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The 3 B’s of Inclusive Leadership: Beliefs, Biases and Behaviors

We show up to work as our 'whole selves' and, in many ways, this is a good thing. Authenticity is important to well-being and pretending to be someone you’re not is an emotional drain. But with that also comes the challenge of respecting - and actively seeking out - those who are different from us. This is what it means to practice inclusive leadership - creating a space where different views, perspectives, and experiences are embraced.  Within us lies the [...]

By |2021-01-29T09:40:12-06:00January 28th, 2021|Leading|0 Comments

An Important Letter for Racial Reconciliation

The events of this summer have moved me to my core. So I did what I do, I reached for my pen. Here’s an excerpt from my new book collaboration A Collective Breath.   Dear White Christians, I love you, and God loves you; but He needs you to understand some things. I need you to understand some things: 1. It is not (insert the name of a Black person you know)’s responsibility to educate you on the history of [...]

By |2020-10-07T20:01:41-05:00October 6th, 2020|Healing, Leading, Lifting, Loving|0 Comments

Delegation Done Right

As a project manager, I have found delegation to be one of the most valuable tools in my toolbox, but it is one that I have seen often misused. Why is it misused? Well, quite simply because often times people don't understand the difference between true delegation and just telling someone to do something. Anyone can tell someone to do something, especially the "bossy" people, but can you properly delegate a task to someone? We'll take a pen for instance, [...]

By |2020-06-15T19:42:50-05:00November 9th, 2017|Leading|0 Comments
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