Well, are you? If you are, then what are you going to do about it?
excellence | ˈɛks(ə)l(ə)ns | noun [mass noun] the quality of being outstanding or extremely good
Excellence is a core value of mine. Perhaps it’s married to my we-can-do-this-better gene. Unnecessary sloppiness drives.me.crazy! Staying stuck in my own leadership journey is never an option because I’m a firm believer that there is a more excellent way of doing things, so I’m always hunting (reading about leadership, asking right questions, observing, surrounding myself with people who are awesome) for a more excellent how.
This passion for excellence is why I am committing my life to helping you lead with greater excellence. You might be thinking to yourself, Well that’s nice, so what’s she up to now? I’m so glad you asked!
I know this won’t pertain to all of you, but ladies, this one’s for you! The Equip & Inspire Leadership Development Series is happening, and today is launch day! You can learn more about that here.
So perhaps you’re next how, if you are a female leader is to join the Equip & Inspire series. For others of you, maybe you’re next how is to ask a question of someone a little wiser than you or to pick up a new book or to pray more specifically or to intentionally choose a new mentor or to hire me to assist you or your team. What ever it is, it is really up to you.
We don’t just drift into excellence!
So let me end where I started: Are you needing to lead with greater excellence? If so, then what are you going to do about it? What’s your next move to get you where you want to be.
Believing in your ability to lead with greater excellence,
Carmen, through teaching, speaking, pastoring, blogging, and podcasting, invests in others so they can lead and live better. She is the founder of LEAD Women Ministries, ordained with the PAOC, an Associate Pastor at Westside Pentecostal Church, holds an MA in Leadership & Management, and she can often be found collaborating with other leaders or organizations on projects where there are outcomes to grow people’s confidence, competence, and character.