If you saw a billboard summarizing your workplace culture what would it say? Well, today we talk with a leader who believes in making and investing in workplace culture. Listen to specific ideas that you can implement in your organization today.
Today, we have a special treat for you. My guest is Allan Kelsey the Associate Senior Pastor of Gateway Church in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex area.
With 30,000 weekend attendees on several campuses, Gateway is one of the largest and fasting growing churches in the country.
I believe Gateway’s rapid growth over its 17 years, has been possible because of their healthy culture that Allan has helped to cultivate.
Hi Allan, and welcome, again, to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/blog/s3e28-allan-kels…gateway-church-2/
I’m excited about our show today because we are going to hear about a total culture transformation story that gets at the heart of our vision here at the Best Christian Workplaces Institute: We believe Christian-led organizations should set the standard as the best, most effective places to work in the world, and that includes Bible Colleges who prepare workers for Christian ministry.
We have the pleasure of talking with Mark Maxwell, President of Prairie College in Three Hills, Alberta Canada. From its founding in 1922, the heartbeat of Prairie College (originally founded by Mark’s grandfather as Prairie Bible Institute) has been to know Christ and make Him known. Over the years, Prairie has prepared 17,000 students to serve God in 114 countries around the world.
In BCWI’s 15-year history and the 900-plus organizations we’ve had the opportunity to serve, Prairie College has made one of the single greatest before-and-after improvements of its culture. It continues to be an incredible culture transformation.
Find full show notes here http://blog.bcwinstitute.org/s3e36-mark-maxwell/
The interruptions in our normal routines caused by the COVID-19 crisis is challenging us to rethink our approach to many things. Yes, it is allowing us to rethink our Christian values and how we apply them in our lives and in our organizations. How do we, as Christian leaders, encourage flourishing families? Especially at the beginning of our children's lives. Listen in to this new and challenging research on how Christian organizations deal with key, family-friendly policies.
It’s really a pleasure to welcome in Dr. Denise Daniels, Professor of Management at Seattle Pacific University. Denise, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/importance-of-fa…an-organizations/
As leaders in Christian organizations, we have the rare opportunity in the midst of this pandemic and social upheaval to influence our workplace culture and the world at large. Listen in as a best-selling author, Philip Yancey encourages us to be different by reaching out and exhibiting grace. Listen in as he encourages us to be healers and bridge builders in our divided world.
Philip Yancey is one of the most popular and revered Christian writers on the planet. His 30 books have sold 15 million copies. His bestsellers, include The Jesus I Never Knew, and Prayer: Does it Make Any Difference? Among his many well-read books is one that speaks to the upheavals and uncertainties of our present time. What my guest, Philip Yancey, has to share with you in the next few minutes will touch you wherever you live and work, and however, you’re seeking to follow Jesus.
How’s that for an intro? Philip Yancey, welcome to the Flourishing Culture podcast.
Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/philip-yancey-leaders-model-grace/