When I accepted the position of executive director of my first nonprofit 35 years ago, I was frustrated at the lack of useable material for a single-staff nonprofit like mine. This started my quest to develop easy-to-use management tools for nonprofits of all types and sizes. I wanted everything to be practical, not academic tomes or theory. The books fit into three categories: nonprofit management, training materials and self-help.READ MORE
Ten Keys to Effective Leadership
When you break the proverbial glass ceiling, often there are few women there with you in leadership positions. This is particularly true in many religious institutions and some specialized professions, like engineering. Fortunately, the situation has improved a lot in the past twenty years.
However, as the recent #MeTooMovement has shown, far too many women have been trapped into moving upward by lying on their backs. Or they feel they cannot move into leadership roles without squelching their spiritual side or violating the religious tenets of their faith.
Leadership for women of faith must incorporate an understanding of Biblical feminism, spiritual authority, spiritual gifts and so much more. Formatted as a study-group book, the topic is relevant to men and women wanting to understand women’s roles in leadership.
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Two Faces of Me
Emotionally damaged by childhood bullying and verbal abuse, the author takes the reader on a rocky journey from deep-seated feelings of ugliness and inadequacies to a positive self image. Struggling to find herself after an attempted suicide, she lives her life like an actress, pretending to be what she does not feel. Focused on a lifestyle of over achievement and trying to please others, it is only when she begins to comprehend her worth in God’s eyes that she is able to see herself as unique, valuable, gifted and beautiful.