Posts Tagged ‘Mentoring’

Developing Women for Leadership By Dr. Halee Gray Scott

The Intentional Development of Millennial Women for Leadership In the 21st century, we are inclined to think that there are no unknown territories, no frontiers left uncharted for women. Yet, when Christian nonprofit organizations seek to equip millennial women for leadership, they are embarking, like Lewis and Clark, on a journey into terra incognita. The…

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Mentoring Next Generation Leaders by Dr. Tim Elmore

There is an art to mentoring next generation leaders. I just got off the phone with a business friend who was sharing about next generation leaders. He and I chuckled over an interview he’d just conducted with a recent college graduate. The candidate was a bright and overconfident female who told him in the midst…

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Fall Outcomes Academy Online 2019

It’s time for the Fall Outcomes Academy Online 2019 At Christian Leadership Alliance, it’s time for Christ-centered nonprofit leaders to go back to school at the Outcomes Academy Online. The Academy offers in-depth leadership training for those who want to expand their operational effectiveness. The  interactive 10-hour modules were developed by some of America’s top…

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Your Gift to the Next Generation By Andrea Buczynski

What’s your gift to the next generation of leaders? Every leader has something to offer the next generation. Two different colleagues come to mind, neither of who would say they develop others. The Vision Caster One, a superior vision caster and networker, put his thoughts together on casting vision in a short video. He then…

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Chainsaw or Scalpel? By William A Horton

Chainsaw or Scalpel? Which is the best tool for you? We all know that a chainsaw is used to cut down trees. A scalpel is a tool that a doctor uses to perform surgery. You would never imagine giving a plastic surgeon a chainsaw or a lumberjack a scalpel. Yet, we have all used the…

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Do Life Like Christ By Nancy Lynn Roberts

God Dares Us to Do Life Like Christ!  By Nancy Lynn Roberts ~ Are you A Christian who “lives life out loud’ by being transparent with others about your struggles and your successes?   Are you intent on leaving a legacy of faith-filled living? Do you want to share God’s Word as you live out your…

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Mentoring Transforms Cultures By Dr. Liz Selzer

Yes, mentoring transforms cultures! By Dr. Liz Selzer You have an organizational culture. It began the day your organization did. Whether you have carefully cultivated it or you have passively allowed it to develop, you have an existing culture. You and the people in your organization all bring perceptions, attitudes, values, learned behaviors, dreams and…

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The Mentoring Tree by Leighton Ford

By Leighton Ford A veteran missionary once described “banyan tree leadership.” Too many leaders, he said, are like the spreading Indian banyan tree, so thick it does not let the sun through to nourish the seedlings underneath. Senior leaders can take up so much space and oxygen they don’t allow others to flourish. In contrast…

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Passing the Baton by Wess Stafford

By Wess Stafford ~ I can’t wait for next year’s Summer Olympic Games in Brazil. I love track and field events, especially the exciting relay races — often won or lost in the split seconds of passing the baton from one runner to the next. Do it with excellence and the whole team prospers. Fumble…

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CLA Webcast 7.30.15: Organic Mentoring

How does one cultivate an effective mentoring relationship? Tune into “Organic Mentoring” with Dallas Theological Seminary teacher and author Dr. Sue Edwards. During our Webcast, she’ll outline a framework for healthy Biblical mentoring and share: Directly from Postmoderns about what they seek in a mentor relationship How to intentionally front-load mentoring relationships so they’ll succeed…

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