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.

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

Trubia: Goal Clarity and Developmental Culture

Moynihan, Pandey and Wright’s article gives a theory of how “leadership affects the implementation of management reforms” (Moynihan, Pandey & Wright, 2011, p. 143). The article looks at transformational leadership and how the performance of the teams are truly influenced by this type of leadership. The article’s model developed shown in graph on page 148 … Continued

Information Overload or Addiction?

Nokia reported at MindTrek 2010 that the average person looks at their phone 150 times a day, or once every six-and-a-half minutes of every waking hour. (“The next 10 years in mobile | TechCentral”, 2011, p.1) In 2008, teens spent an average of 30 hours per week on the computer and TV. (“Many Teens Spend”, … Continued

Information Overload?

Today’s society finds itself enveloped in a whirlwind of technology.   Virtually everything is now  done electronically, from socializing to working and everything in between.  The number of devices in an average household is likely staggering.  I know that in my life, I regularly get grief from my wife for working on my laptop while my … Continued

The Myths of The Glass Ceiling

Despite the long standing nature of women in the work place they continue to struggle against a “glass ceiling.”  Men of equal schooling and achievement are generally paid more for the same work and are promoted at a higher rate.  The article “Debunking the Myths on Why Women Struggle to Get Ahead” writes about “a … Continued