Monthly Archives: December 2021

December 30, 2021

Happy New Year’s Eve!

How are you spending New Year’s Eve? In this episode, Dr. Karen shares several suggestions for how to spend New Year’s Eve. She also says that 2020, was the year of vision, 2021, the year of impact, and 2022, this upcoming year is…. Watch or listen to this episode to discover the word for 2022 and to get prepared.

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December 28, 2021

My Year in Review

Dr. Karen looks over the past year to acknowledge the many blessings for which she is thankful. She shares her Top Twelve gratitude list as well as some of the exciting changes coming to TRANSLEADERSHIP, INC. and the podcast next year. Listen to get inspiration for your own top twelve list and your year in review.

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December 23, 2021

Merry Christmas: The Promised Messiah

People often do not like the way God presents Himself on the earth, they reject the Messiah of God because they have pre-conceived notions about a different kind of salvation. They then miss the Christ of Christmas. In this episode, Dr. Karen brings a special Christmas message from the Biblical account of the Promised Messiah. Merry Christmas!

December 21, 2021

“Getting to Yes And“ With Bob Kulhan

Bob Kulhan, known as a master improviser, is the Founder and CEO of Business Improv and adjunct professor at Duke Fuqua School of Business and Columbia Business School. He is also the author of the book “Getting to Yes And: The Art of Business Improv.” With more than 27 years of studying, performing, and teaching improv, he works with blue chip companies like Mazda, CISCO, Pepsi, Ford Motor Company, Glaxo Smith Kline, and Bristol Meyers Squibb. Today Bob speaks with Dr. Karen about how to bring empathic communication, relationship building, and Psychological Safety to today’s virtual, hybrid, and face to face workplaces.

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December 16, 2021

The Gift of Abundant Life

Every good gift that we have, we have received from God. When in thanksgiving and faith, we first give back to God what we have received, God multiplies and transforms the little into something great and spectacular. In this episode, Dr. Karen shares Biblical examples and poses reflection questions for the marketplace ministry leader.

December 14, 2021

The Gift of Wisdom

God leads us to places that look dangerous. When we view the journey through natural eyes, we think we shouldn’t be in those places. Yet the wisdom of God is different from the wisdom of man. Earthly wisdom says, “Get out immediately.” Yet God has a divine plan for us and others in that dangerous place. In this episode, Dr. Karen shares Biblical examples of how God uses His wisdom to empower His people for heavenly missions with earthly impact.

December 9, 2021

The Gift of The Word

How do you partner with God to bring the gift of a word of encouragement to your organization? What word will you speak over your company and over your people? What can you propose to create and sustain together in the workplace? What word is God speaking to you about how to show up in your workplace? In this episode Dr. Karen poses several powerful questions for you, a marketplace ministry leader, to ponder and consider.

December 7, 2021

The Gift of Relationship

Even if the suppliers and delivery services disrupt the arrival of the physical gifts we send during this holiday season, there are some gifts that are not subject to supply chain disruption. These more important gifts transcend the physical. How can you communicate value to your employees during this season? What love letters of thanks will you share with them? Watch and listen to this episode as Dr. Karen unwraps the gift of relationship.

December 2, 2021

Thanks for Work and Work Partners: Reflections on Najee

Dr. Karen believes that the more you appreciate what you have, the faster and more likely you will get what else you need, even if it’s something different. In this episode she shares how to increase the success of your organization by appreciating who and what you have. She also unpacks life lessons from observing talented saxophonist, Najee and how he treats the talent around him.