Faith-Based Leadership & Life Coach Training for Women with Guests Sisters Roberta Campbell, Evelyn Dettling, Susan Merrie English

This episode features our conversation with Sisters Roberta, Evelyn, and Susan three Benedictine sisters of Pittsburgh who are the Founding Directors of Benedictine Coaching of Pittsburgh which includes the “Leadership and Life Coach-Training for Women in Faith-Based Ministries” program. This program is accredited by the International Coaching Federation. Their mission is to provide interfaith, international professional coaching programs that promote personal, spiritual, and professional growth.

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President Emerita Sister Thomas Welder Speaks on Values and Servant Leadership

President Emerita Sister Thomas Welder

Sister Thomas Welder, OSB, president emerita of the University of Mary, presented a Legacy Lecture entitled “Servant Leadership: Our Heritage and our Calling,” today in Butler Hall. It was part of the Spring 2010 Convocation Series at America’s Leadership University. Students, faculty and the Sisters of Annunciation Monastery listened intently as the university’s president of 31 years (1978-2009) explored the connection between personal growth and growth as a leader; Benedictine values as foundational to servant leadership; and continuing the heritage of the Benedictine Sisters through the servant leadership model (March 2010).

Brené Brown Speaks About the Power of Vulnerability

Brené Brown

Brené Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity.

Ken Blanchard Speaks About Leading Like Jesus

Ken Blanchard

Biola University’s Leadership Lecture Series is thrilled to host one of the most influential speakers and communicators in the history of leadership management: Ken Blanchard

While this video is older, students studying leadership and coaching in past years have appreciated the ideas and message of Ken Blanchard. Even though it is a lengthy video, it is worth viewing it until the end.