Leadership notes from my journal… “As a leader you set the tone/atmosphere for the enviroments where you lead. If you are high strung, stressed out, nervous or even complacent, the others around you will reflect the tone you set.” I mess this up all the time!
I’ve discovered that being with family can bring out some of the best and worst of my leadership. Here’s a couple of notes from my journal: In the absence of leadership I step up to lead. It can be something as simple as making breakfast, but if I don’t feel like anyone is taking control I […]
So, I have been overwhelmed by the comments and responses to Pete’s blog yesterday about women finding their voice. Thank you Pete for your support and encouragement and thank you to those of you who posted a kind comment about me or told me so personally. Women in leadership has been a passion of mine since […]
Pat spoke today at Cross Point about Influence. It was a great message that caused me to reflect on the last few days. I flew to Wisconsin on Wednesday to celebrate my grandparents 50th Wedding anniversary and it involved a lot of reminiscing with people I haven’t seen in many, many years. Here are some […]
I’m a notorius multi-tasker. It’s like a game to me to see how much I can cram into a day and how much I can do at one time. This morning in my typical multi-tasking, I was blow drying my hair while reading from 2 Timothy. (I actually keep a Bible tucked in my bathroom cabinet […]
Since Pete‘s message on Sunday I’ve been really giving some thought to more clearly defining what is my driving God-given passion. There have definitely been seasons in my life where I have been more in tune with this than others and it seems that the timing of this reminder was important for me. I’m an “achiever” by nature (see […]