Student’s Who Give- A Lesson From The Younger Generation

During my short time here at San Juan Diego Catholic High School, I’ve had the pleasure of being able to interview some amazing students. The students that I’ve interviewed have all been seniors, about to graduate from high school and make their mark on the world. What has amazed me about the students I’ve interviewed Read More …

Talking to a Stranger

Today’s guest blog comes from SOS Gr8 Women Leader Ashley Schenk. For the past several months I’ve been focusing on answering the call…. not just answering the call to leadership but also answering the call to discovering who I am and being the best version of myself. Since I’ve started my leadership journey, I’ve really been Read More …

Texas Conference for Women: Leyma Gbowee’s Reminder that IT IS POSSIBLE

Today’s blog post by Ana-Cristina González is the fifth in our series about the 2013 Texas Conference for Women. Make sure to check out the first,second, third, and fourth blogs in the series. Come back next Tuesday to read the next blog in this series! Ana-Cristina is the Director of Stewardship and Development for Saint William’s Catholic Church in Round Rock. She holds a BS in Read More …

My Leadership Journey at Concordia University

Brandon Pederson is President of The Executives Business Club at Concordia University and part of the Student Government Committee of the Student Athletic Advisory Council where he is the voice of the university’s athletes during Student Government meetings.  My leadership journey at Concordia University began when I was elected President of The Executives Business Club, Read More …

Leadership Lessons from Nelson Mandela

This week the world is mourning the loss of a truly remarkable leader. Nelson Mandela’s legacy will live on. As a leader, he taught us all so much about resilience, courage, forgiveness, and being a game-changer. Now, a tribute to Nelson Mandela, a leader who made a real and lasting difference in his 95 years. Read More …

Ashley Moyer’s Leadership Journey (The Concordia MBA part 13)

As I have mentioned in previous posts, The Concordia MBA program emphasizes teamwork. In most classes, the semester ends with a large group project. Last semester in Operations Management was a strategic plan, in other classes it was putting together proposals or an analysis of accounting frauds. The teams change from semester to semester. At the beginning of Read More …

Texas Conference for Women: Am I the Problem?

Today’s blog post by Amber Fogarty is the fourth in our series about the 2013 Texas Conference for Women. Make sure to check out the first, second, andthird blogs in the series. Come back next Tuesday to read the next blog in this series! One of the sessions I attended at the Texas Conference for Women was called Winning from Within, and it Read More …

Are You the Lid?

I have seen a lot of organizations fail because of poor leadership. I truly believe that this is the main reason any company fails. The blame tends to fall elsewhere, but if your organization is failing you may want to look in the mirror to find the person responsible. Often I believe leaders forget that Read More …

Milestones

Kassi Kincaid is a sophomore at Concordia University Texas. She is a business major currently serving as a Senator of the Business College and Student Worker in charge of Speaker Series. Some days are extra special. They serve as milestones along ones journey. December 5, 2013 was such a day for me. The College of Read More …

Texas Conference for Women: Power of Possibility

Today’s blog post by Heather Caraway is the third in our series about the 2013 Texas Conference for Women. Make sure to check out the first and second blog in the series. Come back next Tuesday to read the next blog in this series! Heather Caraway is a Global Project Manager in Commercial Sales Operations at Dell, Inc. She helps to lead the Read More …