Tag Archives: Wisdom

Parse the Paradoxes – Become a Better Boss

In Linda A. Hill and Kent Lineback’s book, Being the Boss, they explain that leadership is so difficult because there isn’t one way that is always right. Rather, great leaders need to be able to see the truth in both … Continue reading

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The Millenials – A Chosen Generation

The material in this blog post is derived from Thom and Jess Rainer’s book The Millenials: Connection to America’s Largest Generation The title of this article needs some explanation. By Millenials, I am referring to the generation born between the … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership: Speaking Truth and Grace

One of the hardest things about being a leader is correcting employees in a loving way.  Greenleaf makes this comment: “Servant leadership always empathizes, always accepts the person but sometimes refuses to accept some of the person’s effort or performance … Continue reading

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Working from Home: A Christian Perspective

As my husband and I prepared to move to Jackson, Mississippi a year ago so that he could finish his degree at Reformed Theological Seminary, I was sad to bid farewell to my coworkers and friends at BCWI. I worked … Continue reading

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