“How do I foster meaningful work relationships and influence workplace culture?” Webinar (Video)Video / Produced by TOW Project and Partners
How do I foster meaningful relationships with my coworkers when I mostly talk about work-related topics? How can I change the culture of my workplace? What are some ways to collaborate with other believers in my workplace? Panelists Christeen Rico, Femi Sokoya and Corrie Napier discuss these questions and more in our webinar.
- 0:00 Intro
- 3:01 Christeen Rico
- 24:59 Femi Sokoya
- 46:55 Corrie Napier
- 1:08:28 Q&A
Recorded Saturday, May 15, 2021
- Starting an employee resource group: www.faithandworkmovement.org
- "The Complete Book of Questions: 1001 Conversation Starters for Any Occasion" by Gary Poole
- “Why Business Matters to God (And What Still Needs to Be Fixed)” by Jeff Van Duzer
About the Panelists
Corrie Napier is a conflict consultant, trainer, mediator, and international education professional who specializes in helping individuals and organizations navigate conflict and enhance effective communication. She is trilingual and draws daily upon over a decade of experience living and working internationally, predominantly in China, Argentina and Israel. Corrie holds a Master of Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine University’s Caruso School of Law, and currently serves as Director of Pax Napier, PLLC, a specialized, international consultancy, law, and mediation firm focusing on conflict resolution, problem solving, and development.
Christeen Rico is a daughter of the Creator of the Universe, a follower of Jesus integrating faith and business to bring to life a vision in Proverbs 11:10, “when the righteous prosper, the city rejoices.” She was born in the Philippines, raised in the Bay Area, studied in New York City and currently based in Silicon Valley. Today she gets to enrich millions of people’s lives all around the world in and through her work in global store operations at Apple. Christeen also serves on the advisory board of the Lausanne Movement Workplace Ministry and Biola University Office of Innovation.
Femi Sokoya is a project manager and more generally an implementation and strategy professional. Originally from Tennessee, Femi has lived in Wisconsin for the last 8 years and is married with one daughter and child on the way. His education and cultural background influence him to think through both his journeys in life and as a professional as systems full of redemptive story. As an active member of his church, Femi sees his individual mission as bringing forth gospel-centered kingdom justice manifested through spirit-filled individuals, maximized in community. Work is part of that community. He has been featured on the Making It Work Podcast from the Theology of Work Project and considers it an honor that people appreciate his ideas and insight.
Work as GlobaLocal Mission Webinar Series
This is the second webinar in our "Work as GlobaLocal Mission" webinar series.
- March 27, 2021: "How does my secular work have kingdom impact?" Watch here
- Mary 15, 2021: "How do I foster meaningful work relationships and influence workplace culture?"
- July 17, 2021: "How do I discern God's path for my career development?" Register here
Sponsored by Called to Work, GoLiveServe, and Theology of Work Project.