7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership
Unleash your leadership by identifying and overcoming the limitations you place on yourself in the workplace.
Women are called by God to flourish in areas of leadership. And for the first time in modern history, women are making their way into strategic positions of influence and leadership within the ministry, public, corporate, charity and voluntary sectors.
Certainly, there are still external disadvantages that women leaders face in the professional world, and there's still a lot of work to do. But there are internal hinderances, too, and those you can take charge of today.
In 7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership, Kate Coleman considers what lies at the root of the many challenges facing today's leaders—women and men—and proposes ways of dealing with them. Effective leadership starts with you. Based on her 35 years of leadership experience, Kate explains how you can:
- Overcome limiting self-perceptions
- Establish boundaries
- Develop a tailor-made personal vision
- Cultivate a healthy work/life rhythm
- Stop being a people-pleaser
- Learn to confront not collude
- Be intentional with your inner circle
Written for every leader from any sector or gender (men could learn a few things from this book too), this proven and practical guidebook will enable you to identify and overcome self-defeating patterns of behavior, in ways that will radically transform your leadership.
About the Author
Rev. Dr. Kate Coleman is the founding director of Next Leadership. She has 35 years of leadership experience in the church, charity, voluntary, and business sectors, and is a mentor and coach to leaders from diverse sectors, backgrounds, and communities. Kate was the first black woman Baptist minister in the UK and has been recognized as one of the 20 most influential black Christian women leaders in the country. A popular speaker and lecturer, Kate has gained a reputation as a pioneer, visionary, and an inspiration to many. She now serves as a strategic advisor who mentors, coached, and supports leaders and organizations locally, nationally in the UK, and internationally around the globe with a network extending across all sectors and church denominations. Her contributions have been featured in the mainstream press, radio,and TV. She is a Certified Stakeholder Centered Coach and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).