Building businesses that integrate faith, work, and higher purpose.


 

cdThere is a lot of talk these days about building businesses that are successful while also creating social value, with organizations like Conscious Capitalism and the Shared Value Initiative leading the way.  A number of business leaders believe this is best accomplished by building what some call “kingdom businesses,” i.e., businesses that honor the Biblical doctrine of work and its higher purpose.  Today we’re joined by Kelly Leonard, the President and CEO of Taylor-Leonard Corporation, a local, woman-owned training, business development, and IT consulting business.  She’s also the author of an e-book on networking; the host of the Small Business University TV program airing in Montgomery County; and a representative of Nehemiah Project Ministries, an organization dedicated to building and equipping kingdom businesses.  Kelly joins us to talk about her heart for promoting higher purpose in business and also for helping women and couples in their personal and professional lives.

Leadership Montgomery SELECTS KELLY LEONARD for Class of 2017

Rockville, MD – Kelly Leonard, CEO, Taylor-Leonard Corporation has been selected to join the 2017 Core Class of Leadership Montgomery. A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, Leadership Montgomery’s mission is to educate, inspire, convene, and connect current and emerging leaders to advance Montgomery County. Through a series of monthly, interactive sessions, participants have a unique opportunity to increase their understanding of the complex social and economic issues facing Montgomery County and the region.

 

Press Release

A Video Conversation with Kelly Leonard – Interviewed by Edwin Warfield

Kelly Leonard on Small Business University at the 2015 Monty Awards

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