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.

What is wrong with this picture?

Looking at the Centennial institute website today (8/6/2013) I see a promo for the Western Conservative Summit 2013. There is a YouTube video called “The Obama Supporter Beauty Pageant #WCS13” in this video Caleb Bonham is taking with Obama supporters and showing their stupid answers to questions. He is demonstrating that Obama supports are not … Continued

Teamwork like a “Body”

What type of team is this and what are the three elements of effective teams? David Newton of espn.com writes about “Jimmie Johnson’s Sprint Cup team on what they call “thrash day,” a time when crew members run around the garage in organized chaos to switch the No. 48 car from race trim to qualifying … Continued

STS – What do you think?

The true challenge will be communicating with employees (think Millennial’s, GEN Y or younger) and employees communicating with each other while some have had handheld devices and technology readily available all their lives. This has also presented them with access to live information. After all, one could have watched the twin towers topple to Ground … Continued

Info-Mania

As supreme leader of the organization of tomorrow, you must deftly facilitate effective collaboration and communication using the latest technology.  However, this technology is not without its dangers; you must also guard yourself, and loyal team members, from becoming info-zombies, with possible side effects of inbox-ification, info-comas, and the dreaded memo-mortis.  Humor aside, information overload … Continued

Perhaps its the wrong information that is uploaded

                I had to re-read the introductory narrative on the walkthetalk.org blog Innovation and Leadership 2.0. a couple of times to get the point of which I have a few casual observations. 1.       The statement strikes me as full of academic wordiness and it’s a good thing it’s not a prayer.  Much of academia reminds … Continued