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Culture Wins, featuring William Vanderbloemen Culture Wins, featuring William Vanderbloemen
William - Vanderbloemen - Today - Importance - Culture
William Vanderbloemen joins us today to discuss the importance of workplace culture in the church.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
Staff - Harder - Workplace - Culture
The bigger your staff gets, the harder it is to maintain a good workplace culture.
Millennials want to like the culture of the place at which they work.
Culture - Culture - Church - Ministry
You need to set your own workplace culture. Don’t try to copy the culture of another church or ministry.
The people of an organization or ministry or church set the culture.
William - Vanderbloemen - Entrepreneur - Pastor - Speaker
William Vanderbloemen is an entrepreneur, pastor, speaker, author, and CEO and founder of Vanderbloemen Search Group, an executive search firm serving churches, ministries, and faith-based organizations. He is a regular contributor to several major publications including Forbes where he covers topics about having a strong faith and building a business, Fortune, and Outreach magazine. He has also been published through Fast Company, Entrepreneur, and Inc.
Under his leadership, Vanderbloemen Search Group has won several culture awards and was named #24 on Forbes’ Best Executive Recruiting Firms in America. In 2015 and 2016, Vanderbloemen Search Group placed in the top 5 of Entrepreneur.com’s Top Company Culture – Small Business Category in the nation and top 6 of Houston’s Best Places to Work by Houston Business Journal.
Culture - William - Book - NEXT - Succession
Culture Wins is William’s third book following NEXT: Pastoral Succession That Works (2014) and SEARCH: The Pastoral Search Committee Handbook (2016). William holds degrees from Wake Forest University and Princeton Theological Seminary.
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