Making Much of Him

Francis Chan in his book titled Crazy Love talks about making much of God during our time on earth.  He shares an analogy that if life is a movie, most of us live as if we are the main character.  When in reality, we are an extra, at best.  He talks about how if we … Continued

Achieving Diversity is Problematic

Amy Whyte editorial intern at Talent Management writes, tech companies are still struggling to develop ethnic diversity even though gender diversity statistics have improved (Whyte, 2015, p.1). One telling factor is reputation. A company or industry reputation can produce obstacles to prevent ethnic diversity. One such obstacle is the company’s hiring process. According to Whyte, … Continued

LED 51- Block A: Session 7

  Susana Rinderle’s article “Set Training Up for Success” outlines some key training points that can be applicable to any organization. She begins by noting that adults are frequently self-deprecating and often have the self-perception that they should automatically know how to do or understand something- even if they have never been taught to do … Continued

3 Leadership Challenges to Watch for in 2015

In the article entitled, 3 Leadership Challenges to Watch for in 2015, by Kellye Whitney, Whitley claims that organizations will have “lack of control and influence, lack of engaged employees, and lack of useful information to address problems” (Whitney, 2015). In 1 Chronicles 29:11 it says, “Yours, O Lord, is the greatness and the power … Continued

Evolution of Diversity and Inclusion

The article addressing diversity and how it relates to business in the future was quite interesting. I’m glad they mentioned all aspects of diversity: race, ethnicity, gender, and disability. I think many times people associate diversity based on skin color, but that is not the only type of diversity nor are they the only minority … Continued