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.
Part of Colorado Christian University’s mission is to prepare graduates to think critically and creatively and to lead others by setting high ethical and professional standards. Preparing tomorrow’s leaders is a huge responsibility that faculty, staff and students share and must work together in order to achieve. Educating leaders to manage and inspire others while [...]Read the rest of this entry »
CCU2theWorld is Colorado Christian University’s answer to the need to “create an environment that fosters evangelism, discipleship, and fellowship modeled after Christ’s example.” CCU2theWorld’s purpose is to create this fellowship model at home and abroad. Over the last several years, CCU has sent more than 100 short-term missionary teams to various parts of the United [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Colorado Christian University, with seven locations throughout Colorado, offers what is called a “Cohort Model” of learning for CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies students. Under the cohort model, you join a group of students and take classes, study and complete class assignments and work as a team throughout your degree program. The courses [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Principle 2 – Promises are to be kept; keep your word, tell the truth, be honest in all things (dishonesty cannot be tolerated within the company or in outside relationships, as it is ultimately destructive) There are a couple of parts to this belief: First is keeping promises. Again, a principle that seems easy enough, [...]Read the rest of this entry »
After yesterday’s post, our company President, Bob Walker, and I were talking, and he mentioned how our style of manufacturing contributes to the stability of families, and he is absolutely correct. I had hoped to develop the “level manufacturing” discussion later in the blog, but it really does belong in any that discusses employees . [...]Read the rest of this entry »