You're really going to love today's podcast episode. Listen to one of the most recognized Christian leaders of this generation. He challenges us to lead like it matters to God. Stay tuned as Rich Stearns talks about his new book. I'm delighted to welcome one of the most outstanding Christian leaders of our generation. Rich Stearns is President Emeritus of World Vision, and author of the soon-to-be-published book, Lead Like it Matters to God: Values-Driven Leadership in a Success-Driven World. These are two mileposts of a tremendous career filled with lessons, insights, and influence that continues to advance God’s work on earth. Rich, so glad to have you here on the Flourishing Culture Podcast. Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/why-god-cares-about-values-driven-leadership-rich-stearns/
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What are the characteristics of a leader who has faced the challenges of a toxic workplace culture and has moved it to Flourishing? In today's episode, you'll witness how this leader faced the challenge with prayer, courage, humility, and perseverance. Stay tuned to hear for yourself.
I'm so grateful that my guest is Kevin McKee, Senior Pastor of The Chapel, a growing church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Kevin, welcome to The Flourishing Culture Podcast.
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In today's Flourishing Culture Podcast, you'll hear how our guest connects the dots of how listening, conviction, trust, and compensation have helped to build his multisite church's healthy culture.
One of my favorite guests is with us right now. Scott Wiggins is Director of Staff at Pinelake Church, a multisite church in Mississippi. At Pinelake, he focuses on the professional and spiritual development of staff members, leads their human resource team, and works closely with Pinelake’s personnel team and elders. I want to welcome back Scott Wiggins. Scott, thanks for joining us, again, on the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
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Today, our show highlights and organization that has been on the road to Flourishing. They have worked for several years now on their workplace culture and have moved to the level we call Flourishing. Yes, listen in as Robert Bortins, Jr. gives practical tips on improving Healthy Communication, Sustainable Strategy, and Life-Long Learning; all while building trust, unity, and commitment among his team.
I want to begin our visit with a question you might already be asking: How can our organization help ensure the trust, unity, and effectiveness of our people during these uncertain times?
I know we all have some thoughts about the answer to this question, but today, we're about to hear a powerful story of how one organization offers you a road map that turns the toughest challenges into success.
The man behind this amazing story is Robert Bortins, Jr., CEO of Classical Conversations in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Robert, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.
Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/4-keys-to-grow-g…obert-bortins-jr/