Brad Carr, Founder and President of SonicAire, a very successful Christian-led company in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. And what a story he has to tell.
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3e50-brad-carr
“How engaged would you like your staff to be at work, where people trust one another, give their all, and feel unified and productive in fulfilling the organization’s mission?”
Wait till you hear how my guest, today, answers this question—because I think it points to some great results that would thrill any leader.
Let me welcome Duane Zook, CEO, of Josh McDowell Ministry, based in Plano, Texas. Hi Duane and welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3e50-duane-zook/