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Video recordings of our Faith in Business Monthly online seminars are listed below:
 
Ram Gidoomal CBE will be interviewed by Jerry Marshall, and together they will discuss how purpose, dignity and love relate to our new theme of Beauty at Work. By sharing some of their life journeys, they will challenge us to discover the beauty of business and Our Silk Road.
Did you know that you are beautiful? And that you are called to enhance the beauty of the world around you? But what relevance does beauty have to ordinary everyday work? Join Brandon Vaidyanathan and Anita Bennett as they introduce our new theme: Beauty in Business
In our final Investment themed FiBM, Martin Palmer and Jo Plummer - guided by FiBM regular Rob Wright - will help us know what a Theology of Investment looks like in our own lives and workplaces, and understand Investment in God’s Mission for humanity.
Gordon Eichhorst, Reuben Coulter and Camelle Daley lead an interactive session designed to help us pursue profitable God-inspired solutions that will create the kind of world we want to live in tomorrow.
John Featherby and Fiona Brennan-Scott discuss how businesses can be a source of both positive change and prosperity - through which people lead purposeful lives.
Our 2022 leadership retreat featured heart-felt worship, honest talks, inspiring theology, deep prayer and strengthened relationships. Participants share things they experienced and learned at the retreat, and how they have been applying those things in practice
This special Faith in Business Monthly reveals some of the vision behind our 2022 Cambridge Leadership Retreat, introduces some of the Retreat's HEARTtalkers, and illustrates how participants can expect to benefit.
Gary Cundill, Jerry Marshall and Keren Pybus guide us in exploring how we can use business to tackle conflict, climate change and poverty.
Prof Terence Young and Rev. Phil Hanson lead a discussion about how far well-known models of business excellence might go in creating a platform for kingdom outcomes and what might be the blind spots and gaps.
In our business and personal lives, we constantly face choices. Each choice reflects an investment - of time, resources, talents and capital. Barbara Ridpath and Andrew Harper explore how to make investment decisions that more consistently reflect our faith.
Hosted by our Director, Peter Heslam, at our first FiBM of 2022 expert panelists Stephen Beer, Rosie Venner and Colin Low commence our exploration of God's investment in creation and its implications for our personal, corporate and financial investment.
Chris and Rosanne Page share how knowing who God has made them to be, and recognising the needs in the world around them, helps them fly in the teams God has put them in.
Ravi Gidoomal and Steven Barr share perspectives from the frontlines of digital and sustainable manufacturing and explore the tension between our drive to deliver commercial results and our call to steward God’s creation.
Stewart Vandermark shares the story finding purpose has played in his role as CEO of Nelsons Solicitors. He provides reflections on the connection between modern management thinking & and his experience of developing an understanding of faith and purpose in the workplace through his career.
Organizational culture and employee well-being are crucial to the social and spiritual impact of an organization. James Waters helps us explore these values, and how we can stir our employees to grow in their social and spiritual well-being. He will base his talk on extensive research, and on his experience of helping organizations implement a 'Kingdom Impact Framework'.
Continuing our series helping Christians to live and work with purpose, sustainability expert Duncan Gray helps us consider some of the most serious issues facing humanity today. Duncan will guide us biblically and practically, equipping us to build sustainable businesses that care for God's creation - as He has called us to do (Genesis 2:15)
At Faith in Business, we have been helping people understand Christian purpose through our God on Monday series and our 2021 Online Leadership Retreat. Building on these, our July Faith in Business Monthly brings together Fiona Brennan-Scott and James Shand to discuss how we can live with purpose in our personal and professional life.
Simon Barrington and colleagues from WeAreCompany facilitate a discussion around the Impact of the Pandemic on Working Relationships. Based around a survey many of our Faith in Business subscribers completed recently, this will provide you with great insight as organisations start returning to their offices and consider what the future of work may look like.
Our panelists Hannah Stolze and Val Mullally have both recently published books on biblical wisdom in business. Under the guidance of our moderator Peter Heslam, they will share insights from Proverbs - a rich resource for ordinary everyday life - and help us apply it to our workplaces. Our time together will begin with a short biblical reflection from James Holden and includes insight from Natalie Chan.
What gets in the way of effective collaboration? What do you find personally challenging in team scenarios? Is unity of purpose in business important to God and why? Dawn Stallwood helps us explore, share and understand the importance to God of effective collaboration and how our individual contributions to teamwork matter beyond simple professionalism.
Meaning and purpose can protect people from burnout. But they can also cause it – because they can induce a ‘hero’ complex (trying to rescue situations). This can harm their own wellbeing and that of those around them. Dr Rachel Morris provides insight from medicine, leadership and wisdom in the bible – a book that offers rich insight on meaning and purpose.
To call a novel, or a film, or a person 'sentimental' is generally meant as a criticism. But is there a positive role for sentiment to play, even in a performance-driven business environment? At our first Faith in Business Monthly (FiBM) of 2021, Jeanette Walker grappled with this question.
Books on world history will rank 2020 as an extraordinary year. It has been a time of struggle, pain, endurance and loss. But it has also been marked by kindness, service, community and growth. In our last Faith in Business Monthly (FiBM) of 2020, we invited five inspiring business people to share some of their experiences, and their hopes and expectations for 2021.
How do we take Christ's love into our workplace? What place does love have in difficult business decisions? What opportunities are there for Christians in the digital economy? These have been hugely important questions for Carrie Longton in her 18 year journey founding and growing Mumsnet.com into the UK's most influential network for parents.
This year has been a reckoning for everyone on the planet on so many different levels: politics; relationships; finances; work; education; healthcare; travel; race, & more. But rather than be reduced to victimhood by this punishing season, or drifting nervously until things to get back to ‘normal’, there are things we can do today to take back the initiative. Whenever there’s so much out of our control, there’s still so much we can control. And if we focus our energies on the right things, this’ll help us f
In our September Faith in Business Monthly, Alan Colley explores how risk & discomfort can challenge our constraints, expand our horizons, develop our skills, give us courage & build resilience for all that life throws at us in & out of work.
The COVID-19 pandemic is exposing us to many new challenges. One of them, for business leaders, is engaging teams virtually. What leadership styles are most effective in motivating those we work with? What is the right balance between online meetings and getting other work done? How can we be distinctive as we serve Christ through our businesses during the lockdown? To Flourish as Remote Teams and Businesses, a special set of skills is required. In our second Faith in Business Monthly, Penny Pullan - foun
In our August Faith in Business Monthly, Simon Lawson speaks from his own experiences in building a successful business with a compassionate business model, noting that this has become even more important as we live through the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the economy. He particularly explores these questions: How do we lead with compassion as we build a profitable business? How can we be more vulnerable as we lead our teams? How do we build a culture of trust and love?
In our July Faith in Business Monthly, Karen Kircher helps us understand how our belief system is created and how it impacts the way we interact with our inner selves and with others. She particularly explores these questions: What drives your beliefs, values and patterns of behaviour? What does God have to say about the battle in our minds? What steps can you take to keep emotionally balanced?
How can we find joy in our work in this time of national and international crisis? What is a biblical understanding of joy? Why is joy important? How can we bring joy to our colleagues, customers, suppliers and community when our relationships are suddenly so different? At our inaugural Faith in Business Monthly on Thursday 7 May 2020, Marjory Mair - founder director of Marjory Mair & Associates - helps us reflect on Joy at Work in Times of Crisis, reminding us why biblical joy is important and how we can



Conversations with Christian Entrepreneurs

 
The Chief Executive of Cantab Asset Management explains why he thinks Christians as people of faith and prudent risk-takers are well suited to be entrepreneurs.
IT entrepreneur Andrew Glover shares his experience of building a collaborative team, and how transparency (i.e. being honest about an embarrassing mistake) was warmly appreciated by clients.
David Ball explains the surprising circumstances which led him to set up his industrial sands and cements company at the age of 26.
Camelle Daley is a fashion designer who specialises in making clothes for women clergy. Here she talks about the importance of focus, balance and ‘Godfidence’ – confidence in God.
Dietrich Pestalozzi, head of an old established steel-making firm in Switzerland, explains the process where he handed the company on to his son Matthias.
In this extended interview, the CEO of a major engineering firm describes his miraculous recovery from a near-death cardiac arrest, an experience which has radically changed his perspective on life and work.
Boodles director Jody Wainwright justifies his selling of expensive jewellery, and explains how being a Christian entrepreneur involves instilling God’s principles into your business, listening to God’s voice and doing what he says along the way.
Joëlle was inspired to set up Warren Partners in the firm belief that you can succeed in business without losing in life.
Car dealer Mark exudes an unfailingly positive spirit as he shows passionate commitment to the welfare of both customers and employees.
Val explains how her faith has given her resolve to lead Rooflight through hard times, and the development of four corporate values (care, integrity, empowerment and unity) which fundamentally shape the company.
Social entrepreneur Grant runs Hand in Hand, a construction company and a charity dedicated to training and affirming the equality of all its Kenyan staff.
Property investor Caroline tells how her faith makes her absolutely unashamed to be herself in business, and explains how God blesses us to be a blessing to others.
Simon explains how he embraces failure (his family firm came back from going bust) and demonstrates servant leadership by cooking and serving Values Lunches for his staff.
Phil explains how integrity makes a difference in running a design-to-marketing business, including the courage to tell customers difficult truths.
The head of The Entertainer, Britain’s leading toy retailer, explains the moral stands he takes in business – notably why he doesn’t open on Sunday and doesn’t sell Hallowe’en products.


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