A Paradigm Shift…Boaz, Meet Ruth
There is no greater enemy to leadership than the fear of change.
Throughout history women have been viewed as a weaker vessel; she should be seen, not heard, and her vast knowledge and power have been held at bay, a prisoner of sorts, by her male counterpart with complete disregard of her strengths.
It is time for a shift in paradigms, a shift in how we approach and understand leadership. In today’s fast-paced, multicultural, multifaceted society, the demand for strong blended leadership is essential. Being able to recognize and facilitate the strengths and abilities of a woman is key in defining the future growth, stability, and power of leadership teams.
Don’t let the fear of change keep you from tapping into the potential of the future. Whether you are a small business or a major corporation, a non-profit, or a religious organization, the future has never before been so full of promise. The potential for major growth has never been greater.
Are you prepared for the change that will take you and your organization to the next level?
Women in Leadership parallels the Biblical story of Boaz, Ruth and Naomi–a story of discovery and opportunity.