Claire Paye is perhaps one of the busiest people I have met, although many might dismiss her potential as a leader out of hand were they to hear her described as a ‘stay at home mum’. Claire was the head of world trade at the London Chamber of Commerce when she decided to leave it all behind to focus primarily on raising her children.
How can you change the world?
“There is an innate characteristic which makes some people aspire to be leaders.
Where do we place our identity?
What fears hold you back from leadership?
The story of the 12 spies (Numbers 13) is well-known to those who have been through Sunday School, but it’s one I looked at with fresh eyes recently.
Before starting as a student at the London School of Theology (LST) four years ago, I believed that the only way to be an influential Christian leader was through the Church or parliament.
A young public leader recently told us “We see delegation as a failure…we feel inadequate as we don’t have the gifts to do every single bit of it”.
Alex is a senior strategy analyst at a large international aerospace and defence company based in London.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful and committed citizens can change the world.