3 - Diverse Leaders

Session 3


In the last session, Bonnie offered three tips for women trying to pursue leadership in their workplaces. These tips could serve as a good beginning for someone thinking about becoming a leader but isn't ready to move quite yet. 

In this last session of the course, we will learn that many people who are in leadership positions have the desire to develop others into leaders as well. This desire, however, shouldn't be hyper-focused on one particular type of person.



 Our workplaces are diverse and full of talented people with great skills, mindsets, and backgrounds that may be vastly different from ours. Because of this, we’re able to tap into all of the talent that is available.

After listening to Bonnie’s talk, would you say that your current workplace has diverse leadership? How So?
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In your opinion, what is the benefit of having diverse leadership?
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Bonnie says that having multiple leaders who are extremely similar is unnecessary. Have you ever led alongside people who were extremely similar to you? Did it cause growth and progress? Or did it keep the organization stagnant?
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Does your current job have a culture that shepherds and grooms people into leadership? Why or why not?
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Bonnie says the leaders aren’t there for themselves but to develop the talent within the organization. If you’re currently a leader, what can you do to develop the talent in your office?
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 Women bring an amazing perspective and strength into the workforce that stems from the unique ways in which God created them. When women are supported in leadership roles, the workplace is able to progress and be a good steward of all talent. Be in prayer this week for the leaders at your current job, and ask the Lord to encourage them to shepherd and develop the women in your workplace who desire a leadership opportunity.