Posts Tagged ‘women in leadership’

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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13 Ways to LIFT Your Leadership

Tension is growing around the world. More than ever God is placing Christian leaders in situations that require bold faith and the strength to stand unshaken in the midst of fierce cultural winds. Now is the time for all leaders to be steadfast in prayer, study of the Word, and deliberately invest in their leadership.…

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Exchanging Pride for Humility

  By Jenni Catron Personally I think Peter gets a bad rap. Many of us are too quick to judge Peter, who is famously remembered for denying Jesus three times. Our self-righteousness gets the better of us, and whether we admit it or not, we’re tempted to believe that in his shoes, we never would have…

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Navigating Icebergs: Greatest Challenges Facing Female Christian Leaders

By Dr. Halee Scott In my book, Dare Mighty Things: Mapping the Challenge of Leadership for Christian Women, I argue that the bulk of the conversation about female Christian leaders is concerned with the degree of leadership a Christian woman is allowed to have. Though women are leading in both complementarian and egalitarian contexts, rarely have…

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Shattering the Glass Ceiling

By Dr. Halee Scott Sammie had worked for the company for ten years before she hit the “glass ceiling”. With her strong commitment to God and her irreproachable work ethic, she’d garnered the respect of the entire company—from the warehouse stockmen straight to the CEO. Sammie started in the call center, fielding calls from donors,…

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5 Strategies for Charting New Territory

By Dr.Halee Gray Scott In the 21st century, we are inclined to think that there are no unknown territories, no frontiers left uncharted. 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 endeavor poses a double challenge because…

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