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The Resource Women, spirituality, and transformative leadership : where grace meets power, edited by Kathe Schaaf ... [et al.]

Women, spirituality, and transformative leadership : where grace meets power, edited by Kathe Schaaf ... [et al.]

Label
Women, spirituality, and transformative leadership : where grace meets power
Title
Women, spirituality, and transformative leadership
Title remainder
where grace meets power
Statement of responsibility
edited by Kathe Schaaf ... [et al.]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The world is in crisis and it seems that many are looking to women to heal the planet and our human family. Before women can step into our full potential as leaders and guides in this moment, we must individually reconnect with our deepest wisdom and with our spiritual roots; collectively heal the many dimensions of separation that keep us fragmented and ineffective as agents of social change; and globally reclaim our rightful place as spiritual leaders in service of a balanced and compassionate new paradigm. This empowering resource engages women in an interactive exploration of the challenges and opportunities on the frontier of women¿s spiritual leadership. Through the voices of North American women representing a matric of diversity¿ethnically, spiritually, religiously, generationally and geographically¿this book will inspire women to new expressions of their own personal leadership and invite them into powerful collaborative action
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
204.082
Index
no index present
LC call number
BL625.7
LC item number
.W645 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Schaaf, Kathe
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women
  • Leadership
  • Religion and social problems
  • Leadership in women
Label
Women, spirituality, and transformative leadership : where grace meets power, edited by Kathe Schaaf ... [et al.]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Living my way into answers
  • Courtney E. Martin
  • Reconciling the blessings and challenges of diversity through ancestral spiritual values
  • Yoland Trevino
  • Faith in the transitions of not knowing
  • Susan Quinn
  • Practicing empowerment
  • Karen R. Boyett
  • God our father, God our mother: in search of the divine feminine
  • Joan Chittister
  • Blessing and an invitation
  • How do my spiritual values inform me about living with the challenges and blessings of diversity?
  • Buddhism, women, and religious diversity
  • Karma Lekshe Tsomo
  • Faith's challenges: the one we seek
  • Jamia Wilson
  • Living my values
  • Diane Tillman
  • Where grace meets power
  • Lorenza Andrade Smith
  • Best friends forever
  • Ann Marie Sayers, Rachelle Figueroa
  • Jan Booman Saeed
  • God said: we have created you from a single (pair) of a female and male
  • Shareda Hosein
  • Remembrance, witness, and action: fuel for the journey
  • Mary Douglas Glasspool
  • Leading from a whirlwind: faith and courage in a swiftly changing world
  • Valarie Kaur
  • How do we stand for the greatness of each other?
  • Wind is blowing from the west and has the smell of the sea
  • Adelia Sandoval
  • Introduction
  • Mother-lines of body, mind, and spirit
  • Carol Lee Flinders
  • Birthing awake the dream
  • ALisa Starkweather
  • Kindness empowers: a Mohawk skywoman's journey of thanksgiving
  • Dawn T. Maracle
  • In order to heal the world, we have to stand for each other's greatness, but "First," the grandmothers told her, "you have to heal the wound between women"
  • China Galland
  • Where do we go from here?
  • Nontombi Naomi Tutu
  • How do I express being an empowered woman of spirit and faith?
  • How do we catalyze our collective transformational power as women of spirit and faith?
  • Living in God's amazing grace: the power of faith in leadership
  • Musimbi Kanyoro
  • Creative acts of expression: catalyzed in circles
  • Jean Shinoda Bolen
  • Poetic response: "The catalyst"
  • Lisa Anderson
  • Meta-civics of feminine leadership
  • Barbara E. Fields
  • Thou art goddess: the return of the divine feminine
  • Becoming a vessel of peace
  • Phyllis W. Curott
  • Written in my bones
  • Kathe Schaaf
  • In transition
  • Kay Lindahl
  • On being advocates, activists, and alchemists: exploring power on the way forward
  • Kathleen S. Hurty
  • Ever-evolving women of spirit and faith: naming, doing, and be-ing
  • Guo Cheen
  • Transformative leadership
  • Lynda Terry
  • Kathe Schaaf ... [et al.]
  • Engaging with women of spirit and faith
  • Closing blessing
  • Rachelle Figueroa
  • Resources and networks
  • But I thought you knew the way: lessons in leadership
  • Fredelle Brief
Control code
ocn726818020
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 269 p.
Isbn
9781594733130
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2011037759
System control number
(OCoLC)726818020
Label
Women, spirituality, and transformative leadership : where grace meets power, edited by Kathe Schaaf ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Living my way into answers
  • Courtney E. Martin
  • Reconciling the blessings and challenges of diversity through ancestral spiritual values
  • Yoland Trevino
  • Faith in the transitions of not knowing
  • Susan Quinn
  • Practicing empowerment
  • Karen R. Boyett
  • God our father, God our mother: in search of the divine feminine
  • Joan Chittister
  • Blessing and an invitation
  • How do my spiritual values inform me about living with the challenges and blessings of diversity?
  • Buddhism, women, and religious diversity
  • Karma Lekshe Tsomo
  • Faith's challenges: the one we seek
  • Jamia Wilson
  • Living my values
  • Diane Tillman
  • Where grace meets power
  • Lorenza Andrade Smith
  • Best friends forever
  • Ann Marie Sayers, Rachelle Figueroa
  • Jan Booman Saeed
  • God said: we have created you from a single (pair) of a female and male
  • Shareda Hosein
  • Remembrance, witness, and action: fuel for the journey
  • Mary Douglas Glasspool
  • Leading from a whirlwind: faith and courage in a swiftly changing world
  • Valarie Kaur
  • How do we stand for the greatness of each other?
  • Wind is blowing from the west and has the smell of the sea
  • Adelia Sandoval
  • Introduction
  • Mother-lines of body, mind, and spirit
  • Carol Lee Flinders
  • Birthing awake the dream
  • ALisa Starkweather
  • Kindness empowers: a Mohawk skywoman's journey of thanksgiving
  • Dawn T. Maracle
  • In order to heal the world, we have to stand for each other's greatness, but "First," the grandmothers told her, "you have to heal the wound between women"
  • China Galland
  • Where do we go from here?
  • Nontombi Naomi Tutu
  • How do I express being an empowered woman of spirit and faith?
  • How do we catalyze our collective transformational power as women of spirit and faith?
  • Living in God's amazing grace: the power of faith in leadership
  • Musimbi Kanyoro
  • Creative acts of expression: catalyzed in circles
  • Jean Shinoda Bolen
  • Poetic response: "The catalyst"
  • Lisa Anderson
  • Meta-civics of feminine leadership
  • Barbara E. Fields
  • Thou art goddess: the return of the divine feminine
  • Becoming a vessel of peace
  • Phyllis W. Curott
  • Written in my bones
  • Kathe Schaaf
  • In transition
  • Kay Lindahl
  • On being advocates, activists, and alchemists: exploring power on the way forward
  • Kathleen S. Hurty
  • Ever-evolving women of spirit and faith: naming, doing, and be-ing
  • Guo Cheen
  • Transformative leadership
  • Lynda Terry
  • Kathe Schaaf ... [et al.]
  • Engaging with women of spirit and faith
  • Closing blessing
  • Rachelle Figueroa
  • Resources and networks
  • But I thought you knew the way: lessons in leadership
  • Fredelle Brief
Control code
ocn726818020
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 269 p.
Isbn
9781594733130
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2011037759
System control number
(OCoLC)726818020

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