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10 Steps to Being a Great Mentor

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin

There is more to being a great mentor than talking about your work over coffee. 525 more words

Angela Lynne Craig

Starting an Elementary School Speech & Debate Club

Starting a debate club

Speech and Debate clubs are great ways to boost your child’s confidence and a great way to engage them early on in public speaking, improving speech and vocabulary, as well as encouraging leadership roles. 728 more words

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Do Women Make Better Leaders?

Ever since I first read Sheryl Sandburg’s book “Lean In” I have been pondering the whole subject of women in leadership.

It seems quite natural for me to think of or imagine women in leadership positions even though I grew up in a household where my mother was the homemaker. 745 more words

Merry Lynch

God in a Male Box

Contributed by Rev. Debbie Kelsey

Men’s brains have the capacity to think of one thing at a time, they tell me. Their brains are like a series of little boxes, and they open them one at a time. 560 more words


like a girl

Procter and Gamble did an awesome commercial about moms for the Sochi olympics. They’ve done another great one with this challenging and inspiring video about the comment “like a girl”. 29 more words


Why don't most women call themselves leaders?

In a Gallup research poll only 36% of women in business self-identified with the word “leadership”.

What do you think is the reason for this? 433 more words

Angela Lynne Craig

A Prayer and a Mile in Their Shoes

Contributed by Tansy Kadoe

How do we walk in the shoes of those with whom we minimally share common life experiences? How many of us have had our villages burned, our livelihood robbed, or our lives threatened? 525 more words