Are qualities like mutual respect, integrity, and cooperation sufficiently valued where you work? Or does the team concept break down into games, selfish behaviors, and questionable ethics?
Stephen G. Payne will try to answer those questions when he speaks on “Workplace Challenges for Christian Leaders” at a breakfast at Princeton United Methodist Church on Sunday, May 7, at 8 a.m. in the Social Hall. Reservations ($5 contribution for the breakfast) are requested at 609-924-2613 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Free parking is available in the Park Avenue lot.
Payne will tell about what Christians can and should you do in the fast-paced competitive organization where you work.
Dr. Payne is an executive leadership coach, speaker, MBA teacher, author, and founder of A New Equilibrium, a community of leaders committed to leveraging their spiritual resources for professional effectiveness and personal fulfillment. Combining his faith, his experience as a CEO, and his fifteen years of leadership consulting, he challenges professionals to stay accountable to God throughout their entire career. His books and CDs include First Rule of Leadership, Total Leadership, and Driving Growth Through Leadership.
Payne and his cohorts at A New Equilibrium will present a Leadership and Spirituality Summit at Princeton Theological Seminary from Sunday afternoon, May 14, through Monday afternoon, May 15. Cost: $85. The title: Becoming a Spiritually Intentional Leader.