Do you wonder, "how do I build a culture of trust in my department or organization"? Listen in as an author, Boyd Bailey describes the essential habits of relational leaders.
Thanks for joining us. It gives me great pleasure to welcome Boyd Bailey, author of Essential Habit of Relational Leaders: Building a Culture of Trust.
Boyd is the president of the Georgia chapter of the National Christian Foundation and the founder of Wisdom Hunters, a ministry whose daily devotional emails help more than 100,000 readers connect with Christ. He is also co-founder of Ministry Ventures, which has coached more than 1,000 faith-based nonprofits in board development, administration, fundraising, and more.
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As we progress through this pandemic, how are you shepherding the employees God has entrusted to you? In today's episode, we hear from the CEO of a large diverse ministry share how they are demonstrating care for their Outstanding Talent.
The story my guest is about to share has a huge, potential upside. It’s a story that speaks to the #1 challenge every organization, every workplace culture, and every leader is facing right now.
For nearly 60 years, Bethesda has been offering faith-based care to seniors and then reinvesting their net revenue to support missionary endeavors around the world. Based in Colorado Springs, Bethesda operates more than 21 senior living facilities in 18 communities throughout the country. Their culture challenges speak to innovative strategies and some remarkable successes. Dana Rasic, CEO of Bethesda Associates—have I set the bar high enough for you?
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Have you heard "culture eats strategy for breakfast"? Do you believe it? In today's episode, I interview a CEO who has turned three, faith-based organizations around by focusing on workplace culture as the strategy for change.
I’m so pleased to have with me is Dusty Rubeck, President of CDF Capital, based in Irvine, California. Dusty, it’s really a pleasure to welcome you to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
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Does your organization have invisible pillars that will sustain it in troubled times and good times? In this episode, you'll hear about a compelling example that does just that.
One of the keys to organizational success is Fantastic Teams that work effectively cross-functionally—and one of the keys to Fantastic Teams is breaking down silos that can needlessly weaken the health of your workplace culture. Here, to share with us how to break down silos—and improve your culture in other clear, practical ways—is Doug Mazza, Former President of Joni and Friends.
Hi Doug and welcome to our podcast, today.
Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/season-3-episode…joni-and-friends/