Listen to how this organization's investment in culture over the years, has readied the ship for whatever storm comes. Cary Humphries pursues this conversation about how with leadership commitment, alignment and the use of data, Olivet Nazarene University has built a durable culture, ready for these trying times.
It’s my pleasure to be with Dr. David Pickering, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Olivet Nazarene University located in Bourbonnais, Illinois. David, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
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The COVID-19 pandemic is causing all of us to look for some inspiration; to give us some courage as we lead in these challenging times. Listen in today's podcast as we talk with a seasoned entrepreneur about biblically-based foundations, for an organization to flourish in good times and bad.
It’s my pleasure to welcome Pete Ochs, who is the Founder and Chairman of Capital III, an impact investing enterprise focused on creating economic, social and spiritual capital, headquartered in Wichita, Kansas.
Pete, so glad to have you with us here on the Flourishing Podcast.
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Leaders of Christian organizations are facing the most difficult challenges of their life as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today our podcast highlights two leaders who believe that the health of their culture is more important now than ever. Listen to their source of hope in their voice as they link survival with innovation, that's all made possible by a flourishing culture.
It’s my pleasure to welcome Executive Director Greg Mengarelli, Chief Operating Officer Joe Zizz of the United Christian Youth Camp, or UCYC, based in Prescott, Arizona. Thank you both for joining us here on the Flourishing Podcast.
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For many organizations having a majority of your employees work from home is a new challenge. This new environment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, has challenged leaders to learn new ways of leading their virtual workplaces. Today we learn from the CEO of a growing, Christian company with 70 percent of their employees who have been working from home remotely for years. I know that you'll benefit from this great advice.
It’s my pleasure to welcome back to the Flourishing Culture Podcast Robert Bortins, Jr., CEO of Classical Conversations, in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Robert, good to be with you again.
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