“Whoever would be great among you must be your servant.” Matthew 20:26 In our article last month, we considered four essential personal qualities for the leader who would lead like Jesus: humility, courage, integrity and justice. This month, we look more deeply at each quality to discover the practices that form–and extend– servant leadership. Humble […]
Pamela Bosworth was commissioned from The Salvation Army’s Evangeline Booth College in 1980 and served for eight years as a corps officer in appointments in the USA Southern Territory.
During the next thirteen years she worked with the American Red Cross holding a senior management position and being recognized in 1993 with the only National Award presented for Management Excellence. Following that, Pamela served as a regional coach for other Red Cross managers and facilitated leadership development training throughout the south.
In 2001, Pamela returned to work for The Salvation Army and currently serves as Assistant to the Director in the School for Leadership Development located on the campus of Evangeline Booth College. She has a passion for helping others benefit from the experience she has gained in the areas of strategic planning, human resources, fundraising and leadership development.
Pamela earned her B.A. Degree in Leadership & Ethics from Nazarene Bible College and holds teaching certifications through AchieveGlobal and Evangelical Teachers Association. She is married to Jim, an American Baptist pastor and together they have four children, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
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Sacrifice: The Incarnational Form of Jesus’ Leadership For the past two months, we have been considering the otherness of Jesus’ leadership. Jesus’ leadership is about others. First, the nature of Jesus’ leadership is mutual submission in the triune Godhead. Everything Jesus says and does springs from his eternal, intimate relationship with his Father and the […]