Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 6:45 – 8:00 AM at the Einstein Bagel on Firstfield Road & Quince Orchard Blvd in Gaithersburg. We meet in the Community Room in the back.
We all have a responsibility to share the Gospel with those around us. For most of us, our greatest opportunities present themselves during the workday and in our work environments. Did you know you can share your faith at work without ever opening your mouth? Did you also know that you can do more to turn people off to the Gospel without ever opening your mouth?
Recently, organizational repair expert Malcolm O. Munro conducted a survey asking respondents in the business world to describe what comes to mind when somebody identifies themselves as a “Christian.” What he discovered will both surprise and disappoint you. Fortunately, Malcolm’s survey also reveals a better way to be a credible witness for Jesus Christ in the workplace.
Please join us on Tuesday morning, September 24th and find out how to properly, efficiently, and credibly share your faith at work, through your work!
Malcolm Munro is President of Total Career Mastery, LLC (totalcareermastery.com) and is an experienced speaker, consultant, and coach who has worked with executive and management teams in companies of all types, sizes, and industries. He is the author of several books including The New Rules of Engagement: How to Keep Your Superstars Loyal to You. He also does significant work for transitioning personnel in the United States Armed Forces at both the executive and junior levels.
Malcolm is also an adjunct Professor of Business Administration at Strayer University in Newington, VA and has held similar positions at Vincennes University in Bremerton, WA and Crichton College in Memphis, TN. He is a United States Navy veteran who served 15 years on active duty before retiring in 1999 as part of the Temporary Early Retirement Authority.
Malcolm’s clients include Pratt & Whitney, Pitney Bowes, Florida Power & Light, Cubic Applications, Inc. Assurant Technologies, Inc., Ki Professional Services Group LLC, Medicis, eCardio Diagnostics, The Smithsonian Institution, and all 4 branches of the United States Military.