Your #GloryTeachers have been graced to bring the glory to your business in a non-religious way. The glory is not just for ministries and churches. It is needed in the business world too. Research (Cornish, 2004; Costa, 2010) showed that over the past decade there has been a decline in the moral fabric of organizations. Indeed, corporate crimes increase (Maxwell, 2003; Pina, 2009; Webb & Badaracco, 1995). For instance, extortion, overlooking kickback schemes, and stealing everything from office supplies to company time will continue to rise. As moral values and ethics continue to decline, so will corporate responsibility. Due to the degenerate ethics trend, customer service will continue to decline and worsen. A day is coming when morality and ethics will be so low that excellent customer service will no longer exist and profit will be gained by any means necessary. The answer to situational ethics, poor customer service, unsatisfied customers, and illegal gain lies in the manifestation of the glory (Habakkuk 2:14).
The business world needs to see God’s character, nature, and power in order to thrive in today’s volatile economy. Indeed, subpar ethics will not suffice. Let Stanley and Karen show you how to release His glory in the marketplace in a non-religious way that will directly impact your bottom line. It is a well-known fact that every successful business was established on Biblical principles. Bring the knowledge of the glory to your business in order to experience revival in your profits, superior customer service, and unparalleled customer satisfaction.
Cornish, E. (2004). Futuring: The exploration of the future. Bethesda, MD: World Future Society.
Costa, K. (2010, Dec 1). For leadership, read stewardship. Wall Street Journal (Online). Retrieved from ProQuest.com
Maxwell, J. C. (2003). Ethics 101: There’s only one rule for making decisions. New York, NY: Warner Books.
Pina, K. M. (2009). The making. Trumbull, Connecticut: THOPAAD.
Webb, A. P., & Badaracco, J. L. (1995). Business ethics: A view from the trenches. California Management Review, 37(2), 8-28.