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The majority of Christian women are familiar with the example of the godly woman described in Proverbs 31. Her characteristics are most frequently associated with a woman’s place within the home. However, the Real Women Leading: With Proverbs 31 Values authors and business executives Lisa Troyer and Dawn Yoder will reveal how the qualities of the woman described apply to leaders in the workplace as well.
Join us with Troyer and Yoder, who have found their calling in the business world, who will share how a woman can live and thrive in a "valueless" workplace when living by biblical values and principles.
Dawn Yoder is a real woman who is passionate about developing people to discover their strengths and reach their leadership potential. As CEO of a 500-plus employee company, she seeks to bring values and principle-based thinking into all aspects of society through a roundtable environment. Dawn is a member of the John Maxwell leadership coaching team, an international trainer, a speaker with the Circle of Friends ministry, a contributing writer, a songwriter and a frequent worship leader. She and her husband, Jeff, have four children.
Lisa Troyer hosts Macchiato Moments on Moody Radio and is a founding member of John Maxwell’s team of coaches and trainers, leading workshops on values and principles in leadership. She is the executive sales director for an international food service company where she has directed the development of the company from a local tourist attraction to an internationally known organization with a focus on quality and creativity. She is a published songwriter with multiple worship CDs. Lisa lives in Ohio with her husband, two children and family pets.
You can find them on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/LisaTroyerMinistries
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