Posts Tagged ‘leadership development’

Photo by David Masters

Photo by David Masters

By Debbie Gin

My husband and I have a system worked out when we travel:  he drives while I navigate.  It’s worked well for us, as I love looking at maps and we both love exploring.  Mind you, I navigate the real way, not by turning on my phone’s voice-with-the-bad-British-accent, but by figuring out where we are and where we want to end up on the phone’s map and instructing my husband to turn left, right, or around.

On a recent trip to the Pacific Northwest, we switched roles.  I drove while my husband navigated, and for various reasons, we encountered many obstacles and endured much internal (and external!) angst.  (more…)

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Debbie in APU Office

Photo by Sun Ju Kim

Now that I’ve experienced half my expected life, there are several things I wish somebody had coached me on earlier.  Of course, following this list will not guarantee success in leadership positions, but they are a dozen tangible things you can do to change both your own perceptions and the perceptions of those around you.  (more…)

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by Melanie Mar Chow

As noted on the introductory materials on this blog, AAWOL exists to “gather evangelical Asian American women for leadership renewal and development.” As I pondered what content to include, I realized that this blog can be a place for “cyber gathering” and, as such, a resource for leadership development.

“How?” you may ask.

As I mentioned in my previous post, AAWOL has been for me a place to explore the truth of what it means for Asian American women to serve in leadership. (more…)

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