Business & Work

We spend a third of our adult lives at work, so it's not surprising that the Bible has a lot to say about it. Complex issues like leadership, trade, climate change, income inequality, innovation, teamwork, immigration, discrimination, and social strife require thoughtful, humane solutions. Ancient wisdom offers important insights about how to manage them. Dr. Myers facilitates inspiriing and informative seminars that integrate Biblical lessons and management theory to help you to connect your beliefs and behaviors at work.  Bring more Light into the C-suite and beyond to help your organization be a force for good

BIG questions that we explore :

  • What insights does the Bible provide about capitlism and how to reform it?

  • How can I fulfill my calling to leadership

  • How do leaders inpsire inclusion in themselves, their team and organization?

  • How can I find meaning at work and live my calling?  

  • Foremost, how can I create a world and workplace in which everyone thrives?

Spritual Vitality        Social Responsibility 


During each seminar, we explore an array of contemporary management issues through the prism of Biblical stories. These hybrid MBA-Bible study courses are intended for a broad yet high-level audience of business leaders, religious leaders, and professionals of faith.  Religious leaders will gain a solid understanding of management principles as they relate to scripture. Business leaders will grain fresh perspectives about how faith illuminates work challenges. These learning solutions are ideal for applying your faith to practical workplace issues, gaining insights to make sermons more practially relevant to members, or launching culture change initiatives in your organization, community or sphere of influence.  Seminars are grounded in best practices of faith-based intervention design, which yield greater and more lasting change than ordinary secular training.

Format: Minimum of 6 sessions, 90 minutes in duration. Customizable to address specific topics of interest to your group or organization. Sessions may extend to 8, 12 or more, depending upon the module and goals.  

Spirits of

Christianity and commerce have fueled economic expansion, empires, and inhumanity; they have also energized innovation, democracy, and human rights.  How can we responsibly manage these institutions to serve the common good.

Topics we cover. . .

  • Western Capitalism in Brief: The U.S. & the rest. 

  • Business as usual...

  • Original Sins: Corrupting Factors

  • Saving Grace: Correcting Factors

  • The Cost of NOT changing

  • Reimagining the faith & work connection

  • Transform yourself, your organization and society!

Who this is for . . .
  • Business Leaders & Groups
  • Religious Leaders & Groups
  • Professional Associations

Answering your calling to leadership takes more than ambition, intellect and networks.  It requires skills and sensibilities that are not typically taught in business school but are essential for modern organizations.  Learn how to answer your calling and have a positive impact.

What you will learn & do...

  • Traits of Typical -vs- Transformational Leaders

  • How to Lead Yourself First

  • Frameworks for Ethical Decision Making

  • Inspiring Engagement & Value Creation 

  • Nurturing Talent & Navigating Team Dynamics 

  • Plan Your "Next Steps" for positive social impact!

Who this is for . . .


  • Mission-driven Organizations

  • Established Leaders 

  • Emerging Leaders            

  • High Potential Talent

Calling to



Why are we struggling with social strife when solutions for how to manage diversity and inclusion are readily available. Whether you are "woke," resistant to change, or somewhere in between, you will discover examples and insights that help you inspire inclusion.

What you will learn & do...

  • Psychology & Spirituality of Exclusion

  • Institutionalized Bias:  What is normal?

  • Essential skills of inclusive leaders

  • How diversity & inclusion add value

  • Be transformed by a renewed mind. How?

  • Secret to transforming relationships

  • Leading systemic change for social good.

Who this is for...


  • Religious Organizations 

  • Clergy & Faith Leaders

  • Business Leaders

  • Professional Groups



Summary of

Book Chapter


Popular notions about calling are both limiting and wrong. Your calling is more than your idea work.  Discover what it means to truly live your calling, be fruitful and multiply.

What you will learn & do...

  • Make sense of your journey

  • Overcome Limiting Myths About Calling

  • Discover your strengths

  • Create a "Next Steps" Action Plan

  • Live Your Calling with Vigor!

Who this is for...
  • Young Adults
  • Early & Mid-Career
  • People in Transition
  • Any faith, NO faith & Christians

                   Live Your 









In her academic book, Dr. Myers begins her exploration of management perspectives of the calling construct using Max Weber’s seminal work, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, as a starting point. She then draws upon practitioner and theological conversations to identify gaps in management theory. Through exhaustive research, she fills those gaps with insights about calling from other disciplines. Each conversation has a different focus that elucidates important dimensions of calling, and together they provide a truly comprehensive view of this enduring idea.

Part one examines conversations about calling among contemporary management scholars.

Part two explores perspectives about calling from different disciplines and eras, from the 1500s to the present.

Part three unifies all conversations into a comprehensive theory that can be applied across ideological, cultural and philosophical boundaries.


Throughout, Myers uses a strong theoretical grounding, fortified by case studies and practical examples, to explain the application of her theory and its implications for individuals, practitioners, organizations and society.  Anyone interested in work ethics or management and spirituality will benefit from reading this book.


What does it mean to have a calling?  Why does this historic idea matter in modern organizations?


These are some of the questions that Dr. Myers answers in her book. Although the word 'calling' is casually used as shorthand for purpose or 'my ideal job,' the concept is laden with deeper meanings that have provoked varied interest among the secular and spiritual circles of both scholars and practitioners. Structured around the idea of these four conversations, Conversations about Calling aims to promote a holistic examination of calling that will advance research and practice in management, and across many disciplines.  



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