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Reframing Gender Issues in Corporations

Companies with a gender-balanced leadership team are way ahead of those that are not.

Worldwide, sixty percent of university graduates are women.  In the United States, women under the age of thirty out earn their male counterparts.   345 more words

Lohra Miller

The Power of One-to-Ones

Coaching Managers

Many CEOs are aware, in a general way at least, that coaching and mentorship are important for boosting the performance of their management team and for creating an engaging work environment. 580 more words

Leadership Advice

"Prior to my election, young Cherokee girls would never have thought that they might grow up and become chief."

Today in HerStory: Wilma Mankiller

On December 15th, 1985 Wilma Pearl Mankiller (November 18, 1945 – April 6, 2010) became the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. 247 more words

The Bullhorn

Women in the Church - Part 2

We left our last lesson talking about women in 5-fold ministry, so let’s pick back up there.

Eph. 4:6-7, 11- God and Father of all…

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Food For Thought

Holding Your Head High - Your Crown Chakra

A few short years ago I reported whenever a woman moved into a major leadership role. A woman in leadership was not unheard of though it was not common. 806 more words

Women Achieving Goals

Egalitarianism - suggested resources

Some Resources to Explore Egalitarianism

I’m taking a brief hiatus from my series on egalitarianism (I’m in the midst of teaching an intensive modular course on theological anthropology). 188 more words

Theology