238. Ten Keys to Build World Class Faith-Centered Workplace Culture

Season #2

How do you grow from a team of three to over 100 employees and more than $20M revenue, achieving nationally recognized results in your field? Even better, how do you do that while keeping faith at the center and not reducing, but rather enhancing the culture and impact?   This is the story of Philip Licht and his team at Set Free Alaska.  

Read the blog here: Heaveninbusiness.com/blog/ten-keys-to-build-faith-centered-culture  

Keys to building faith-centered culture that achieves nationally recognized results:  

1. Seek and Follow Divine Guidance  

2. Set Clear Expectations and Standards  

3. Foster Leadership and Vision Sharing  

4. Implement Intentional Culture-building Practices  

5. Promote a Family-Based Atmosphere  

6. Utilize Conflict as a Growth Opportunity  

7. Practice Radical Obedience and Risk-Taking  

8. Engage in Continuous Improvement and Learning  

9. Embrace Transparency and Open Communication  

10. Celebrate Achievements and Recognize Contributions  


- Join Andy and Janine Mason, Philip Licht and Emma Sharma doing a Heaven in Business workshop and strategic planning in Washington DC, March 22-23, 2024. Heaveninbusiness.com/workshop-DC  

- If you can't join us in-person, join us online for the six week course on Hearing God at Work. For more information see Heaveninbusiness.com/HG  

Philip Licht is the founding CEO of Set Free Alaska, an ordained minister and owner of Catalyst for Transformation consulting. Philip is skilled at establishing relational networks, building infrastructure, and developing systems that facilitate agency growth, community transformation, and personal freedom.   

As a statewide leader, Philip has served on several boards which currently include Recover Alaska, the Alaska Behavioral Health Association, Church on the Rock, and the Governor’s Advisory Board for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Philip has his Six Sigma Black Belt from Villanova University and is a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business’s Executive LEAD program. He was recognized by Alaska’s Governor Sean Parnell as one of the “Great Alaskans” of 2012 for his work in the substance abuse field.  

Philip resides in Palmer, Alaska with his wife and five children.

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