If you feel your life’s calling is to lead others and to integrate your faith into your career path, Colorado Christian University often posts blogs related to how to be a Christian leader in the workplace. Faced with so many challenges and difficult decisions each and every day, Christian leaders are a unique breed and require a strong belief in their faith and confidence in their ability to lead others while serving as a role model for Christian beliefs and behavior. Below, you will find some recent blog posts regarding Christian Leadership in the workplace that we hope you will find helpful and inspiring. Business, counseling, criminal justice, education and nursing are some of CCU’s most popular degree programs.
Being a Leader comes with being a good follower. Leading is not just a title that is given to someone because they have been given a chance to shine as a Manager within a leadership role. Some would say in a short version what the definition of leadership could mean to them. This could look [...]Read the rest of this entry »
“External recruiters should keep a keener eye on minority talent” (Rodriguez, 2013, p. 10). As this article points out, executive search firms are not aware of top executives specifically in the Hispanic community and women. It is evident that a firm that is looking for a top executive may choose an external recruiter, however that external [...]Read the rest of this entry »
If we are leaders who are driven by a core set of values based on our personal integrity, then why don’t we always make the impression that we want to? Simple, because we are human and we all mess up ever so often. Nevertheless, the fact is that inconsistent leadership leads to inconsistent performance; therefore, it ought to [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Matthew 6:24 “No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and money. As a business professional it is difficult sometimes to remember the purpose behind our actions, are we only [...]Read the rest of this entry »
I think it unrealistic to expect socio-technical systems (STS) to birth a future where corporate cultures encourage sharing of intellectual property between companies. Companies are composed of people and people are not open (yet, and maybe never) to this sort of sharing. Aldridge writes, “In the 21st century, the technical and societal climate appear positive [...]Read the rest of this entry »