Episode 196 | A Woman Who Leads (lessons from Deborah) with Jenni Catron
Have you ever been asked, “What is it like to be a woman leader?” Does it make you feel like being a woman is like having a third eye or some other science-fiction abnormality?
We are leaders who happen to be women. That’s all. Gender shouldn’t define our opportunities or limitations. It shouldn’t dictate whether we’re a good leader or a bad one. It shouldn’t be the thing that holds us back from leading, nor should it be an excuse to be given opportunities that we haven’t earned.
This week, in honor of Women’s History Month, Jenni shares some of her thoughts and perspective on being a woman in leadership. She unpacks four insights from Deborah’s leadership (Judges 4 & 5) and encourages us to keep showing up, be better, be unstoppable, AND be gracious and respectful.
Keep stewarding your influence well - it matters!
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