Category Archives: Current 11 – Spiritual Leadership

Forgiveness in the Workplace

In last week’s post, I spent some time reflecting on the first part of David Bright’s definition of forgiveness. I reflected on “negative experiences” and our emotional response to them. This week, I want to move into the second part of his definition. Continue reading

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Forgiveness: A Choice for Life

Several years ago, I had a very moving experience of the power of forgiveness. An event in my life led me to crumble into tears. As I sat with my feelings, my mind conjured up images of expectations unmet and of words unsaid. Finally, a realization of the need for forgiveness and healing emerged. Continue reading

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Mary: Model of Authentic Spiritual Leadership

At this time of year as we Christians continue our celebration of the Christmas story, it seems appropriate to share reflections I developed some years ago on Mary, the mother of Jesus, as….an example of someone who exhibited strong leadership shaped by a deep spirituality. Continue reading

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