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By By Ellen Graf-Martin , President of Graf-Martin Communications

As Christian business leaders, honest conversations are some of the most valuable moments we get to experience. Those honest conversations with my friends in leadership are what have helped me to navigate the really tough things as a leader.

I'm excited to invite you to listen in on my very real conversation with Compassion Canada's new President and CEO (and my friend), Allison Alley. I know firsthand that Allison is one of the most intentional and heartfelt thought-leaders of our time. We recently spent some time together discussing tough topics, such as:
  • How to lead through hard times
  • Her 2-year succession period with former Compassion Canada's President & CEO, Barry Slauenwhite
  • Whether or not the child sponsorship method actually works
  • The importance of balancing work, ministry and family

Click the video below to join in on my conversation with Allison (and see below for an awesome free personal or group study as a gift from Compassion!).

Have you ever considered how our vision might change if God gave us His eyes to see the world around us?

Eyes to See, a resource from Compassion Canada, invites you to journey deeper to view the world as God sees it, get to the root of poverty and become part of the solution.

Allison Alley spearheaded the Eyes to See project: a unique, six-week group study, that will allow you, and those you lead, to deepen an understanding of a missional mindset, in a practical way. Looking for a great resource to journey through as you begin 2020? Eyes to See is available for free online by Compassion Canada.

Click the picture to the left to download of Eyes to See e-book