Friends, I’m excited to welcome back to the #SheImpactsCulture podcast Catherine Gates, Executive Director for Women in the Marketplace, a national non-profit that equips working women to confidently pursue their faith and career for the glory of God. In today’s episode, Catherine and I dive into the topic of how to make an impact at work.
In this episode, Catherine and I:
- Discuss how praying for difficult people can help expand our capacity for compassion and empathy.
- Explore the importance of living an integrated life.
- Chat about three healthy habits that will help you build a successful career.
- Share why it’s crucial to trust God and His plan for your life, even if it takes you in unexpected directions.
God has a specific purpose for your work, and by partnering with Him, you can make an impact at work. Don’t view your job as a checklist of tasks to complete; instead, embrace it as an opportunity to live out your faith in meaningful ways.
Connect with Catherine:
Women in the Marketplace: https://www.womeninmarketplace.net/
Boldly Conference: https://www.boldlyconference.com/
Did you miss last week’s episode with Catherine? If so, you can find it HERE.
Catherine Gates is Executive Director for Women in the Marketplace, a national non-profit that equips working women to confidently pursue their faith and career for the glory of God. She is the author of The Confidence Cornerstone: A Woman’s Guide to Fearless Leadership. Catherine has diverse experience in technology and systems development, training, non-profit management, sales coaching and training, writing and instructional design. She has worked for large corporations to small entrepreneurial endeavors, including owning a small software consulting firm.
Catherine is on the board of Ladies of Grace, a women’s prison ministry, and on the Advisory board of Keirus by KJE, a strategy consulting, leadership development and technology firm specializing in diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is passionate about helping women achieve more of their God-given potential.