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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, President of BCWI, conducts interviews with Best Christian Workplace leaders. Learn more at www.bcwinstitute.org.
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May 10, 2021

Are you looking for a tool to help develop, promote and retain your top talent? A tool that will help your organization be more innovative and flexible to meet today’s and tomorrow’s challenges? If so, today’s podcast episode is for you. To learn more, listen in!

My guest is Giselle JenkinsConsulting Director at BCWI, who has helped organizations create career paths for almost 20 years. She’s the author of “Career Paths for Everyone” an insightful, practical guide that’s helped our BCWI Ministry Partners implement career paths in their organizations. Welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast, Giselle.  

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

Share the love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org 

May 3, 2021

Do you believe that having an unhealthy culture is creating roadblocks for your organization? That was the experience described by today’s guest. Listen in to hear how this ministry turned those roadblocks into pathways as they moved to a flourishing culture.

I’m glad to bring to the microphone, Ezra BenjaminVice President of Global Ministry Affairs for Jewish Voice MinistriesEzra, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. 

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

Share the love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org 

Apr 26, 2021

Are you looking at the possibility of exceptional growth in the next year? Listen in to today's guest, that saw rapid growth in his organization while on the way to a flourishing workplace culture.

If you’ve ever known the joy and challenge of raising a child, if you’ve adopted a child, or fostered a child, then the next few minutes are for you. I want to welcome in Ryan Stanton, Chief Executive Officer, for Compass, a very special organization based in Kearney, Nebraska. Ryan, I'm so glad to welcome you to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.  Find full show notes here http://bit.ly/ryanstantonrapidgrowth

Share the love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org 

Apr 19, 2021

What is the benefit of having a flourishing workplace culture? Yes, things run more smoothly, there is often lower turnover, people are treated more respectfully, employees are more engaged, and productivity is higher. But on today's show, one more benefit comes out. When organizations have flourishing workplace cultures leaders love coming to work. They come with more energy and enthusiasm. Listen in to learn how!

I know leaders who are willing to go on record and say, "Your workplace culture is as necessary as air. Workplace culture, they'd say, 'is the very air your organization needs to live and breathe, to survive and thrive.'" My guest believes this 150%. Wait until you hear the reason why! 

I want to welcome in Jordan Newton, Chief Operating Officer for Sonic-Airea world-class company in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Jordan, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.  Find full show notes here http://bit.ly/jordannewtonhealthyculture

Share the love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org  

Apr 12, 2021

Leadership blindspots are the specific areas where a leader, even a very successful leader, is missing something. A blind spot can be a lack of attention to a certain area or part of your skillset that really has never been developed. And of course, you don't know what your blind spots are. But, we know how to find them. Listen in, as we talk with a leader about tools that helped him and his team grow to be even more effective in their leadership.

Welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. I’m Cary Humphries, Senior Consultant with the Best Christian Workplaces Institute, and for this episode, I’m sitting in for Al Lopus as your guest host.

I want you to see the real advantage and benefit of the 360. To do this, I want to bring in Todd Ervin, Executive Pastor of Ministry Support, and CFO of The Summit Church, in Raleigh Durham North Carolina. Todd, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. We’ve had the privilege of working with The Summit Church for 5 years, with full Staff Engagement Surveys, and “a bunch of” 360 reviews –something like 40. Find full show notes here http://bit.ly/toddervinsummitchurch

Share the Love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org  

Apr 5, 2021

Today's guest highlights the heart of a Flourishing Christian leader who fights for the highest possible good for those he leads. He takes us on a five-year journey of actions that he and his team have taken to improve the health of their workplace for the sake of the children they serve.

During the next few minutes, you’re going to hear an inspiring story. It’s a story rooted in the deep, compassionate, life-giving love of Jesus. It’s a story of children experiencing this love, some for the very first time. My guest is someone who knows this story by heart.  

I want to welcome Kevin Hewitt, President, and CEO of Christian Children's Home of Ohio (CCHO)Kevin, I’m delighted to welcome you to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. Find full show notes here http://bit.ly/kevinhewitthighestgood

Share the Love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org  

Mar 29, 2021

Are you ready to lead your team into the exciting times just ahead? Well, today's show highlights a conversation with a leader that has had his ministry crushed by COVID. All of our ministries and Christian camping have faced the most significant disruptions this past year. Yet, listen to the excitement in our guest's voice today about this summer's ministry. He highlights five culture strategies he and his leadership team have implemented to ensure the engagement and wellbeing of their staff. A staff that will serve twelve thousand campers this summer; all of which we hope will make personal decisions for Christ.

I’m very pleased to have as my guest Mark Heffentrager, Director of Eagle Lake Campsa ministry of The Navigators. Mark, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. Find full show notes http://bit.ly/markheffentragerepisode

Share the Love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org  

Mar 22, 2021

Today's episode gets us behind the scenes of one of the largest churches in the United States. Gateway Church has grown to over forty-thousand-weekend attenders and over six-hundred staff. They say that they are all about people. Listen in as today's guest describes how they walk the talk with their staff and how they care about their spiritual, relational, and professional wellbeing.

The bitter, winter storms in Texas have captured our attention. Many cities and towns, families, and businesses were hit hard. While the folks in Texas remain in our prayers, I say we're overdue for some good news from the Lone Star state.

That's why it gives me great delight to welcome Christyl Buchanan, Executive Director of Human Resources at Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. Christyl, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. Find full show notes here http://bit.ly/christylbuchanangateway

Share the Love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org  

Mar 15, 2021

Have you ever been asked, "What keeps you up at night"? I'll bet it often has to do with performance issues related to one of your employees. Today's episode will help you solve the problem of performance issues so that you can get on with more meaningful work. Listen is as we discuss, four proven keys to influence performance.

Our topic today is all about the performance of the people who make up your organization. Imagine, if we could hand you four proven keys to influence performance. To help us do that, I want to welcome in my trusted and talented colleague, Jay Bransford, President and COO for Best Christian Workplaces Institute. Find full show notes here http://bit.ly/jaybransfordperformance

Share the Love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org  

Mar 8, 2021

Today, our guest starts with a harsh reality. He says, “We know our world is broken.” But what he focuses on and has dedicated his life to is helping Christians build reconciling communities. When there’s reconciliation only then can we experience the restoration of relationships. To learn from his experience and to learn how—stay tuned. David Bailey is the Founder and Executive Director of Arrabon, a ministry in Richmond, Virginia, where he and his wife, Joy, call home. Find full show notes here: http://bit.ly/davidbaileyarrabon

Share the Love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org

Mar 1, 2021

Are you looking for a few powerful tips on how to improve the health of your workplace culture? Well, today's show is an interview with a president who has created one of the most Flourishing cultures we've seen in the past few years. All while seeing great ministry growth. Stay tuned to learn how! Every week, 126 new children in Georgia are removed from their homes and placed into the state’s foster care system due to abuse, neglect, addictions, violence, and more.  Enter FaithBridge Foster Carein Alpharetta, Georgia just north of Atlanta. As you’re about to hear, this amazing ministry organization is transforming the lives of children who’ve suffered abuse and neglect.  We’re so fortunate to have with us Bob Bruder-Mattson, the President and CEO of FaithBridge Foster Care. Bob, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. Find full show notes here http://bit.ly/bobbrudermattsonepisode

Share the Love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2  By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on Twitter https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at info@bcwinstitute.org

Feb 22, 2021

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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Feb 15, 2021

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.

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/7-steps-to-move-…ture-kevin-mckee/

Feb 8, 2021

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 WigginsScott, thanks for joining us, again, on the Flourishing Culture Podcast.  

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/how-listening-an…o-the-next-level/

Feb 1, 2021

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/

Jan 25, 2021

Who are the Certified Best Christian Workplaces in 2020? Well today, we highlight just a few of the 157 organizations we are honoring this week. We invite you to join us on today's show, as we discuss some of the practices these organizations do to set the standard as the best, most-effective places to work in the world.

Welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. Today, I want us to focus on just one question: During this past year, how did some Christian organizations, churches, and Christian-led companies actually create the best, most effective workplaces while facing a grave pandemic and economic uncertainty?  

Well today, I have the great pleasure of introducing the list of the 2020 Certified Best Christian workplaces. We publish this list each year to highlight organizations that are living our vision. We believe that Christian-led organizations set the standard as the best, most effective workplaces to work on in the world.  And to help describe a couple of key organizations that are on our list. I am joined today by BCWI senior leaders: Cary Humphries, Regional Director, and Giselle Jenkins, Culture Consulting Director for BCWI. I've also asked Jay Bransford, our President and Chief Operating Officer to help facilitate the discussion. 

Thank you, all, for joining me on the Flourishing Culture Podcast. 

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/157-organization…rkplaces-of-2020/

Jan 18, 2021

Do you want to see your organization on a rapid path that is sustainable? Listen in to see how today's guest has driven his organization unto the road to a flourishing workplace culture to build momentum for future impact.

Trace Thurlby is President of The Global Orphan Project. The Global Orphan Project exists to break the orphan cycle through the power of community, commerce, and the love of Jesus. Tracewelcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast. 

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/how-flourishing-…re-trace-thurlby/

Jan 11, 2021

Having a team filled with outstanding talent is a game-changer for any organization. Today, we talk with a couple of culture leaders in a large church who have leveraged their culture to be relentlessly selective in creating a staff that is humble, hungry, and healthy. To learn how, listen in!

In 2016, Outreach Magazine named Traders Point Christian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana as one of the "100 Fastest-GrowingChurchesin America." Such growth alone is significant. Yet, there's another reason to celebrate. I call it the hidden story of another kind of growth that can inspire churches everywhereIt’s a story you need to hear.  

With me right now are the two best people I know who are ready to reveal this hidden story. Kristen Miller is Culture & Development Director at Traders Point Christian Church. With Kristen is Emily Hoover, Talent Manager at Traders PointKristen and Emily, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.  

Jan 4, 2021

Happy New Year and thanks for joining us! Today, we highlight what we see as the seven trends of workplace culture in 2021! Listen in to see if you agree with this about what you see coming in the new year.

Most of us are really happy 2020 is over! As we look at 2021, what can we look forward to as we lead our organizations, or as the Bible suggests, shepherd the flock that God has entrusted to us?

Now for the past several years, we have outlined the trends we project for the next year. These have become some of the most-read blog posts and downloaded podcast episodes. In fact, last January, the first trend I predicted was "the virtual workplace is poised for even more growth as tech-savvy employees work remotely!" I never dreamed that COVID would be the thing that would cause this to be so true!

So, this year we plan to ask, what are the seven leading trends likely to shape the vitality and future of your culture, your organization's workplace, in 2021? So let's go.

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/workplace-trends…y-bransford-bcwi/

Dec 28, 2020

Today's podcast is a real treat. Do you wonder if workplace culture should be one of your organization's core strategic objectives? Well, learn from today's special guest about treating culture as a strategy for your organization. 

Whether you work in a church, parachurch organization or company, the struggle to communicate can sometimes leave your culture in a painful, frustrating place.

So, What do you do?

Today, it’s a real pleasure to be talking with Jeff Lockyer, Lead Pastor at Southridge Community Church in St Catherines, Ontario, Canada.

Hi Jeff, and welcome to our podcast, today.

Find full shownotes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/s3e40-jeff-lockyer-2/

Dec 21, 2020

We've all heard the expression from hurried people that they're running from one thing to another as if their hair is on fire. Is this what God wants for your lives? Well, listen in as our guest today talks about practical steps for leaders to live an unhurried life.

Sometimes, a quote from a book is all that’s needed to stop you in your tracks and say, “Wow.”

Here’s what I mean. Listen to this quote from a book, I’ve just finished:

“Unholy hurry may make me look busy, but too often it keeps me from actually being fruitful in the ways Jesus wants me to be.”

As I read it again, let the words soak in:

“Unholy hurry may make me look busy, but too often it keeps me from actually being fruitful in the ways Jesus wants me to be.”

These words from a fantastic book titled, An Unhurried Leader: The Lasting Fruit of Daily Influence. The book’s author, Alan Fadling, is my guest today. Welcome to our podcast, Alan!

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/uncategorized/s3-e19-alan-fadling-2/

 

Dec 14, 2020

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 take you out of your game as a leader?

Believe me, I’ve experienced this, and I know I’m not alone. How to build a healthy marriage in ways that can help you become a healthy, better leader in the process is what my guest is all about.

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

As #1 New York Times best-selling authors, their books have sold over two million copies in more than two dozen languages, and include best-selling and Gold-medallion winner Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts.

Les, welcome to the Flourishing Culture Podcast.

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/les-parrott-healthy-marriage/

Dec 7, 2020

Do you wish you could make your staff feel more truly appreciated, reduce staff turnover, increase loyalty, even reduce cynicism, and make a more positive work environment? If so, then today's episode is for you.

Dr. Paul White, Ph.D., is co-author, along with Gary Chapman, of the book, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People. The book is based on the #1 New York Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages which has sold 9 million copies, worldwide.  

Dr. White is a psychologist, speaker, consultant, and author whose passion is "making work relationships work." For over 20 years, he has assisted businesses, government agencies, schools, and non-profit agencies to build positive work cultures by discovering how to overcome the most common obstacles faced. 

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/could-you-improv…-dr-paul-white-2/

Nov 30, 2020

Today's special guest is none other than the new president and Chief Operating Officer of the Best Christian Workplaces Institute. Enjoy Al's conversation with Jay Bransford.

To everyone who's listening, you've got a front-row seat to a very special conversation. On Tuesday, November 3rd, we at BCWI, made a historic announcement that Jay Bransford has been named the new President and Chief Operating Officer of the Best Christian Workplaces Institute. With more than 20 years of leadership in respected Christian organizations and for-profit companies, Jay was the top choice of an international search that involved 600 candidates. wondered what the best way would be to tell you about Jay's stellar credentials, character, and deep commitment to Jesus Christ. The best way is to have you meet and get to know him yourself. I’m delighted and grateful to welcome the new President and Chief Operating Officer of the Best Christian Workplaces InstituteJay Bransford  

Find full show notes https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/inspirational-wo…y-bransford-bcwi/

Nov 16, 2020

Have you been working to identify your blind spots? As a leader, overcoming your blind spots is important in becoming your best true self. Today, we highlight a tool that helps you do just that.

If you know anything about the Enneagram—or even if you aren’t familiar with the Enneagram—the next few minutes could be tremendously important to you, your relationship with God, and your continuing spiritual growth. My guest is Alice Fryling, who is a seasoned spiritual director, presenter, and the author of nine books, including her very popular book, Mirror for the Soul: A Christian Guide to the Enneagram.  Alice, welcome to the Flourishing Podcast.  

Find full show notes here https://www.bcwinstitute.org/podcast/the-enneagram-as…th-alice-fryling/

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