Tag Archives: leadership

Left or Right: Find balance

You may be absolutely, unequivocally correct. After all, they are your beliefs. You have every right to share them. And if people don’t like it, they can just unfriend you. I get it. I do. I love conservatives and liberals. … Continue reading

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Wear Your Cape with Confidence

I teach. What’s your super power? (Here’s the thing –  this truth, this villain, can strike us in our parenting, in any workplace, in any profession.) Teachers can certainly be called superheroes. We rush to the aid of the struggling … Continue reading

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Following a Shepherd

Odd as it may sound at first…I have found that those with the heart of a “lowly shepherd” make the best of leaders. It may surprise us that God, some thousand years prior to the birth of His son, Jesus, … Continue reading

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Four Lessons in Leadership from King Hezekiah

Whether you are an administrator, teacher, coach, parent, or student – you have a role as leader. Effective, influential leaders aren’t on the mountain top looking down with an attitude of “I have arrived,” they are most often found on … Continue reading

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