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The Flourishing Culture Podcast

Welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast, brought to you by the Best Christian Workplaces Institute. Each week, we bring you timely, transformative truths from the Christian workplace you can use to build a flourishing culture and a thriving organization. Listen in as Al Lopus, Cofounder & Board Chair of BCWI conducts interviews with leaders. Learn more at www.bcwinstitute.org.
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Now displaying: July, 2022
Jul 25, 2022

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.

Find full show notes here: https://bit.ly/robertbortinsremote

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Jul 18, 2022

Is there a biblical imperative to lead a workplace culture? Christian leaders, why would we want to invest time and treasure into creating a flourishing workplace? Today we hear directly from a leader who shares his heart including why a flourishing workplace matters and how it has come about.

David Emmert is Lead Pastor at Celebration Baptist Church, in Tallahassee, Florida. Their workplace culture, for the most part is thriving and flourishingAnd, under David’s leadership, Celebration’s staff of 33 employees has achieved something truly remarkable, and that’s that 91 percent of their staff is engaged in their work.  

Find full show notes here: http://bit.ly/davidemmert

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Jul 11, 2022

Are you looking for ways to improve your leadership effectiveness? Today, our special guest, with 35 years of CEO experience, outlines four ways to improve the softer side of your leadership.

Dr. Gene Habecker is Senior Fellow with the Sagamore Institute (Leadership Development and Capacity Building) and President Emeritus of Taylor University. He’s also an Adjunct Professor in the PhD in Leadership program at Capital Seminary and Graduate School as well as the former President and CEO of American Bible Society. He’s the author of The Softer Side of Leadership: Essential Soft Skills That Transform Leaders and the People They Lead.

Find full show notes here: https://bit.ly/genehabeckerepisode

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Jul 4, 2022

What's one thing that can inflict so much emotional pain that it can significantly hinder your leadership effectiveness? Today, listen to one of the world's leading experts on having a healthy marriage and better relationships overall.

If you happen to be married, I have a personal question for you. Have you ever noticed how a lingering frustration or a serious unresolved issue in your marriage can eat at you at work and even impact your leadership? Well, believe me, I've experienced this, and I know I'm not alone. How to build a healthy marriage is what my guest is all about today.

Les Parrott and his wife Leslie have spent the past 30 years same helping others build healthy relationships. Les is a professor of psychology at Northwest University, in Kirkland, Washington, and they are founders of the Center for Healthy Relationships on the campus of Olivet University in Anza, California

Find full show notes here: http://bit.ly/lesparrott

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