How To Build “Kingdom Minded” Companies Presentation

Build a “Kingdom Minded” company width=In HIS Name HR is currently accepting dates for January through March 2012 to present, “How to Build Kingdom Minded Companies.”  This presentation is designed for Christian-owned businesses with 50 or more employees.

With over 20 years of Human Resources experience ranging from Fortune 100 (Kodak, Quaker Oats, and Merck Pharmaceuticals) to small- and mid-sized companies, Mark Griffin has seen it all. Please come and enjoy Mark’s presentation on how you might best build Kingdom Minded Companies in today’s politically correct business world. Let Mark inspire you to be bold and brave in your faith by ensuring Christ is present in your workplace.

If you have a conference, roundtable group, seminar series or a Church business group that would be interested to have Mark address them in person, please contact us at your earliest convenience to book your event. Additionally, if you know of a pastor or Christian leader who might be interested in hearing this message or supporting a presentation, please forward this message to them.

Thank you.

3 Comments

Patti Waterbury

posted on November 15, 2011Reply

Looking forward to seeing your presentation, Mark!

Kathy L. Stenson

posted on November 17, 2011Reply

How do you help major compnaies deal with the “Politically Correct” HR approach to hiring? Has diversity gone too far?

Mark A. Griffin

posted on November 17, 2011Reply

There is diversity between all of us even if we all are the same gender and race! The meaning of the term diversity has changed over the past 25 years dramatically.

I advocate that all companies select the best candidate with the best match of
qualifications required to facilitate success in the position.

If we solely made selection on what we thought was correct because of our bias, we would not be good Christians, it would also be illegal and not in anyone’s best interest!

Again, Positions always need to be filled by the best qualified candidate, regardless of their personal preferences and lifestyles. We are here to love one another and not cast others away. Of course all companies should have policies and procedures and should outline certain behavior that is not appropriate (regardless of lifestyle). I personally have never run across any issues, in secular or Christian owned companies that were of concern. When all people are treated with dignity and respect, most will reciprocate.

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