“There is nothing better for a person than that he should eat and drink and find enjoyment in his toil. This also, I saw, is from the hand of God, for apart from him who can eat and who can find enjoyment? For to the one who pleases him, God has given wisdom and knowledge and joy…”
Coaching/Mentoring Marketplace Leaders
Leading by Grace desires the opportunity to encourage men and women in the marketplace by coaching/mentoring, and instructional seminars. We understand the significant vital role that marketplace leadership provides for the advancement of the gospel and business.
of Executives point to mentoring as playing a key role in their careers
I have had the privilege of knowing Paul Palmer for over 30 years. Paul and I were both employed by VH Monnette & Co. My position was a regional sales manager based in Dallas, Tx. During the course of his employment, approximately 5 years, I had the opportunity to observe his tremendous talents and come to to admire and respect him greatly.
Paul’s territory was one of our companies biggest and most productive (both geographically and financially). He was accepted and respected by all of his customers, clients, fellow company employees and his competitors.
Of all the people I have know during my career, Paul ranks as the finest individual and it has been my pleasure to know. I would welcome any opportunity to work with him again and I could not recommend anyone more highly.Edward W. Poulter
Coaching/Mentoring for Marketplace Leaders
- “Give instruction to a wise man and he will be still wiser; teach a righteous man, and he will increase in learning.”
- Strategic and intentional giving – eternal investments. (Does business give, if so how, how much and to whom?)
- Entrepreneurialism and Ecclesiology: Addressing “the sacred and secular”
- Ten values to consider for a biblically led business.
- Ecclesiastes and Entrepreneurialism, Enterprise and Leadership.
- The Business of Proverbs – Wisdom, ethics, best practice (doing what’s right), and profit.
- Leadership and Weakness: An Oxymoron?